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taking care of boots?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dietcookie, Dec 24, 2004.

  1. dietcookie

    dietcookie Senior member

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    With normal shoes, one would use shoe trees to prevent creases, wrinkles and what not. Anything I can do with a pair of boots? I picked up a cheap pair from DKNY and was wondering what can I do?
     


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    AlanC Minister of Trad

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    Shoe trees, or, perhaps, boot trees?
     


  3. dietcookie

    dietcookie Senior member

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    Forgive me, I didn't know there was such a beast. I just didn't think it would work since the boots are so tall, thanks. I feel stupid
     


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    AlanC Minister of Trad

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    Woodlore boot trees It depends on the boot. I have regular trees in my chukkas and they seem to be fine. I probably ought to pick up a pair of actual boot trees, though. Don't worry about asking a question. That's what the forum is for. Enjoy your new boots. Merry Christmas
     


  5. dietcookie

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    I tired putting a pair of normal shoe trees in it but its too big and the back won't zip up. Just gives me another reason to go shopping on sunday I guess [​IMG]
     


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