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Boot Tree with Boot Shapers 4.4 5 5 5
Boot Shapers Easy to store when not in use. Does the Job!! The price was quite reasonable. October 9, 2013
Terrific value! I've always used rolled up newspaper in my boots, but that didn't hold them open or upright. These shapers do, and they stack nice and thin when not in use. They are all one size thin stiff plastic marked to cut with scissors for medium or smaller height boots. The instructions said to roll and slide them in the front of the boot. I pull up on the boot top to stretch out wrinkles in the boots. The only down side I can think of is when you put these in the front of the boot all the way to the insole, the foot area is blocked off to air circulation. If that's an issue for wet boots, you could put them in not all the way, or put them in the back of the boot instead. The boot tree photo here shows them installed in the back of the boots. It also shows a pair of fleece lined medium high snow boots hanging. They slide right out of mine, despite the rough texture on the shaper. They stay put in my other boots. I don't hang mine, and it's not important to me that I am able to pick them up by the shaper, so that doesn't matter to me. If you want top quality and want to spend a lot, you may be happier with something else. For what I wanted to spend, these are great! February 28, 2013
Love this boot rack The assembly was easy and I have been looking for a way to store my high knee boots for awhile. The enclosed boot shapers are a bit flimsy and hard to get into my long boots but my boots didn't fall out of them like the other reviewer had a problem with. Overall I would definitely recommend the product to others. I'm glad I bought it and shipping was quick. February 18, 2013
Shapers do not hold boots Boot tree is well made. Boots shapers do not suspend even light boots--they fall off. I was disappointed that Improvements did not test this product, apparently. January 17, 2013
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Etra shoe holders for this tree

I was wondering if I could purchase extra shoe holders to slide onto the pole of this shoe and boot tree.
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Thank you for your question. The shoe holders are not sold separately.
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