Lawn-Revitalizing Aerator Shoes
I should have known better after reading the reviews. The straps don't hold no matter how you adjust them.
October 12, 2014
awsome shoes for a smallish lawn
great shoes, easy to assemble,straps and buckles must have improved. strong nylon straps and metal buckles. found them easy to walk in and am looking forward to using them on a regular basis.
October 4, 2014
The buckles to the straps are useless. They do not stay tight, and the shoes fall right off your feet. I had to buy zip ties and secure them with those. After using the zip ties the product worked as designed.
August 6, 2014
Straps come loose immediately, only get these if you devise your own method of attaching them to your feet! Otherwise they are cool.
May 29, 2014
Lawn Revitalizing Aerator Shoes
The straps don't stay on when you try to walk in them
Take old shoe strings and wrap them around them it helps but still hard to keep on
May 29, 2014
Good concept ridicules design it seems no one tried to test them. It bothers me that someone gets paid to put junk together. The straps do not work take two steps and they fly off. First thing throw the straps away and use string to tie them on. I am working on using Velcro. The nuts, I used a lock washer. How about that a five cent piece. I spent five minutes with them and improved them 100% maybe I should get a job with them putting out a product I am proud to put my name behind.
May 8, 2014
The issue with the staps is the only thing, as it get loose and needs to be tightened constantly.
April 23, 2013
put he shoes on then fold back the extrastrap under the shoe secure strap through a spike on the bottom you wont have to keep tightening the straps . when you feel it being easier to walk check the spikes they may be filled up with leaves and grass
January 28, 2013
LAWN AERATOR SHOES
THEY WOULD NOT STAY ON MY FEET. THE STRAPS KEPT COMING LOOSE.
October 15, 2012
lawn aerator sandals
A good concept, but did not work well. Specifically, I tightened all the nuts holding the nails as tightly as possible. Still, the first time I used them, in 20 minutes of mowing, I lost 10 of the 26 nuts. they are somewhere in my lawn, who knows where??
June 10, 2012