Chrome-Knob Shoe Trees 

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Protect and extend your footwear invement with aromatic cedar shoe trees that absorb moisture and preserve shoe shape. Made in the USA.
  • S = 7D to 8 1/2B
  • M = 8D to 10 1/2B
  • L = 10 1/2D to 11 1/2B
  • XL = 11 1/2D to 13B
  • XXL = 12 1/2D to 14 1/2B

2 pair for $74

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Johnston & MurphyCHROME-KNOB SHOE TREES
 
5.0

(based on 4 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Extends shoe life (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Regular maintenance (3)

    Reviewed by 4 customers

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    5.0

    Well worth the purchase price

    By Albert Z

    from Independence, KY

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    This customer has written 2 or more reviews.

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Extends Shoe Life

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Maintains Shape Of Shoe
    • Regular Maintenance

    Comments about Johnston & Murphy CHROME-KNOB SHOE TREES:

    I purchase these trees with every Johnston & Murphy pair of shoes I buy. My oldest set are about 15 years old and they work as well as the newest set purchased about a year ago. They ensure the shape of the shoe is maintained. Just slip them in and let them protect your investment. Just like the shoes, you can not go wrong with this purchase.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    nice trees, well constructed

    By John

    from Northern Virginia

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    This reviewer has received 3 or more helpful votes.

    Pros

    • Knob Is An Added Plus
    • Well made

    Cons

    • Some Small Burrs On Wood

    Best Uses

    • Odor Control
    • Regular Maintenance
    • Travel

    Comments about Johnston & Murphy CHROME-KNOB SHOE TREES:

    I tend to buy shoe trees from the same manufacturer as the shoes I wear. These are great, the tension is perfect to keep shoes true to form and the addition of the small knob make them easy to install/uninstall. The only problem I found was a couple of small burrs on the side that needed to be filed smooth to keep them from rubbing the inside of the shoes. Overall a great product and I will be ordering more for every new pair of Johnston & Murphy shoes I get.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    The Best

    By CJA

    from Beverly Hills, CA

    Pros

    • Extends Shoe Life

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Johnston & Murphy CHROME-KNOB SHOE TREES:

        Have about 4 or 5 of these many of which have lasted nearly 10 years. Quality cedar construction, built to last. The knobs are incredible useful & worth the extra expense.

        (13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Best Shoe Trees on the market

        By Pluckhead

        from Potomac, Md.

        About Me Style Driven

        This reviewer has received 3 or more helpful votes.

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Extends Shoe Life
        • Fit shoes perfectly
        • Protects Shoe

        Cons

        • Not cheap

        Best Uses

        • Regular Maintenance

        Comments about Johnston & Murphy CHROME-KNOB SHOE TREES:

        I like my shoes, and I keep them forever. I have very good shoes that are 40 years old and look new.
        My typical shoes are $400-$1200.
        I've looked at lots of shoe trees, and the best JM model is far superior to anything offered by any other source.

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        • Q:

          Will this item be compatible with a tasselled loafer? I have a pair I'd like to use them in but in reading some of the other questions - I noticed the portion of the shoe tree that protrudes from the top of the vamp portion that you mentioned previously was for the shoe laces on a lace up shoe. Just want to make sure I can use these appropriately or if I need to use the other type of shoe tree for a loafer. Would the chrome knob shoe tree or the cedar shoe trees with the finger grip be more appropriate for that type of shoe?
          Asked on 7/18/2013 by DJ from VA

          1 answer

          • A:

            You can use either tree with the tasseled loafer. The only difference between the two is that the regular cedar shoe trees do not have a chrome knob. The chrome knob trees are spring loaded and the knob helps to pull the tree from the shoe more easily.

