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.
Reviewed by JD from Midwest on Tuesday, October 11, 2011
These do trick of keeping the shoes shape, even if the springs and runners aren't the smoothest. This doesn't feel like a defect, but sometimes it seems it should be easier. Also, the cedar smells great.
Reviewed by Just Another Nameless Person from Iowa on Thursday, September 8, 2011
I was at the end of the sizing range and ordered up a size, glad I did-- the suggested size was too lame (I'm a 13M and went up a size to the 13W-17). It takes a bit of practice to get to get placed properly, but once learned it's quick, effective, and a real bargain. You can both clean and polish your shoes far better with these in place.
Reviewed by Robert in LA from Los Angeles on Saturday, April 16, 2011
The quality of these is only so so. They are adequate for shoes kept in storage for long periods (e.g formal dress shoes seldom worn). If they are going to be used on a more frequent basis the tendency of the mechanism to stick is a nuisance, and may lead eventually to failure of the spring system.