What is the best boot jack?
A boot jack is PERFECT for you, if you:
● want to remove boots without bending over
● want to keep your hands clean of mud
● need help if there’s no one around to assist you in pulling off your boots
What is it? How do you use it?
What is a boot jack? It’s a boot remover. It makes it a breeze to take off your boots after a day in the garden or in the saddle. You just step down on the base with one boot, slide the other boot into the “hook,” and give a little tug. Off slides the boot. Lather, rinse, repeat.
How To Use A Boot Jack
These handy devices are available in wood, plastic and metal. Some people have problems with the “hook” scuffing their boots. If you find that this is a problem, we would suggest adding a piece of felt or rubber to pad the inside of the hook, thereby protecting your boot heel from marks and abrasions.
A boot jack makes it easy to remove cowboy boots, work boots, garden boots, hiking boots, Wellies (rain boots) and shoes.
The Best Boot Jacks (in no particular order)
Wow, look at these beautiful these boot jacks! Choose from 6 designs. Leather and synthetic with faux-suede lining, and leather pads on the bottom to control slipping.
● Length 11-3/8″
● Width 5″
● Made of metal
This hardwood boot jack is best used indoors, perhaps in a mudroom, garden shed or tack room. It has a neat rubber tread that makes it easy to grip with your other foot.
● Length 12.25″
● Width 4″
● Made of solid hardwood
Dipped with a durable black rubber coating. This protects your boots and shoes from scratches.
● Length 13″
● Width 4.6″
● Made of plastic
This black plastic boot puller has a serrated edge for scraping the bottoms of boots and shoes. Sleek and understated.
● Length 15.7”
● Width 4.4”
● Made of plastic
Here’s the classic cast iron boot jack in the form of a beetle. Stick your boot heel between the antennae (feelers). It’s also a great novelty item to place near a boot tray at your door or on a fireplace hearth.
● Length 10-1/4″
● black finish
● Made of cast iron