Wilson Cleat Valet

  • Effortlessly remove plastic cleats and metal spikes
  • Clean cleat threads with the retractable cleaning brush
  • Ergonomic handle design

Product Description
This unique ratchet style spike wrench effortlessly removes plastic cleats and metal spikes.Product Description
Need help with your cleats? Check out the Wilson Cleat Valet. This unique, ratchet-style spike wrench effortlessly removes plastic cleats and metal spikes. A retractable cleaning brush is also included so you can clean the threads at the same time. The cleat valet also features an ergonomic handle, so you can keep your shoes clean without injuring your wrist or hand…. More >>

Wilson Cleat Valet

5 Responses to “ Wilson Cleat Valet ”

  1. DON”T EVEN BOTHER USING THIS TO REMOVE OLD “FAST TWIST” SPIKES!!!!. just like others, one of my 2 prongs broke instantly. after doing some research on-line i ended up not even using this tool to remove my “Fast Twist” soft spikes. i used a pair of needle-nose pliers and some tweezers. this tool was only helpful for putting the new spikes on my shoes. Its not the tool’s fault. its the design of the spikes themselves. you’ll know what i mean when you decide to replace your own spikes. the “fast twist” style is an oxymoron.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. This device broke the second time I used it. Not for getting stuck cleats out of a golf shoe
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. The 2 prong cleat bit is VERY weak – a prong broke on first use on the 3rd cleat. I gave this item 2 stars, just because the handle is somewhat ergonomic, the brush is convenient, and it looks like the bits can be used by a drill/other screw drivers…
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Worked great on the first cleat I removed but on the second one it broke. I admit the cleat was tight and I used a lot of force but I didn’t expect one of the pins that goes into the cleat to break off. I’ll stick with using a pair of needle nose pliers.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. Well made and works like a charm, even on some spikes I had neglected for a long time
    Rating: 5 / 5

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