What's the cheapest / best way to store shoes so that they keep their shape?

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  1. blumnblam

    blumnblam Member

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    Nobody likes dented shoes.

    For my newest pairs I kept any tissue they came with and I just take care of 'em that way.

    But I want all my shoes to maintain that full-ness and never get depressed. How do I ensure this
     


  2. dragon8

    dragon8 Senior member

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    Make sure you purchase shoe trees so they maintain their shape.
     
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  3. pnutpug

    pnutpug Senior member

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    Rub your shoes with Xanax.
     


  4. acidboy

    acidboy Senior member

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    I have a source that supplies me with feet from dead vagrants cut off at the ankles. yeah its kinda hard finding someone my size, which left me no choice but to source premium formaldehyde.
     


  5. AndyMG

    AndyMG Senior member

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    Go with wooden shoe trees. Not that expensive, and far more fragrant than vagrant feet.
     


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    Spend $30 for a pair of cedar shoe trees.
     


  7. herfitup

    herfitup Well-Known Member

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    Or $12 at Nordrom Rack.Or $8 at at JAB buy 1 and get 2 free event.
     


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