Post only in a mature and responsible way that contributes to the discussion at hand. A previous poster suggested a "Boot Jack" to help get them off. Once you have one of these you will wonder why you never got one or two before now. Fallen Fruits Snail Boot Jack is made from cast iron with an aged finish. User s whose posts are determined by Firehouse. I've seen bootjacks made of cast iron, steel, plastic and wood. Anyone who owns a pair of burly work boots, tall and narrow cowboy boots, or spaceman snow boots knows that removing them entails more than just bending over and pulling.
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Sheplers Large Logo Boot Jack
And now, one last plug for our bootjacks…We do personalization and we also do wholesale. Grippy tread on top for stability when anchoring with opposite foot. It's actually an implement that will hold the heel of one boot while the toe of the other boot holds the jack in place. Made from a strong durable plastic which is easy to clean. Lucchese will never share your email address.
Could you start carrying a product not listed here? The combination book jack, boot tray and boot rack of claim 3 wherein the bottom surface has skid pads. I have one suggestion…. The top of the boot tray's base has raised ridges to stabilize the user's boots against slippage and to provide him with additional traction during removal. The combination book jack, boot tray and boot rack of claim 1 wherein the bottom surface has skid pads. Ariat Unisex Boot Jack Black.
During removal of the second boot, the user's unbooted foot is placed into the protected foot box, keeping it dry and out of contact with the ground, the outside of the boots, or any part of the boot jack and boot tray touched or soiled by the boots during their removal. The surface area of the boot tray's broad base is capable of supporting the user's weight during the boot removal process without tipping over on uneven ground or sinking into soft earth surfaces. Descriptions of well-known components and processing techniques may be omitted so as not to unnecessarily obscure the examples of the invention. Thank you for your feedback. Be careful not to drill all the way though! With reference to FIGS.