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- Made from High Quality 7.5" Short Stainless Steel
- Perfect for Traveling and Storage Double Sided / Reversible Shoehorn for Large, Medium, to Smaller Feet
- Wide Mouth End for Sturdy and Easy Usage
- Perfect Angle for Sliding Feet Into Shoes
- Silver Spoon Aid – Shoehorn For Men, Women, Children, Seniors, and the Elderly
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The Perfect Reversible Shoehorn That Fits All Feet Size
High Quality Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Metal Shoehorn
A good shoehorn has one purpose and one purpose only and that's to make putting on your shoes a breeze without a fuss. The Shacke 7.5" does just that by offering a reversible metal shoehorn that will fit most, if not all, feet size. Made from a high quality durable stainless steel it is the perfect size to fit in the palm of your hand yet small enough to take with you while you’re travelling. Our shoehorn has the perfect tilted angle to make putting on your shoes or boot with ease.
Shack 7.5 Inch Shoe Horn Overview:
-Made From High Quality Durable Stainless Steel Metal
-Wide Mouth to Help Slip Into Your Shoes With Ease
-Perfect Tilted Angle That Has Been Proven To Be The Best For a Shoehorn
-Ideal for Assisted Mobility and Seniors
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- ASIN: B07BLNNZPL
- Date first listed on Amazon: August 5, 2015
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doesn't look like picture - edges are poorly finished (as stamped edge) not rounded and soft like picture
see photo attached of unfinished sharp edge - poor
so it will cut into or damage leather
WAY too wide where it goes into the shoe (see pictures) so when you force your foot into the shoe it presses the horn back into the heel cup and scrapes hard against the leather edges scratching the finish
almost twice as wide as my old horn and definitely not cupped enough - way too flat - should be tighter radius to closely match the heel cups of shoes
"double sided" you say? well the small end is even too flat and sharp - and because it is so tapered the end gets stuck in the shoe after you insert your foot - then you try to extract the horn and it cuts at the shoe while the wider end struggles to be set free
You *could* get a plastic Shoe Horn and jam your Costco socks into some DSW loafers. And there's a time and a place for that (college or just starting out).
But at some point you're going to buy some proper big-boy shoes whose back you're not going to want to bend or mar. And you're going to buy some real socks made from the fur of animals that has been beautifully spun into socks by the nimble fingers of competent weavers. When that happens, you're not going to have a plastic-injected shoe horn that was loaded up in some giant shipping crate that flimsily gets the job done. Nor are you going to want something obscenely opulent like a $500 gold shoe horn or a priceless ivory shoe horn (killers of elephants are evil and will be punished in the afterworld).
So what's the happy medium? THIS, THE, SHACKE METAL SHOE HORN.
First it's metal which means that it's not going to bend. It's going to be there to take your proper, hard-working heel and slide it into the shod ecstasy of your shoes. When you hold it, you really feel the heft. In a pinch, you could defend yourself with it in the matter of a truncheon. But let's not focus on that because we're civilized shoe-wearers here. When you slot the SHACKE METAL SHOE HORN into your shoe your heel slides right down the trough as your toes explore the tips of your wingtips. Pulling it out is a snap, you just pull it out and *snap* it's out.
Second, The Shoe Horn also has a hole at the end so you can put it on a hook in your closet. I did that. It's discreet, but easy to reach.
The only drawback of this shoehorn is that if you do use my hook method, you might groggily drop the shoe horn on your foot. I did that. Only use when you can properly observe safety protocols.
Well, it lets my foot go into the shoe, so "Fit as expected" I guess
For how long can you wear them comfortably?
Depends. If I go out in public with these on, people start looking at me funny and I'll start getting uncomfortable. If I stay inside though, I can wear them all day.
How did the width of these shoes fit?
Considering it doesn't reach the width of my foot, "too narrow". It's best to wear these under another pair of shoes. It will just fall off without them. Flip flops might work, but I don't recommend it.
Do these shoes provide good arch support?
With a lot of electricity, and I mean a lot, I can get some good arcs coming out of this thing. And before someone ask, no I did not try to microwave it. It may generate arcs, but it might also set fire to the house. Be smart people.
This show horn works well. I got metal because my old plastic one broke. This one looked durable and is compact enough to carry. Also the smallness doesn't draw as much attention when I wear them outside.