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Lawn Aerator Shoes

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Price: $19.99
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  • Every year our staff of gardening experts pick their top 4 products from our inventory of more than 1,000 different products. These lawn aerating shoes are a member of that very short list.

    Turf grass is one of the only plants in our landscaping that we actively walk on. We use our lawns for lounging, playing, etc. We also have to regularly mow the grass. With all this use and weight, the soil under our lawns gets compacted and becomes less healthy with time. These lawn aerating sandals provide an easy way to revitalize hard compacted soils. Aerating your soil creates passages that allow air, water and nutrients to reach the root system.

    The long spikes on these sandals penetrate deep into the ground, opening up spaces in compacted soil that let your soil breathe. With more air pockets under your turf, the roots will make better use of water and nutrients. This means a greener, healthier lawn.

    These aerator shoes have an obvious advantage over other lawn aerating tools, which makes them a best choice. You use all your body weight to push the spikes into the soil as you walk, making for a carefree experience. No you won't have to carry a heavy tool around your yard to aerate. Now you simply walk normally, and the 26 spikes push into the ground with each step, opening up the soil and exposing the roots to the air they need.

    This great gardening gadget is perfect for older gardeners or for those with problems using heavy tools. Lawn aeration sandals are easy to use.

    Keeping your lawn properly aerated is an important way to keep the grass growing strong. When you buy these spiked shoes for lawns, you can keep your grass healthy.

    Now you can wear these lawn aerator sandals that slip over your shoes when you mow, taking care of two things at once. The lawn aerator shoes take about 10 minutes to assemble.

    Lawn Aerating Sandal Features:

  • Universal fit goes over most any size shoe or boot. Simply adjust the straps for larger shoes.
  • Has twenty 1.25" spikes -- longer than other sandals.
  • Thick footplate for strength.
  • Front toe kick to knock off dirt/grass build-up.
  • Heavy gauge straps stay tight on your foot.




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    Product Reviews

    Average rating is 3
    2.0
    I had such high hopes for these things. Talk about multi-tasking! Thing is, they just wouldn’t stay on! I tried numerous times thinking the straps just aren’t tight enough. But no matter what I did, they kept slipping off. I think it’s an awesome idea, but just not practical. I guess you need to have big feet to use these. I’m about a 6.5. I’m pretty bummed out they don’t work.
    By:  Kristen
    Pasadena0.3
    2.0
    This is a great idea, but it takes some time to get used to walking in them, and then the strap broke. I’m going to try and return them.
    By:  Matt
    Illinois0.3
    1.0
    The following statements from the product description do not apply to anyone with small feet: "universal fit goes over most any size shoe or boot" and "heavy guage straps stay tight on your foot." My feet are a common size (7) and my feet swam in these things. I could not get them to stay on. After two attempts, one with my clunkiest hiking boots, I gave up. They are sitting in my garage, useless. If you are a male with average to large feet, you’re probably fine. Women with average to small feet, don’t waste your money.
    By:  Carol Hanchette
    Louisville, Kentucky0.3
    5.0
    These work really well,I’ve 2 pair of these shoes and I often let neibors borrow the other pair.
    I think every home owner should have a pair,if you care about your lawn.
    By:  Dale K
    Austin,TX0.3
    3.0
    I got a pair of these this week after seeing them on the web a few years ago. The first time I tried them on I realized they kept slipping off. I would tighten the straps down again and again with the same result. I cinched them down very tight the last time and the plastic buckle on the strap broke. So the straps are in the category of "sucks." I am going to try some mods to see if I can improve them with some homegrown engineering. Good idea, poor engineering.
    By:  Geoff
    Old Hickory, TN0.3
    3.0
    I agree with previous review. It is an excellent idea, but the straps will not hold still and I have an extremely hard time keeping them on my feet. I’ve had them for about 5 years now and have only used them about 3 times. Would love to use them more, but I don’t know how to keep them on my feet.
    By:  Nicole
    Charles Town, WV0.3
    1.0
    Had high hopes also. Looks like a simple idea that should work. Had trouble with the metal spikes dislodging and falling off. Gave up and threw them away.
    By:  Jo
    Plano, IL0.3
    5.0
    I got these free from someone. The first time I used them I had a lot of problems walking in them and keeping them on. They take a couple of times to get used to them. I find they work best if you wet your lawn first. Wear some work boots and strap them on tight. Walk heel to toe and stand straight up on them. They actually work pretty good. I would recommend them.
    By:  Sharon
    Albuquerque, New Mexico0.3
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    Lawn Aerator Shoes

    Product Reviews

    Average rating is 3
    2.0
    I had such high hopes for these things. Talk about multi-tasking! Thing is, they just wouldn’t stay on! I tried numerous times thinking the straps just aren’t tight enough. But no matter what I did, they kept slipping off. I think it’s an awesome idea, but just not practical. I guess you need to have big feet to use these. I’m about a 6.5. I’m pretty bummed out they don’t work.
    By:  Kristen
    Pasadena0.3
    2.0
    This is a great idea, but it takes some time to get used to walking in them, and then the strap broke. I’m going to try and return them.
    By:  Matt
    Illinois0.3
    1.0
    The following statements from the product description do not apply to anyone with small feet: "universal fit goes over most any size shoe or boot" and "heavy guage straps stay tight on your foot." My feet are a common size (7) and my feet swam in these things. I could not get them to stay on. After two attempts, one with my clunkiest hiking boots, I gave up. They are sitting in my garage, useless. If you are a male with average to large feet, you’re probably fine. Women with average to small feet, don’t waste your money.
    By:  Carol Hanchette
    Louisville, Kentucky0.3
    5.0
    These work really well,I’ve 2 pair of these shoes and I often let neibors borrow the other pair.
    I think every home owner should have a pair,if you care about your lawn.
    By:  Dale K
    Austin,TX0.3
    3.0
    I got a pair of these this week after seeing them on the web a few years ago. The first time I tried them on I realized they kept slipping off. I would tighten the straps down again and again with the same result. I cinched them down very tight the last time and the plastic buckle on the strap broke. So the straps are in the category of "sucks." I am going to try some mods to see if I can improve them with some homegrown engineering. Good idea, poor engineering.
    By:  Geoff
    Old Hickory, TN0.3
    3.0
    I agree with previous review. It is an excellent idea, but the straps will not hold still and I have an extremely hard time keeping them on my feet. I’ve had them for about 5 years now and have only used them about 3 times. Would love to use them more, but I don’t know how to keep them on my feet.
    By:  Nicole
    Charles Town, WV0.3
    1.0
    Had high hopes also. Looks like a simple idea that should work. Had trouble with the metal spikes dislodging and falling off. Gave up and threw them away.
    By:  Jo
    Plano, IL0.3
    5.0
    I got these free from someone. The first time I used them I had a lot of problems walking in them and keeping them on. They take a couple of times to get used to them. I find they work best if you wet your lawn first. Wear some work boots and strap them on tight. Walk heel to toe and stand straight up on them. They actually work pretty good. I would recommend them.
    By:  Sharon
    Albuquerque, New Mexico0.3