expired Charles Tyrwhitt Site Wide 10% Discount Including Free Delivery (No Min Spend). Eg Shoe Tree for $35.10 Delivered

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Anyone who has a good pair of shoes will know that you need a decent shoe tree to go along with it.
I've been on the lookout for a shoe tree at a reasonable price and I found myself the CT shoe tree which looks to have reasonable reviews.
Use the coupon code to get 10% off and free delivery.

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    Why do I need a shoe tree? Genuinely curious

    • +5 votes

      Our feet sweat throughout the day, and the leather and lining of our shoes absorb all that moisture. This can cause the lining to rot, your shoes to stink, and the leather to crack over time, thereby ruining expensive footwear.

      A shoe tree holds a shoe in its proper shape so it dries out correctly, and keeps the leather from cracking by wicking away moisture. The absorbent wood also helps dry out the lining of shoes so that they don’t rot from the inside out.

      Long story short: Shoe trees are a whole lot cheaper than a new pair of nice shoes, and will keep your current pair in excellent condition for years.

      https://www.businessinsider.com.au/do-i-need-shoe-trees-2014...

      • +1 vote

        This holds true for a pair of shoes that cost a fortune and you expect to own and a look after for a number of years. But for most cheaper shoes they will never get to the point if cracking. Whether it helps with odour is another question but I've never had an issue with foot odour 😀

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    Wouldn't scrunched up newspaper do the trick?

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      I dont think scrunched up newspapers would help retain the shape of the shoes, but you're welcome to try.

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      I think scrunched up newspaper will do the trick to hold shape but these help absorb moisture.

      Personally I like shoe trees in my good shoes I wear occasionally. In shoes I wear rarely I just use newspaper after I've aired them.

    • +1 vote

      "When shoes aren't being worn they quickly begin to lose their shape. Shoe trees hold the original shape of your shoes and keeps them from creasing and even cracking. Additionally, if a shoe is not worn for a long period of time it can actually shrink, shoe trees prevents this. Finally, everyone's feet perspire and that moisture can cause the leather lining to deteriorate. Cedar naturally absorbs this moisture plus its fresh aroma helps eliminate any odor".

      Newspaper won't maintain the shape. You'll see old shoes that haven't had trees in them begin to point up at the ends. They look terrible. Spending extra for trees sucks but it keeps them looking good and increases their life.

  • +3 votes

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    Good price.

    I bought a pair to see what they are like.

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    Can one use this contraption to stretch shoes a bit bigger?

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      They may ever so slightly. I know these are adjustable but I'd imagine their L size, for example, would be a tighter fit and therefore bigger chance of stretching a UK10 shoe than a UK10.5 or 11.

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      Google stretching shoes in the freezer. Essentially zip lock bags full of water in the shoes, freezing causes expansion. Currently got a pair in there now

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    Can anyone recommend shoe trees for good leather boots?

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    Bought 2 thanks Op!

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    Thanks just bought one!

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