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More than just a handsome bureau-top accessory, a shoehorn is a necessary tool for proper care of your footwear. From lace-ups to loafers, you’ll find yourself using this every day—and saving the heels of your shoes in the process.
it takes more time to use than its worth!
be a man use your fingers to get your shoes on
This is a basic shoehorn, but it is somewhat inconveniently wrapped in leather. While this makes it look nice, it cause my socks to stick to it. Basically they get bunched up at the back of my shoes, because of the leather. I have a metal shoe horn that works better because of the lack of leather.1
The shoe horn looks nice but I really don't have need for one1
It's a shoehorn with vinyl faux leather glued onto it. Has an odd chemical smell. The outside edge is covered with some lumpy tan-colored epoxy that makes it look like a failed summer camp arts & crafts project. I wouldn't even re-gift this thing.1
dont need a shoehorn right now!! but will keep it for the future..2
I found this to be a pretty interesting product. I have never owned a shoehorn before, but now I have one. It makes me feel pretty flashy and sophisticated, so if for no reason other than that it's worth having one I suppose.3
I don't use shoehorns, so this product isn't something that I see myself getting much use out of, but I did like the size of it - perfect for travel.
Honeslty, I didn't know people still used shoehorns. At least people under 50. It looks and feels cool, but I don't know when I'll ever use it.3
Works just fine as a shoehorn. Not made out of real leather. I give this five stars for utility, 3 stars on quality of materials.3
Has been useful in helping me put on my winter boots. Don't know how much of a need I will have for it during the other seasons though.3