Get Stuffed! Stuffitts Giveaway!

So let’s say you’ve taken your trail shoes on several lengthy, muddy adventures and haven’t bothered to wash them since, uh, some time last year.

Dirty trail shoes

You do not, of course, put them in the washing machine because that is a very bad thing to do to your shoes as it would destroy them. Normally you would hose them off but it’s bloody cold out and seems to be hailing and you don’t feel like standing outside. So you fill a bowl with water and give them a nice scrub with a vegetable brush. Don’t worry, I don’t use this on the veggies. Often.

Cleaning trail shoes

Once your shoes are nice and clean and you actually recognize them, it’s time to get them dry. You know not to put them in the dryer, of course, because that’s as bad as putting them in the washing machine. So what do you do? Well, you ball up newspaper and stuff them nice and good, right?

Shoes stuffed with newspaper

Then you go and touch every wall and white surface in the house and get your grubby, newspaper print handprints all over the place. Then you have to go back and remove the soggy paper and replace it with dry paper. Which you take from the Sports section. Which your husband hasn’t read yet today. Alternatively…you save yourself a lot of time, dirty walls, and angry husbands and get Stuffitts!


Stuffitts look like a little pair of feet but don’t smell anything like feet…at least not any I know. They smell like cedar, because they are stuffed with cedar chips. What’s even cooler is that the bag of cedar chips is removable so you can wash the outer layer and also get a replacement bag of cedar chips once the smell has gone. Mine probably needs replacing, but I’ve had my Stuffitts for 18 months and haven’t replaced it yet, so that’s pretty long-lasting.

Inserting Stuffitts in shoes

Hooray for Stuffitts! They fit easily in your shoes (they come in 4 sizes and 5 colors), don’t leave black print on your fingers, don’t have to be replaced halfway through the drying process, and smell lovely. They also have a strap that holds them together so they don’t get separated. I use the strap to hang them from a hook in my laundry room, so I can always find them.

Stuffitts in shoes

I leave the Stuffitts in my shoes overnight and, in the morning, they’re bone dry. And you know what, you can also use Stuffitts to freshen up a pair of stinky shoes, so they are multifunctional. Try that with newspaper!

Ready to get stuffed? Want your own pair of Stuffitts? The lovely people at Stuffitts have offered a pair for me to giveaway! This is my first giveaway so I’m pretty excited!

Here are your entry options (leave me a comment letting me know which entries you submitted):

  • Visit the Stuffitts website and tell me which color and size you would choose + 1 entry
  • Tweet “I just entered @myeyefordetail Stuffitts giveaway contest at” + 1 entry
  • Post the above on your Facebook page + 1 entry
  • “Like” Stuffitts on Facebook and leave a comment on their page letting them know I sent you + 1 entry
  • Click “Like” at the top of this post + 1 entry

Rules clarification: You MUST comment and let me know which entries you submitted. I can track the tweets that mention me and the posts to the Stuffitts page but it’s much easier if you just tell me. 🙂 You get one entry for each bulleted item above, so you can get as many as 5 entries!

Fine print:

  • Stuffitts are providing the giveaway but did not pay me to write this product review. The opinions are my own.
  • The winner will be chosen by on April 14th. 

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Runner, triathlete, writer
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8 Responses to Get Stuffed! Stuffitts Giveaway!

  1. Ed says:

    liked them on facebook and did the twitter option too. 🙂

  2. Beth says:

    ooh, what a great product! I like the pink ones in a medium. Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. Very cool! I’ve seen those in the PRR store and never bothered to see what they are all about. Makes sense to me! I’d get the black ones in a Medium.

  4. Kayla says:

    I love reading you blog! Those sound like a fantastic idea. I have been playing a lot of soccer in the rain and my shoes are always still wet for the next game.

  5. Light blue.
    I also liked them on Facebook and told them you sent me!

  6. Light blue Medium, that is.
    Also, you’re running CAPON VALLEY 50K? See you there!!

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