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Shoe Tree Recommendations

rboman32

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I need to purchase some trees (6 or so) for my ever expanding shoe collection...which now is starting to include some decent shoes that I want to have for a long time....

I wear a size 13 in AE, just for starters of sizing, and have a couple that fit a little looser than that and if there are any fellow big footed guys out there that can point me in the right direction!

Thanks!!
 

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Allen Edmonds do shoe trees, and The Hanger Project, whose link you should be able to find near the top of the page. They both look like they do an 'XXL' size which caters for sizes 13-15...
 

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Grapevinehill's ebay store sells shoe trees for roughly $16 each when you factor in shipping (I got 3 trees for $49 just a couple of days ago). These are Allen Edmonds trees, US made and relabeled with the Grapevinehill logo. I have a half dozen of them and they are excellent.
 

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I use the Neimans ones and love them. The others I've purchased such as woodlore always seem to break or fall apart on me.
 

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If you have a Nordstrom Rack near you they have pretty good shoe trees and I've never had a problem finding ones for shoes up to size 15.
 

rboman32

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Thanks everybody...just picked up some grapevinehill at a great price!!
 

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Originally Posted by sergun
I'd like to recommend:
http://onecedarlane.com/

Great cedar trees at a reasonable price (they are still made in US
)

Yes, the shoe trees from this place are from Rochester. I just bought few recently because they have free engraving available for the holiday.
 

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