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KEEN Kids Howser II Shoe 13 Black Black
The KEEN Kids' Howser II Shoe is a cozy slipper for in house wear that is capable of a little bit of outdoors. Cozy fleece interior with a rubber Outsole to prevent slips. Eco Anti-Odor provides natural odor control so let your kiddos lose their socks and throw these on instead. PJs all day and happy comfortable feet. Marathon some cartoons get up for snacks and no worries about siblings touching each other with cold feet. Features of the KEEN Kids' Howser II Shoe Lightweight Performance mesh Upper Elastic Gore for easy on and off Fleece lining for warmth PU and EVA foam insole for ultimate step-in comfort and support Direct-attach PU Midsole for resilient long-lasting cushioning Eco anti-odor for natural odor control
lhall: this is a great steel and a must have for a set of knifes. I use it before using my knifes and after I wash them. Although this claims to be a "sharpening" steel all it does is hone knifes. For cheaper knifes you can sharpen them at home with a whetstone or ceramic sharpener. Expensive knifes should be professionally sharpened once a year
Made Media Photography: Nice little honing stick but I wish it were a bit longer. I can definitely tell it brings the edge back each time i use it though. Bought this because of the price and reviews. It lives up to my expectations.
Matthew Laxton: This is a very nice HONING steel. This does NOT sharpen your knife, it hones it. And this does a great job of it. This has kept my Shun chefs knife in good shape for months now, and I love it. One of the best purchases I've made. If you run your knife over this steel before and after using it, it will keep a nice edge on it for a very long time.
Mike Tarrani "Jazz Drummer": This is a honing tool that is designed to hone your knives, not sharpen them (despite the product name).Used properly it will remove any minute nicks in your blades. What I mean is if you fun your finger down the right or left edge of the blade close to the edge chances are that you will feel 'bumps' or high spots if you have not recently honed your blades. Because of this your blade is not perfectly true and needs to be aligned (smoothing down protrusions on the sides of the blade). This is the first step to sharpening.The second step is to use a stone or specific sharpener to actually sharping the blade. I use aZwilling J.A. Henckels Twin Sharp Duo Knife Sharpener, which is a personal preference (and because it is faster and easier than a stone. Another reason I use that particular sharpener is because it's the same brand as this steel and my knife set (Zwilling J.A. Henckels Twin Signature 3-Piece Starter Set.Probably the one knife that you will use this steel on the most if the chef's knife because that one often is used to cut through items that are likely to nick a blade.I've owned a number of steels over the years and this one is as good as any, including some very expensive ones. For the price this one is an excellent value in my opinion will not only last a lifetime, but will extend the life of your knives.
Peter B: A honing steel that does the job. I bought it because I own several knives from the same manufacturer, although I also own plenty from others. It works just fine.