Do you sometimes need a shoe horn? You know, that thing that helps you put on your nice shoes without crushing their heels? If so, get this one, because it’s beautiful. Perfectly symmetrical and carved from a single piece of wood, the Kime Shoe Horn appears to be an art piece rather than a functional tool. Lucky for us, it’s both. “Kime” means texture or wood grain in Japanese and is the name of the collection.
Comes in maple, cherry, and walnut, each with its distinct color and grain.
All Kime products are made with precision by craftsmen in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, and this shoe horn is no exception.
Available from ode to things, $ 56.00.