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Read through this post (which is really a post on stuff from Styleforum).
Here the stuff on shoe trees from the link:
Despite the days disappointment, however, all is not lost. Shoes are meant to be worn and this requires an additional, minor Air Jordan 7s expense, and equally minor effort, to ensure that your investment in a high quality shoe is a long term one rather than a short term one.
Actually, despite the analogy above, when a shoe deteriorates, it does so from the inside out. Leather linings are vegetable tanned (meaning Air Jordan DMP they are processed using, among other things, natural extracts that allow the leather to be soft and pliable) and therefore are much more prone to rotting as they do not have the “protection” of the harsher chemicals (Chromium salts, dyes, etc.) that are used in the tanning and finishing of upper leather. Also, most people perspire a great deal from their feet, and the linings and insoles are able to absorb this perspiration.
The main benefit of a WOODEN shoe tree is the quick absorption away from the linings and Air Jordan 13s insoles of this moisture under tension. Without a wooden shoe tree, the linings (and therefore the uppers) would loose this Air Jordan 11s moisture slowly, and contract when the moisture leaves. The shrinking/expanding process that occurs without the use of shoe trees cause the linings to deteriorate much more quickly than they otherwise should. The most popular wood used in the manufacture of shoe trees in the US is Cedar (which is light, absorbs very well and deodorizes) while Birch is most often seen in Europe, as Cedar is not native there. Both work equally well, in my opinion, while metal and plastic are to be avoided. As for design, a split front (the tension is side to side) with a full heel and handle is very versatile, but many options are available. It not that I against them, it just that it a casual look that isn really my style. Before MFA and rawdennim, I did a lot of the dress shoes and jeans bit, or boat shoes, more casually.
After coming onto MFA and rawdenim, I bought my first pair of Clark which I now wear a ton, but that was because they fit a good middle ground for me: dressy enough for work, but also a good casual shoe, Air Jordan 14s where I didn have to make sure that I was wearing a super nice shirt with a blazer to avoid looking like an idiot with dress shoes, jeans and a t shirt.
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