Don't screw your shoes with bad shoe trees

Don't screw your shoes with bad shoe trees

Shoe trees are commonly used to keep your shoes in shape while they dry up after a day of wearing. Putting the shoe trees into the shoes is very important and should be done on a regular basis. Cedar wood , which is the material used to make shoe trees, absorb moisture readily and also does a good job of controlling odour. 

There are many shoe trees available out there in the market but one should be really careful when making a purchase for the right shoe trees. In some instances, the shoe trees can actually cause the shoe more damage.

Due to the unusual shape of this particular shoe tree, the waist area of the shoe is extended and protrudes outward. Over a long period of time, the leather will stretch to form an awkward bump which may be difficult to fix. 

Ideally, the shape of the shoe tree should follow closely to the shape of the shoe. When choosing shoe trees, make sure they fill up around the vamp areas relatively well and remember to always check to see if there are any unnecessary bumps protruding outward.