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FootFitter 2-Way Shoe Stretcher Premium Professional


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Men's Large (US 11.5 - 13.5) Sizing info  |  How it fits: As expected
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  • Beech Wood
  • Stretches Length & Width, 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Single Shoe Stretcher Only! Comes With Packet of 3 Bunion/Corn Plugs
  • Available in 4 Sizes for Men, 3 Sizes for Women, Can Be Used for Right & Left Shoes
  • Made of Premium Beech Wood, 14 Holes for Pressure Point Relief
  • Comprehensive Instructions, Made in Germany
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Product Description

The FootFitter Premium Professional 2-Way Shoe Stretcher transforms any pair of shoes for men or women into perfectly fitting, comfortable shoes. Don't spend weeks breaking in new shoes! With this product, your shoes can be stretched both in width and length, to a certain degree. The front and back section are made of highly polished beech wood, and all the mechanical parts are constructed from stainless steel with nickel plating. This outstanding product can be used for years to come. For the highest class of shoe stretchers, try the FootFitter Premium Professional 2-Way Shoe Stretcher today! **THESE STRETCHERS ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR USE IN WIDE OR NARROW WIDTH SHOES.

  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #713 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    Overall, the product is made very well.
    Lynn Wallich
    I love that you can stretch both the toe width and length of the shoe at the same time.
    Sunnydee
    I purchases the small size for a size 7 shoe.
    P. Adams

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    115 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Josephine on December 26, 2007
    Size Name: Women's Medium (US 7 - 9)
    I have at least 4 pairs of shoes that were great when I tried them on in the store, but I haven't been able to wear them with comfort for any more than 2 hours at a time. I bought this shoe stretcher and it has worked wonders! It has the most flexibility of any product on the market, stretching side to side, forward and back, and at pressure points. I'm a teacher and I highly recommend it to anyone who is on their feet a lot, or looking to break in good leather shoes!
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    195 of 202 people found the following review helpful By D. Alexander TOP 100 REVIEWER on January 12, 2011
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    I bought this stretcher on the assumption that I would never have to buy another. That seems not to be the case. Superficially, it feels like a professional-quality piece. Large, heavy, smooth wood, big metal parts. Only the small plastic bunion attachments seem cheap and sparse in number.

    I used this unit to stretch two pairs of men's dress shoes, both size 12. The first pair was inexpensive, around $50, with rubber soles, and fit modestly well. The second pair was $125, very stiff, leather soled, and much higher quality, though perhaps a half-size too small. I drenched the inside and outside of both sets of shoes with rubbing alcohol before employing this shoe stretcher on each shoe for two days. Each time, I tightened the stretcher until it would no longer turn. The force to achieve this did not feel unreasonable and required no awkward positions or histrionics.

    The result: the cheap shoes stretched a half-size in width. Where my pinkie toes would go numb before, they no longer do if I wear thin dress socks. The expensive shoes stretched very little, if at all. They were tight. They are tight. Realistically, further stretching would require much more force for much longer.

    I could deal with that if the stretcher was reusable, but the threading of the main screw has begun to curl. The screw no longer threads smoothly. Tightening it for another use would probably ruin it. For what it cost to have this single wooden foot shipped, that's just not reasonable. I've sent a message to the vendor for a refund or replacement. I'll update this with their response.

    UPDATE:

    I've added back one star for customer service.
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    107 of 112 people found the following review helpful By The End on December 29, 2012
    Size Name: Women's Large (US 9.5 - 12) Verified Purchase
    I broke my tibia/fibula at my right ankle a few years ago. Now, that foot is a bit larger than my left. For shoes that fit like a glove on my left foot, they're a bit too small on my right foot. OR I recently made the mistake of buying AA shoes.

    I've used the shoe stretcher three times, and it hasn't broken! Other ones usually broke after two uses.

    Now, this is going to sound strange, but it really helps if you *read the directions*. That sounds like a no-brainer, but I figured that you insert in shoe and twist, right?

    First of all, you need to pretreat it. Spray with a shoe stretcher spray (I had some left over from when I had to stretch a boot) or spray/rub generously with isopropyl alcohol. The isopropyl alcohol.is what is in the little bottle of shoe stretcher spray, which costs $5. If you run out of shoe stretcher spray, you can fill the bottle with isopropyl alcohol. Be sure to use 70%; 90% can be flammable.

    So you pre-treat it, and place shoe in front of space heater/on heat register for about half an hour. The heat makes the leather more pliable and helps stretch leather/suede. Next, spray liberally with more alcohol inside/outside shoe, insert shoe stretcher, twist the mechanism at the end clockwise to stretch the shoe wider, and twist the disk counter-clockwise to stretch the heel.

    Leave there for 48 hours, occasionally spraying with the alcohol.

    When removing the stretcher, you have to alternately twist the handle at the end and the disk. Twist the handle counter-clockwise; the disk, clockwise. You don't just twist the handle at the end counter-clockwise and the shoe falls off. You have to play with the disk a bit, tightening and loosening, as you unwind the handle at the end.
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    64 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Ivy J. Frazier on July 31, 2008
    Size Name: Men's Medium (US 9 - 11) Verified Purchase
    It did stretch my shoes slightly. It your foot pain is across the top of your foot, you probably want the other type of stretcher, I think it's called a 'vamp stretcher', otherwise this one will probably help.
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    31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By JK on December 21, 2011
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    I had high hopes for this product. I have a few pairs of shoes that fit generally well but have some pressure points. After reading the reviews, I decided to take the plunge. I wear a men's 7, so I bought a small. Seeing as how the small is supposed to fit 5-8.5, the stretcher should fit perfectly, right?

    WRONG. The stretcher is WAY too big. If you have reasonably nice shoes (I tried the stretcher on a pair of Allen Edmonds), the waist of the shoe is narrower than the toe box to follow the natural contours of the foot. The stretcher would not even go halfway into my shoe; it would get stuck at the waist. The issue is that the front portion is simply too long. As a consequence, the stretcher, towards the middle, is simply too wide to pass through the waist of the shoe into the toebox where, I'd imagine, most people need stretching. For the sake of comparison, look up a pair of shoe trees and see how much larger the front portion of the stretcher is than that of a shoe tree.

    I guess I could try a woman's small/medium or something. But I would not recommend you buy this product unless you can handle it personally at a brick & mortar store. Either that, or Amazon could update the description to include the actual dimensions of the product.
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