Not only did you spend hard-earned money on your work boots, but they are also your trusted companion on even the most challenging days at work. So it is only fair that you treat them right. And you can do so by getting a boot jack.
A boot jack, also called a boot pull, is worth considering to have to help your work boots stay pristine-looking through the years. No more using the doorstep or the heel of your other boot to remove your boots which can damage your precious footwear over time. A boot jack helps in removing your boots without damaging them. Simply place the boot heel in the U-shaped opening of the boot jack and then use the other foot to stand on the flat end as you pull the foot off from the boot. Because you are using your full body weight to hold the boot jack in place, you can then just pull the other foot straight up and out. Really simple, right?
Now, if you are thinking that a small tool like a boot jack is only for old people or for those with back problems – well, not really. Because after a long day at work, especially if you are a construction worker, wood logger, rancher, or builder – the last thing you want to do is wrestle with your boots at the end of the day just to take them off. Remember, these work boots are snugly fit because they are supposed to comfortably stay on, so they are pretty tight and will not just slip off easily. And this is where a boot jack comes in very handy!
- One size fits all
- Made of wood
- Gentle to your boots
- Prevents your partner from staining their back and getting pissed at you.