Greenkey Lawn Aerator Sandals

Key Features
Aerate your lawn as you walk or work
Encourages deep roots for a greener, thicker lawn
Allows rain and fertiliser to penetrate more easily


Superb for the lawn, good entertainment for the neighbours!

  • Beneficial at any time of the year even in winter
  • Spikes sink in easily when lawn isn't dry
  • Fully adjustable straps fit most adult male or female shoe sizes
  • New 'snap together' buckles that won't slide
  • Thirteen 45 mm (2") spikes per sandal provide dense even aeration
  • Not for use on slopes
  • 1 year manufacturers limited warranty
  • Assembly required

Great if you use them correctly....

  • Wear boots or stout shoes
  • Stick the sandals into the lawn about 6 to 12 inches apart
  • Put your feet in and fasten the straps as tight as possible
  • Don't try to walk normally, you'll fall over!
  • Just lift the whole foot up keeping it level
  • Put it down flat with a very slight push
  • Grab a bottle of Ready to Use Weedkiller... kill two birds with one stone!


Season for Application
Early Spring, Late Spring, Summer, Early Autumn, Late Autumn, Winter,
Product Type

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How to Aerate, Spike & Hollow Tine a Lawn

Customer reviews

4.2 / 5
133 reviews for Greenkey Lawn Aerator Sandals
eKomi customer reviews
They take a little getting used to, but if you are up for a workout they are great.
Rated 5 out of 5
Good exercise
Rated 5 out of 5
Edward Hayes
Excellent advice online, easy to use and put together.
Rated 5 out of 5
Lawn Aerator Sandals

My garden is on fairly heavy London clay, and the lawn not been dug or ventilated for many years. Despite this, it’s in pretty good shape but could be better, so I thought I’d aerate it as it’s the right time of year.

After testing it with a fork, I felt the ground might be too compacted for a rented hollow-tine aerator. So after doing some reading up, I bought a pair of your lawn aerator sandals, which arrived promptly today.

They take a while to set up, particularly getting the straps tight enough to grip your boots properly.

I’m pretty good on my feet but even then I found it essential to have a pole I could use for leverage and balance. They can get quite struck in gooey ground like mine once your own body weight has pressed them in firmly. I wouldn’t want to lose my balance with one of both feet rooted - you could easily sprain or even break something.

As another reviewer has mentioned, the best way to use them is to walk backwards. This way you don’t walk over the areas you’ve just spiked, and the sandals definitely benefit from the toes being lifted from the ground first and then the heel- the opposite motion to normal walking.

It’s slow work if you do it thoroughly and quite good exercise. My lawn took about 90 minutes to do thoroughly. It’s quite tough on the legs so probably not ideal if you have bad knees.

Because the spikes are not very invasive, you can use them again - a little and often will be good whereas they only recommend using a machine once every three years. I also found it quite fun. It will be interesting to see how the plastic soles last as they are subject to a fair amount of stress in use, but I’d definitely recommend them.
Rated 5 out of 5
Brilliant idea for spiking lawns. Very useful for someone with health problems not having to exert heavy pressure.
Rated 5 out of 5