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Shoehorns help put best foot forward
By Larry LeMasters As we all know, a shoehorn (also called shoespooner or shoe tongue) is a tool shaped with a short handle that flares into a longer spoon-like head that is used to help a person slide the heel of a foot inside a snug-fitting shoe. Contrary to popular belief, long-handled shoehorns were not made so that people did not have to bend down.
8/5/2022