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Boot Jack
Boot jacks have enjoyed great popularity since the 17th century. They enable an easy, comfortable method of removing shoes. This boot jack is made of unlacquered beech and features rubber cushioning and rounded edges to protect leather. more Details
$ 13.90
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Art.-No.: Z73

Boot jack for comfortably and easily removing shoes

Shoes should never be roughly removed. You should especially avoid taking off shoes by inserting one shoe into the heel of the other without first loosening the shoelaces. It is practically impossible to do this without damaging the counter of the shoe being removed, which in turn drastically reduces the durability of the shoe. Ideally, take off the shoes by hand after sufficiently loosening the lacing, or take them off using a boot jack. The latter is a comfortable option, and also particularly helpful for those who experience pain when bending over.

Unlacquered beech boot jack with rounded edges

The boot jack is made of unlacquered beech and does without any sharp edges that could potentially damage shoe leather. Its end is semi-oval to accommodate the shape of the shoe counter, and it also features rubber cushioning to ensure gentle treatment. Six rubber nubs are embedded on the tread of the boot jack—while you take off one shoe, place your other foot on these treats to maintain your balance. Boot jacks are particularly useful for removing snugly fitting boots, which otherwise require a great deal of effort to take off the foot. Boot jacks should be used with caution, though: if they are applied with excessive force, they may dent the shoe counter.

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