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- Pairing up Woodlore's Cedar Shoe Fresh Inserts with athletic or casual shoes is the natural way to keep shoes dry and comfortable.
- Kiln-dried cedar chips packed in breathable cotton bags absorb moisture up to twice their weight.
- Fresh cedar scent neutralizes embarrassing odors.
- One size fits all.
- Sold in pairs.
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The goal at Woodlore is to build a reputation for quality that is as strong as the wood used in Woodlore products. Woodlore klin dries lumber to a precise moisture content, carefully controlling humidity levels throughout the manufacturing process to prevent cracking and warping. Fine sanding gives every surface a silken finish. Only the heaviest gauge brass-plate hardware is used to ensure extra durability. Such uncompromising standards bring out the lasting beauty of Woodlore´s natural cedar products.
Woodlore also understands the importance of preserving the environment for future generations. Therefore, Woodlore practices selective cutting, which allows aromatic cedar to grow faster than it is harvested. Woodlore follows manufacturing techniques designed to waste as little as possible. Also, all Woodlore packaging is both recycled and recyclable.
Woodlore Cedar Shoe Fresh Inserts
The Woodlore cedar shoe fresh inserts are an amazing item. They fit perfectly in any shoe and emit a nice cedar smell. They work great on absorbing odor, are easy to use and can be transported to and from sports in a gym bag. I would highly recommend purchasing these inserts. What a great invention!
- Anonymous - customer
- from Illinois
- October 18, 2012
- Robert M - customer
- from Phoenix
- November 4, 2004