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- 12 ultra-sharp nails easily penetrate soil with less force
- No assembly required! Simply Insert your foot into the spiked shoe, and adjust the straps as needed
- Helps build a healthy root system and alleviates soil compaction in heavy foot traffic areas
- Made of sturdy plastic with woven straps to hold up against frequent outdoor use
- Economical way to ensure your lawn absorbs the air, water and nutrients it needs to thrive!
- Sturdy plastic base with woven plastic straps
- Twelve 2-inch spikes with bolts
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Your lawn needs a lot more than just water. Make sure it’s getting the air, light and nutrients it needs with a proper aerating system. Our Giant Spiked Shoes are perfect for any shoe size and can be used while you maintain your garden or mow the lawn, the process is really that easy! We’ve designed these spiked shoes for your convenience. There’s zero assembly required, and they’re constructed of sturdy plastic and non-corrosive 2” spikes. When it comes to growing a beautiful lawn, achieve professional results at the fraction of the cost with the Bond Giant Spiked Shoes.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Another reviewer said the plastic base broke. I measured, it is 1/4 inch, hard plastic. I'm 140 pounds and didn't have any problems, although maybe a heavier person would. Also, the spikes themselves are super thick and affix to the plastic with nuts. Except for the straps, which are cheapy, these are very solidly built.
Another reviewer reported that he couldn't walk in them, well, that's not a problem with the way this product is made. You are pushing thirteen 2" spikes per shoe into the ground -- yea, your feet are going to get stuck. Don't try to mow the lawn while wearing things, you are asking for a twisted ankle. Using these is fairly hard work, but since when have gardeners been afraid of that?
I felt I had to write an extensive review of this product because I almost missed out. A couple of the reviewers pointed out that their lawns really did look better, and with the size of these spikes, I don't doubt they do a great job. Tweak the straps, use them the way they are intended, and they are a great deal.
This pair seems somewhat better. The first thing I notices is that one of the straps was threaded upside down. If you don't have this kind of clasp oriented right, it will never stay tight, so I had to pull it out and turn it over to get it in the right order.
Once I did that, they really weren't bad at all. I think the optimum would be to wear boots and maybe get another small army strap or two to really get them on tight. Once you have them on tight where they have nowhere to go, they are ten times better than stepping on one of those aerator tools. I just walked around my whole backyard with them and I was really pleasantly surprised. One time one slipped off my foot because of the suction, but like I said, figure out a way to get them on a pair of boots really tight, and you'll love them.
One other point. After walking around on them for awhile I discovered a technique that makes them much easier to use: Heel down first, then flatten your foot to the toe, then lift the toe first and then the heel. I know it's not normal to walk that way, but it comes out of the ground easier.
Of course they are harder to use than a machine, but I am also getting a bit of a workout and the of course were MUCH cheaper. You gotta put in the elbow grease if you don't want to put in the cash for something easier.
I feel like rolling my eyes at most of the one star reviews.