- Genuine Hardwood
- For shoes with heels between 1.5" - 3". Perfect for Pumps and other High Heels.
- Comes with two Pressure Relief Plugs
- Fits left or right shoe
- All metal and wood components
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FootFitter High Heel Shoe Stretcher, Women's
A heeled shoe can put some pep in your step. Don't risk that confidence with painful shoes! The FootFitter Women's High Heel Shoe Stretcher is made to widen shoes and reduce the sometimes painful break-in period. It also goes above and beyond by helping widen the shoe's toe box, reducing friction and relieving pressure from toes for longer shoe wear.
Made To Last:
FootFitter Women's High Heel Shoe Stretcher is made to last:
- All mechanical parts are made from sturdy Stainless Steel
- Threaded center rod allows for smooth operation
- Toe block is crafted from premium rubber wood
- Features 4 holes for customizable pressure relief plugs
The FootFitter Women's High Heel Shoe Stretcher features an arch designed to fit high heeled shoes between 1 and 3 inches. This arch allows the stretcher to reach the toe box of the shoe with ease. At your desired width, the stretcher can eliminate trouble points in the toe box, which are often noted as sore toes, rubbing on joints, or blisters.
This stretcher is not suitable for use in boot style shoes.
This stretcher is not suitable for use in shoes with heels above 3".
Sizing and Fit:
FootFitter Women's High Heel Shoe Stretcher is available in 3 sizes:
- Women's Small fits U.S. shoe size 4.5-6
- Women's Medium fits U.S. shoe size 6.5-8
- Women's Large fits U.S. shoe size 8.5-11
FootFitter Women's High Heel Shoe Stretcher is sold as a single stretcher. Its design allows it to fit the left and right shoe.
FootFitter Women's High Heel Shoe Stretcher includes two metal pressure relief plugs for customizable comfort.
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- ASIN: B000PS11J6
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 24, 2007
- Average Customer Review:
Top customer reviews
Even upon arrival I knew this stretcher was different, it was packaged nicely in a box and had more heft to it than others I have tried. All of the inner workings are metal (as opposed to a metal screw and plastic parts others have) and the wood is solid. Even the bunion attachments are made of metal and they are bigger than the ones that came with other stretchers.
I've stretched two pairs of shoes successfully so far. The only downside is that I only have one stretcher so it takes twice as long but I'll probably end up buying another so I can stretch pairs together.
So far this stretcher has been great and I am optimistic that it won't join the shoe stretcher graveyard that all the others have. FWIW I bought all the other stretchers from Amazon and they had a myriad of issues - the screw became unaligned in one, one fell a few feet and all of the plastic parts shattered, one fell apart completely.
Note: the shoes I was stretching were patent leather. There is mixed advice about using stretchers on patent leather, but I just gradually increased the spread on the stretcher over the course of about a week for each shoe, and didn't have any problems at all!
Note: If you have the time to alternate between shoes, you'll only need to purchase one stretcher,
Hope this helps!!!
Does she wear them out once to dinner, and then you watch as you are taking them out in the Disable Veterans donation bag never to be seen again?
Buy this......stretch the foot bed of the heel. These do run big. They will work on heels higher than 4" but need modification. Buy the bigger size use your belt sander and make the toes pointy to fit the point toe heels. I bought two of these so I can stretch one pair at the same time, same amount of time, and same amount of stretch....
I am a hero now......wish I would have known about these years ago.
I have several pairs of shoes, that i have been unable to wear since they are too tight on my feet (i have very wide feet). Since i got the shoe stretcher about a month ago i have been able to stretch about 7 pairs of shoes and they fit so comfortably now. Though I do use the "kiwi shoe stretcher spray" with my shoe stretcher. I bought the spray from Academy (for about $3), the ones sold on Amazon are a lot more expensive and some even charge you for shipping. Note: It took me several days (3 to 4) to stretch each pair of shoe to comfortably fit me but remember i have very wide feet and i had to increase the width of the stretcher to accomodate my feet after the first try.
Anyway as far as the sizes go, i am a size 8.5 and i got the stretcher for sizes 6.5 - 8.5, so it is perfect but i would recommend that if you are size 9 you should also get the 6.5 - 8.5 because the shoe strecher is very bulky. If you have pointy shoes and you get the bigger size you will not be able to get the shoe stretcher all the way in.
In terms of durability, i have only had the shoe stretcher for one month but it seems sturdy. Even if my stretcher breaks right now, i will know that i have got my moneys worth from it.
The only complaint i have about this shoe stretcher is the fact that it is expensive. There are other high heel shoe stretchers on amazon, that are almost half the price but they dont have as many reviews and they are from a different vendor so I was reluctant to purchase those shoe stretchers.