$7.99 Pack
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Clips on easily to protect your floors from scratching, and to prevent sliding on slippery flooring materials like tile.

Rockler Hairpin Leg Feet

Item #
57820
Rating:
56% of 100

Hairpin legs are a classic choice for a sleek, modern look, but it's hard to attach a furniture glide or felt pad to the rounded metal legs. Our Rockler Hairpin Leg Feet make it easy, and stylish. They clip onto both 3/8'' and 1/2'' rod diameters, protecting your wood floors from marring, and preventing sliding on slippery surfaces like tile. They feature a simple, streamlined look that suits the midcentury aesthetic. Sold in packs of four.

Features:

  • Non-marring feet protect your floors from the scratches that hairpin legs can cause
  • Non-slip rubber keeps legs from sliding on slippery flooring materials like tile
  • Easy to install—just clip them onto the ends of the legs
  • Fits hairpin table legs with either 3/8'' or 1/2'' rod diameters
  • Sleek design suits the MCM styling
  • Pack of 4

(4) Rockler Hairpin Leg Feet

More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 0.0500
Tech Spec
  • Color: Black
  • Material: Non-marring rubber
  • Compatible Rod Diameters: 3/8'' and 1/2''
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work perfectly as advertised
July 21, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Hairpin leg feet
Perfect fit
May 18, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
They work, but are a loose fit when used with 1/2” hairpin legs. Slip off easier than I would like.
May 6, 2019
Purchased
5 months ago
Ok, better than without
Feet are too small and soft
May 11, 2019
Purchased
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
fall off
These fall off every time we move the slab benches that they are mounted on--what a pain!
August 1, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
lag feet
wrong material and wrong design
May 11, 2019
Purchased
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Hardwood floor protection
AKK VT on Sep 20, 2019
I built a Lego table for my son using Hairpin legs and needed something to protect our wood floor.
JARED M on Aug 29, 2019
Hardwood floor protection
AKK VT on Sep 20, 2019
I needed feet to prevent floor damage
AL B on Sep 4, 2019
I built a Lego table for my son using Hairpin legs and needed something to protect our wood floor.
JARED M on Aug 29, 2019
For a specific project
Douglas S on Aug 21, 2019
have 2 sets of leg future project
Robert B on Aug 5, 2019
to protect hard wood floor
Jerry H on Jul 21, 2019
Looked like an interesting project
Brian C on Jul 21, 2019
i need to replace a lost foot
Kathy W on Jun 6, 2019
Elegant minimal let set for a table made from a cedar tree round. I like the design as it will compliment the natural curves of the outside of the cedar table and not take attention away from the wood.
JOHN F on May 29, 2019
to keep from scratching the hardwood floor
James H on May 19, 2019
floor protection
Chuck M on May 11, 2019
This is a great idea for hairpin legs. They will go directly on the live edge table I made for my wife.
Wilhelm B on May 4, 2019
for tables
James D on May 1, 2019
It looks like a good foot.
Richard A on Apr 27, 2019
They meet my needs
James M on Apr 26, 2019
Seems like a good idea, especially for wood floors.
SG1rally on Apr 25, 2019
To protect hardwood floors.
John B on Apr 21, 2019
for the good use on hardwood floors.
Robert J on Apr 20, 2019
To protect my carpet from the indents the legs make in it.
ANNETTE R on Apr 8, 2019
Our son purchased this item and liked it.
Nila F on Apr 2, 2019
Liked the look of Hairpin Legs but wanted to protect Hardwood Floor
J D on Mar 29, 2019
For a small desk with Hairpin Legs that we don't want to scratch wood floors.
Mike R on Mar 29, 2019
I needed feet to prevent floor damage
AL B on Sep 4, 2019
For a specific project
Douglas S on Aug 21, 2019
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