This shoe has a 1/2″ sq. opening, with set screw. It arrives in a standard angle of 40 degrees. However, it has some angle tolerance and can be adjusted with a belt sander to accommodate the angle of your stairs.
Shoes are designed to hide the installation point of Iron Balusters. Most balusters are square and are put inside a round hole, while Epoxy actually holds the baluster in place. This product is designed to cover the installation of the square bar, going into a round hole.
Shoes provide no structural support; they are for aesthetic purposes only.
Our Shoes come with a set screw so you can fasten them to either the top or bottom of the Iron Baluster.
This product has been used in the following "Completed Projects"
What is the measurement of the actual angled shoe?
What angle is the shoe? Can it only be used for a 35 degree stairway? Thank you
Hi we installed the angled shoes but there is a gap between them and the railing. Is there something that can be used to fill that gap?
Thank you for your question, Marisa. Having a gap could result from a number of issues, including having a flight of stairs with a higher-than-standard angle. To best assist you, we would ask that you send us a photo of your specific issue to firstname.lastname@example.org.