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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Customer reviews

4.2 / 5
142 reviews for Greenkey Lawn Aerator Sandals
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Carolyn LOVELL
These work well. I have found using a stick for support, or one shoe at a time easiest (since the spikes stick into the ground, and then its easy to loose balance while stepping again).
Rated 5 out of 5
Cheryl Knight
Took a while to work out the straps, did our own thing in the end. Walked around the garden in them and they worked well. I am not a big female but the spikes still sunk and the sandals stayed on over walking shoes (size 4)
Rated 5 out of 5
Martin Barrett
The straps and buckles are not strong enough to sustain the withdrawal from the lawn.
Rated 1 out of 5
Anthony Lawrence
No good for small feet I’m a 6 could not keep them on
Rated 2 out of 5
Raymond Buck
Waste of money they kept coming off.I tried making them tight as possible no joy may be the ground was to wet.
So I binned them and used a garden fork.
Rated 1 out of 5