Where to buy shoe trees?

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  1. Corniche

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    Where to buy shoes trees ther than CedarVille or Woodlore. Those two refused to sell me by being european[​IMG] [​IMG] Thanks
     


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    Didn't somebody buy a ton of cedar pairs at Costco or Sam's for a good deal a while back and pass them off to members here who needed them?
     


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    ebay

    I´"šll see thanks

    Didn't somebody buy a ton of cedar pairs at Costco or Sam's for a good deal a while back and pass them off to members here who needed them?


    I neeeeed [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    Nordstrom Rack, if there is one in your neighborhood, has the best ones. [​IMG]
     


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    Where to buy shoes trees ther than CedarVille or Woodlore.

    Those two refused to sell me by being european[​IMG] [​IMG]

    Thanks


    This seller does overseas deliveries (have no experience of them):

    http://www.onecedarlane.com/


    Cheers
     


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    Go to a shoe store or men's clothing store that carries suits and dress shoes.
     


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    Nordstrom Rack, if there is one in your neighborhood, has the best ones. [​IMG]

    This.

    They're cedar and $13 for the pair. Good enough for all the shoes that don't already have trees. Now when I buy AEs I just buy a pair to match. I figure if I'm dropping $300 for the shoes what's another $25 for trees.
     


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    Thanks!"!
    See this thread.
    Thanks!
    This seller does overseas deliveries (have no experience of them): http://www.onecedarlane.com/ Thanks! Cheers
    Go to a shoe store or men's clothing store that carries suits and dress shoes.
    Hi I order tons of things from the US and never had any stolen. I live in Europe man, not the IV world! Thanks! I like this model Herring Expanding Tree HALF PRICE£19.99(ex. VAT: £17.38)R http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/produc...electedFitID=0 http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/produc...electedFitID=0 No cedar seems. Do you recommend it to me, or it would streech my italian pointed shoes? Canali´s comes with some of their kind, I mean with adjustable sides. I prefer those. Should I get those or the usual ones as those? http://www.onecedarlane.com/detail.p...&catid=2&sort= Thanks guys!
     


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    It's not worrying about stuff being stolen. I just go to the local store for my shoe trees. I find it much easier to just pick them up at the B&M store. The original post didn't indicate a hate for B&M stores.
     


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