The KevenAnna Premium Professional 2-way Wooden Shoe Trees are so much nicer, and easier to use, that all the ways my mother tried to stretch our shoes 55-60 years ago. In England, we had very little money when I was young, and my mother would try to stretch our shoes to last another few months.
Now I don’t have to do that, but do have shoes that pinch, or are not wide enough for me. I have had surgeries on my feet, and bones removed from my big toes.
These are so easy to use, and come with a one page instructional guide, with diagrams. My feet vary in size, and one is a half size bigger than the other one. I either have one shoe slightly loose, or one that pinches my toes.
So I put the wooden shoe tree in the shoe, and screwed it enough to stretch it slightly. I left it in for 24 hours, and then removed it. Very straight forward.
I have to say that the shoe
fits me so much better now. My worrying about buying shoes won’t be a problem in the future.
A little from the Amazon webpage:
‘HOW TO USE:
Your New Two-Way Shoe Stretcher Enables You to STRETHCH Both the Length & Width of a left or right shoe.
For Spot Stretching, simply insert any of the removable ‘Bunion & Corn’ Plugs in the appropriate holes where relief is required.
1) INSERT STRETCHER IN SHOE
Turn plastic handle Clockwise to adjust length.
2) FOR STRETCHING LENGTH
Continue to turn plastic handle Clockwise until you begin to see surface pressure showing on the shoe. DO NOT OVERSTRETCH!
3) FOR STRETCHING WIDTH
Turn metal looped handle in a Clockwise direction until you begin to see surface pressure showing on the shoe. DO NOT OVERSTRETCH!
FOR BEST RESULTS, leave Stretcher in place for at least 24 hours. To REMOVE Stretcher, turn handles Counterclockwise.’
These are good for teenagers, and all the adults in your family. A product you may not use every day, but useful when you do need it.
I received this product for free, and found it worked great, so wanted to share it with you.