            Answered on 7/19/2013 by Community Answer from None
        • Q:

          I am interested in purchasing this shoe tree. I wear size 8 1/2 shoes but I'm not clear if I should buy the small or medium size tree. Could you please tell me the difference between the 8 1/2B which is the small and the 8D which is listed as the medium tree?
          Asked on 2/16/2013 by Gary from United States

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          • A:

            8D is for a wider fit. If you do not wear wide, you can buy the small tree. If you have a wider size, go for the medium.

            Answered on 2/17/2013 by Community Answer from None
        • Q:

          is medium still the correct size for 9 1/2 E?
          Asked on 1/10/2013 by Anonymous

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            Yes it is.
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            Answered on 1/10/2013 by Anonymous
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            Yes

            Answered on 1/10/2013 by Anonymous
        • Q:

          I intend to buy a pair of shoe trees for my Johnson Murphy shoes, how can i tell what size is my shoes? kindly advice.
          Asked on 9/17/2012 by K

          1 answer

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            A:

            The sizes for your shoe trees depends on your shoe size.
            S = 6M to 8N
            M = 8M to 10N
            L = 10M to 12N
            XL = 12M to 14N
            XXL = 14M to 16M

            Answered on 10/3/2012 by Taylor from J&M
        • Q:

          I have a new pair of Rockport leather lace up shoes size 12N. They are a little tight. Should I get the large or the XL if I want to stretch them a little?
          Asked on 3/1/2012 by Anonymous

          1 answer

          • Our Customer Care team will answer any questions you may have about our products.

            A:

            The shoe trees are not meant to stretch a shoe. I would recommend taking them to your local cobbler. They should have the proper tool to stretch them.

            Answered on 3/15/2012 by Heather from J&M
        • Q:

          Will these work on shoes such as the CAMBRICK WING LACE-UP? I just bought two pairs of leather shoes but both of them are "long" and I have not been able to find shoe trees that fit them.
          Asked on 1/11/2012 by Anonymous

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          • Our staff is extra knowledgeable about our product. We created this label to help identify them. Read their reviews to get the inside perspective on our products.

            A:

            Johnston & Murphy always suggests protecting footwear with aromatic cedar shoe trees that absorb moisture and preserve shoe shape. Shoe trees will extend the life of your leather shoes.

            Answered on 1/31/2012 by Thaddeus from J&M Direct
        • Q:

          On the chrome-knob shoe tree pictured, there appears to be a smaller piece of wood affixed to the top of the larger piece. What is that?
          Asked on 1/8/2012 by Anonymous

          1 answer

          • Our Customer Care team will answer any questions you may have about our products.

            A:

            The piece you are referring to is where the shoe laces are located. It helps keep the mold of the shoe.

            Answered on 1/11/2012 by Taylor from J&M
        • Q:

          how can you tell which shoe tree is for right or left foot ???
          Asked on 12/12/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            When using the Chrome-Knob Shoe Trees, one side of the toe bed is thicker than the other. The thickest side will be on the interior of the shoe. For example, if the thickest side is on the left of the shoe tree, that shoe tree will be inserted into the right shoe. For reference, the shoe tree in the picture is for the right foot.

            Answered on 12/14/2011 by Taylor from J & M
        • Q:

          Can these be used for woman's penny loafers? If so what size shoe tree would work for woman's sizes 8.5B-9.0B? Thank you.
          Asked on 12/9/2011 by Anonymous from Manhattan Beach, CA

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            A:

            For a woman's size 8.5B-9B the Chrome-Knob Shoe Trees in a size Small will work.

            Answered on 12/14/2011 by Thaddeus from J&M Direct
        • Q:

          I have a 10.5(M) Cambrick Wingtip. The shoe is a little tight, so what size would I need to stretch them out a little?
          Asked on 10/23/2011 by Anonymous

          1 answer

          • Our Customer Care team will answer any questions you may have about our products.

            A:

            If you live near a J&M store, they will stretch them for free. They will put them on a stretching device for 3-4 days. Your local cobbler should be able to do the same thing.

            Answered on 10/24/2011 by Heather from J&M
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