Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 48
Rated 5 out of 5
Â by nycvic Shoe Business
Living in Manhattan present many "space saving" challenges, but if you love shoes as much as I do finding room for them is also a challenge.
I went to The Container Store looking for a solution to my Shoe-Biz problem. There were many choices. I was about to buy one of those hanging shoe racks when I spotted the 4-Tier revolving Shoe Tree. The shoe tree is only 12 " in diameter and holds up to 24 pairs of shoes. This not only solved my space saving challenge, but there was almost enough room for my wife's shoes. We are now a 2 shoe tree family. I highly recommend this for those in small apartments or large homes. No more digging through a closet to find a pair of shoes. All you have to do in spin and select from the shoe tree.
January 5, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Vanece Great price, excellent construction.
I would highly recommend this product. I purchased one at the store and had it shipped directly to my home since I was on vacation. I was amazed when it almost beat me home. Some assembly is required but is very simple. As soon as I used it for a couple days, I ended up ordering 2 more. Just love it. The shoes fit snugly on the rack. Each level spins 360 degrees to make it easier to get to the pair you want. This would be a great item for kids in college that don't have much floor space.
November 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by FearOfSpyders Only if all your shoes are exactly the same
I should have paid more attention to the shoes in the picture. I intended these for Crocs, sneakers, flip flops and a variety of shoes. The problem is the weighted base doesn't allow this.
You have to spend a crazy amount of time trying to counterweight the shoes to make it straight, and then the moment you wear a pair it tilts. It ruins flip flops, it's too narrow for crocs, and all you see is the dirty part of the shoe.
I have a lot of beautiful, sparkly, dressy flip flops. None of that shows. I tried using it as the mud room shoe tree to keep the dirt and sand out of the house. It started rusting and chipping immediately.
IF you live in the city, IF you dry & clean your shoes before mounting them, IF all your shoes are the same type/weight and IF they are traditionally shaped with a full top and narrow sides, this would work well for you.
IF even one of those isn't true, this will not. At this point I'm past the return point and have lost my receipt. I just think it's a steep price to pay for not having paid close attention to the pictures.
I probably should have waited until after I unpacked to purchase it, but when you rent a new place you get inspired to start over - even before you actually move in!
July 1, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5Â by ryder poor quality
the 4 tier shoe rack is not stable because the base is too small for the number of shoe pairs the spinning racks can hold. Not only that, but the plastic on the underside of the base of my unit cracked in many places and whatever was used as ballast, not only cracked but disintegrated into powder, small and large chunksible mess to clean up creating a terr.
October 14, 2015