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shoe trees for all shoes and sneakers
Shoe trees for dress shoes and sneakers come in a variety of materials. They are made from simple wood, red cedar, plastic and in a wide range of sizes. Each shoe tree has a specific function for a particular need or situation.
Wooden shoe trees are made up of 3 parts. The three parts of the shoe tree stretch the leather as it dries. By stretching the leather, the shoe trees delay the formation of creases. They also prevent your shoes from deforming. The purpose of the shoe trees is to keep your shoes in their original shape and dry without odour.
For your boots, there are suitable solutions. These include shoes trees for boots which are easy to put on to prevent the top of the boot from sagging.
Sizes range from 5 to 12 to fit all your shoes.
Shoe trees made of cedar wood
The red cedar wood shoe tree absorbs moisture from your shoes after a day. Our team advises you to put your shoe trees on after a day and before storing them in your wardrobe. You'll find your shoes fresh the next morning.
Moisture absorption keeps your shoes dry and odour-free. And your wardrobe.
Red cedar wood is known for its ability to absorb moisture. By absorbing moisture, your shoes will dry faster and prevent unpleasant odours from forming. What's more, the perforations in the shoe tree allow moist air to reach the heart of the wood.
So shoes can be worn several times a week.
Raw wood shoe trees
Raw wooden shoe trees are suitable for mens' shoes, sneakers, womens' shoes and high heels. They come in two or three parts to adapt to different shoe shapes.
The two-piece shoe trees are easy to use, as only the spring makes them easier to fit.
The raw wood used in the shoe trees shown is beech. Untreated beech wood is able to absorb moisture from your shoes because it is not varnished.
High heel shoe trees are only suitable for shoes and boots with heels between 7 and 9 centimeters. They follow the shape of the shoe to apply sufficient pressure to limit creasing.
Varnished wooden shoe trees
Varnished wood is the opposite of untreated wood or red cedar. Varnished wood is beech. It is less able to absorb moisture and odours than red cedar wood.
The varnished beech wood keeps the shape of your leather shoes. The varnish makes it easy to slide into the shoe. Its smooth, rounded shape helps the leather to adhere better to the inside of the shoe. The leather retains its tone.
Plastic Unisex Shoe Stretcher
Plastic shoe trees are an alternative to wooden shoe trees. The plastic makes them lightweight without compromising the strength of the spring. They're the ideal accessory for travelling.
They're foldable, so you can easily slip them between your belongings. When unfolded, they perform the same function as a wooden shoe tree.
The front part fills the gaps to stretch the leather, while the spring stretches the shoe. Plastic shoe trees keep your shoes in shape when you're on the move. They slow down the sagging of your shoes during your journey.
They fit all your city shoes: shoes, sneakers, etc.
Moccasin and High Heels Shoe Trees
For shoes with heels, ballet flats or even moccasins, the team recommends using foam shoe trees. The same goes for sandals and barefoot pumps.
Its small shape makes it easy to carry. You can easily use it at home in your heels.
They consist solely of a foam front section that sinks into the top of the shoe. They keep the shape of the front part of the shoe.
Expanding foam fills all the spaces in the shoe. It exerts sufficient pressure on the leather. This pressure reduces the unsightly walking creases that can form over time.
Shoe lasts are not traditional shoe trees. They are used as an accessory to loosen the leather of your shoes. By loosening the leather of your shoes, you gain a few millimeters of comfort.
Its shape, similar to that of a shoe tree, allows it to slip into the shoe. The knob moves the two parts of the last to work on the leather.
Use as a complement to shoe softeners.
Our recommendations for using shoe trees
The importance of shoe trees in preserving your shoes should not be underestimated. Shoemakers recommend this accessory to protect all your shoes, including sneakers, from the ravages of time. By reducing wear and tear, your shoes will last longer.
They are suitable for all shoe materials, whether leather or suede.
Shoe trees can be used as a supplement to regular shoe care to keep your shoes in tip-top condition. For example, you can nourish the leather with shoe cream. This will help smooth out creases caused by walking.
See our "Tips & Videos" to find out how to choose your shoe trees, which sizes to choose, how to use them and how long to use them for.
Shoe trees remove moisture from your shoes. To complete this action, remember to use waterproof spray for shoes, especially on suede shoes or sneakers.
To keep you feeling fresh and dry, our team advises men to wear Scottish yarn socks.