Gents... Shoe tress absorb moisture and odor and help your shoes keep their shape longer. When they lose their cedar fragrance, just rub them with sand paper and they’ll smell fresh again. If you're not using them... Start doing so!!!
Men's shoes 18th century - Black leather, square toes, red painted wood stack heels, brass buckles, shoes from "Lederman Collection" purchased early 20th C & exhibited in Europe & USA, 3.5" x 10.25", (leather worn, back of heelsbroken down, ribbon replaced 20th C, paint worn on heels) fair. Augusta Acutions