Shoe Trees -- Where to buy in-store?

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  1. Inker19

    Inker19 Well-Known Member

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    In my area, the only store I've been able to find that sells shoe trees is Bed Bath & Beyond. All of the major department stores have them as online-only items and don't carry them in store.

    What other major chains stock shoe trees?
     
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    Just buy them online.
     
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    Watch out for the deals at Joseph A Banks.

    Three for one's a pretty good deal and occurs often.
     
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    I haven't seen trees at Costco since they clearanced them a while ago.
     
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    Menelaus Well-Known Member

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    The Container Store sells Woodlore ones
     
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    I saw a pair at a thrift store yesterday... For $14.99!!!

    $13 for a new pair sounds better.
     
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    Inker19 Well-Known Member

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    Could you have made a more useless post?
     
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    One might ask the same about your original question.
     
  11. Cant kill da Rooster

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    I am also confused why you don't want to order online but if you are looking for cheap ones, most cobblers have them. Otherwise AE and BB has decent cedar ones for $20-$25 and if you want to blow the budget try Hanger Project.
     
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    Most places that have split toe cedar shoe trees seem to have the same size chart. My shoe size is between 7.5 and 8.5, really depending on the brand of shoe. This is borderline territory for the Nordstrom (and many others) between small and medium.
    Any idea which one I should get? Will the small be enough to keep the shoe properly supported? Will a medium fit in my shoes? :)
     
  13. sportin_life

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    The regular Nordstrom (non-rack) will carry them during their sales. Most AE and BB stores also have some. But I'm also curious why you don't want to purchase online? Usually they are cheaper and wider selection online...
     
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    BB is having them on sale right now.
     
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