FootFitter Premium Chrome Plated Shoe Horn with Wooden Handle
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Handy & Practical, Sleek Design
The FootFitter Premium Chrome Plated Shoe Horn with Wooden Handle is a handy and practical foot health device. Use this sleek 11.5-inch shoe horn to help you easily slip into your shoes. Using a shoe horn will help prolong the life of your shoes by keeping the heel counter from breaking down.
Easily Packable & Travel Friendly
The FootFitter Premium Chrome Plated Shoe horn is, thanks to its diminutive size, easily packable and travel friendly. This back-sparing tool also features a wooden handle for a comfortable grip, a convenient hang loop for easy storage, and a chrome-finished spoon for ease of use.
Can Be Paired With Other Footgear
Use this thoughtfully-designed shoe horn in combination with men's or women's foot-healthy footwear to help keep this footwear in optimal condition. The FootFitter Premium Chrome Plated Shoe Horn can also be paired with other essential items, including Correct Toes toe spacers, Injinji toe socks, Strutz foot pads or Pedag metatarsal pads, and Naboso insoles to help round out your collection of natural footgear.
- Length: 11.5 inches
- Back-sparing design
- Chrome-finished spoon
- NFG Certified Product
- Packable and travel friendly
- Sleek, pleasing appearance
- Comfortable wooden handle
- Helps improve shoe longevity
- Makes shoe application easier
- Convenient hang loop for easy storage
- Works great with men's and women's footwear
- Works great in combination with Naboso insoles
- Works great with Correct Toes and Injinji toe socks
- Works great with Pedag met pads or Strutz foot pads
The FootFitter Premium Chrome Plated Shoe Horn with Wooden Handle comes in one size and is 11.5 inches long.
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