bootjack

noun
boot·jack | \ˈbüt-ˌjak \

Definition of bootjack 

: a device (as with a V-shaped notch) used for pulling off boots

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Cut the resulting parabola out with a jigsaw to form the mouth of your bootjack. Teddy Boxberger, Popular Mechanics, "How to Make a Bootjack," 2 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of bootjack

1793, in the meaning defined above

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