- Jun 1, 2012
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Folks... recommendations for good light shoe trees for travel? I suppose most are plastic but are there light weight wood ones?
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maybe add a renovateurAm looking to build up a collection of Saphir products but dont want to buy everything in the same go.
I have a pair of Allen Edmonds Strands in Tan and a pair of black oxfords.
Get i get away with just starting off with Saphir Pommadier polish & Saphir Medaille D'or Pate de Luxe wax in neutral colour rather than buying colour specific ?
I have a similar pair from Cleverley:thanks...they don't look so light. maybe they're hollow!
Very strange, no idea why that might be. Does fit feel comparable to you other Bourton's? I would expect even a 9 shoe tree to fit without problems in a 4444 lasted shoe.On the topic of shoe trees...My new Tricker Kudu Boughtons are size 8.5. My shoes are a mixture of 8.5 and 9.0 - none smaller. I cannot get any of my trees into the new shoes. Even ones taken out of other Boughtons, of the same size, don't get close to fitting in. At the moment, I have the foot parts of some trees, tucked in, with the heel part sticking out. Not ideal but i don't want to force things. Does anyone have any ideas about this? It is not a prob I have had before. Kind regards, Munky