Shoetree



noun
1.
one of a pair of foot-shaped devices, usually of metal or wood, for placing in a shoe to maintain its shape when it is not being worn.
noun
1.
a wooden or metal form inserted into a shoe or boot to stretch it or preserve its shape

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