(based on 43 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Feels full size too small
Feels half size too small
Feels true to size
100% (12 reviews)
Feels half size too big
Feels full size too big
Feels too narrow
Feels true to width
91% (10 reviews)
Feels too wide
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from Houston, TX
Comments about Shoe Stretcher:
1. Spray oil on plastic threads before use to make cranking easier.2. May need work glove to crank more comfortably.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Would purchase again
from Lawrenceburg, IN
About Me Diabetic
Works great to keep pressure on a tight pair of shoes worn by a diabetic
from brooklyn ny
I was completely satisfied
from Indianapolis, IN
it is a shoe stretcher, it did the job
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Bought these and used daily for a couple of weeks. They worked to stretch a stiff pair of leather loafers. Unfortunately the plastic parts aren't strong enough to endure the usage I needed.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
would buy again
from interlachen fl
About Me Athletic
Shoe stretches both ways. Plastic washer needs to be medal. Plastic washer is not strong enough to withstand stretching shoe longer
SHOE STRETCHER WORKS WELL
By JOHNNY ELDER
from LONGS, SOUTH CAROLINA 29568
THIS SHOE STRETCHER WORKS VERY WELL. IT HAS BUMP ATTACHMENTS THAT CAN BE APPLIED TO THE RIGHT POINTS TO GIVE YOU RELIEF. IT CAN MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD IN MAKING EITHER NEW OR OLD SHOES COMFORTABLE. I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM TO ANYONE.
Not quite as big as expected.
By Granny the best
About Me Retired
Needed to stretch some work boots. It didn't open far enough.
Would buy these again.
By golfing nana
from Summerfield, Fl.
Bought these for my hubby. He said they worked great.
By Vic the model ship model builder.
from Portola Valley, California
The shoe stretchers work. I used isopropyl alcohol to soften the leather before inserting the stretcher into the shoe. These stretchers saved me hundreds of dollars by making it possible for me to use shoes that were too tight. I recommend these useful tools.