Information about Cedarbrooke by Woodlore Combination Cedar Shoe Tree (For Men)
2nds. Throw open your closet door and breathe in the fragrant, forest-fresh scent of cedar. Cedarbrooke shoe trees by Woodlore naturally protect against moths and can be aromatically rejuvenated with light sanding.
Wood is harvested in USA using forest-friendly methods
Reviewed by Princesschecki from Upstate New York on Saturday, April 07, 2012
Here is how I get the best fit of these shoe trees: With two fingers I push on the back of the shoe-tree front - the front slides into the shoe as far as it can go. Then I push in the back wooden part - the front opens to fill the shoe. If you push the tree into the shoe holding the back wooden pa...
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Reviewed by no style without quality from boston on Thursday, December 18, 2014
these are sufficient. not high end; that's a different thing altogether. but given that you can get these for around $12 on average, if you have a lot of shoes, these are the choice. the next step up in quality costs $35. and great shoe trees cost $60-120. so these are a great deal.
Reviewed by Walter the shopper from New York on Tuesday, December 16, 2014
A very low cost item such as shoes trees add years to the life of a pair of shoes. Men's shoes are expensive and this small item will assist in protecting your investments. With every new pair of shoes I purchase, I buy a pair of shoe trees. Sierra Trading Post offers high quality shoes trees at the best available price. Do the research and you'll find most high-end shoe stores selling shoe trees at prices equivalent to a pair of shoes.
I purchased 6 pair of xxl mens size. They were perfect. I did not detect any problems.
Answered on 10/12/2014 9:10:15 PM by Somebodynoz from Sacramento, CA
Hello Carl, In my experience "2nds" have always been defined as a new item that may have a minor flaw. In the case of the Shoe Tree you are interested in the "2nds" aspect doesn't appear to be note worthy. The product arrived beautifully packaged and in pristine condition. Cedarbrooke has made a fine quality item that I can highly recommend. In my opinion these items were more than likely overstocked and not really "2nds". Good luck finding a better shoe tree.
Answered on 10/12/2014 9:44:06 PM by sockconnoisseur from Redding, CA
these shoe trees are brand new, smell nice, I bought a dozen of them and am very pleased with the product and the price
Answered on 10/13/2014 2:45:22 AM by Keith from Hawaii
They are definitely brand new. We've purchased 8 or10 sets of them for my husband's good shoes. Each pr of these shoe trees arrives individually boxed with no signs that the boxes were ever opened. The shoes trees we've received from STP have certainly never been used. I don't know what makes them 2nds. They work correctly and protect his shoes from the damage that leather suffers without the cedar absorbing the moisture as it stretches the leather back into place. No problems using them.
Answered on 10/13/2014 4:03:42 AM by CocoaTime from Oregon
The shoe trees which I received were new. If they were seconds, I did not notice a flaw. They worked as intended and had a strong cedar odor implying that they had not aged significantly since machining.
Answered on 10/13/2014 6:05:47 AM by Southern Boy from Deep South
These are brand new shoe trees. Seconds means there is a defect that prevents the manufacturer from selling as pristine condition. I must admit I saw absolutely nothing I would consider as a defect on the shoe trees I purchased. I intend to buy more.
Answered on 10/13/2014 7:15:54 AM by Jack fromMichigan from Michigan
the ones i received were brand new
'2nds' are pieces that have (typically minor) imperfections, but i can't find anything wrong with the ones i got.
Answered on 10/13/2014 9:18:44 AM by anonymous coward from la area
They are brand new. When an item is listed as a 2nd it means it did not meet the manufacturer's highest quality standards. In many cases it was rejected for a minor flaw, often an imperceptible one. The manufacturer will sell its seconds outside its normal distribution channels. If the manufacturer leaves its brand on its 2nds it will insist the retailers sell them as 2nds. Also, if the brand is left on it is usually, though not always by any means, a pretty good indication that any flaw is a minor one.
! have 25 or so pairs of these shoe trees I ordered from STP. I am well satisfied with them and have no complaints whatsoever. I have yet to find the flaws that caused them to be sold as 2nds. Whatever they are they have not interfered with their functions.
Answered on 10/13/2014 8:13:25 PM by Too Many Shoes from Little Rock, AR
These shoe trees came packaged as brand new. There was no indication that they had even been opened from their original packaging. They are labeled as "2nds" probably from a quality assurance standpoint, but I haven't been able to detect any defects, either visually or functionally.
Answered on 10/14/2014 6:59:26 AM by Nate-The-Great from Maine