Premium Stacking Shoe Bin
Rather than stacking them as shown on the website, I turned them on their side. They fit perfectly into my closet shelving and really maximized my shoe storage. Plus, no lids needed!
February 13, 2014
Started with a few then ordered more
Loved these see-through shoe organizers. Great for women's dress shoes, slippers, flipflops, flats etc... Too small for tennis shoes - only would fit one per slot.
I didn't purchase the plastic top because of the wood shelf above. This was a real space saver and more economical then custom shelving.
July 23, 2013
Overall am very happy it was *just* the right solution for overflow of shoes from my existing shoe rack, allowing me to utilize a top shelf for easy access shoe storage. Debated between this and front open clear shoe boxes/drawers.
-Multi-functional (beyond shoes...you can put gloves, rolled up scarves, small umbrellas, etc in them)
-Fits into any size space. (you can stack up or lay across for a wide/short configuration)
-No issue of shoes falling off rack
-Can be used on a shelf (I have a shoe rack at the bottom of my closet, coats hanging on the rod, and this organizer on the shelf at the top of the closet)
-It doesn't work well for platforms/high heels/boots (solution is to skip the lid and have those standing up, one shoe per slot
-Not quite as easy to see as compared to having shoes on rack
-Not as "pretty" as patterned or canvass shoe boxes
-Not good for packing/transporting shoes
May 31, 2012
A shoe necessity
I got these for my and my husband's closets. "Thin shoes", like flats, flip flops, and up to 3" pumps fit easily as a pair in one section (thus, 2 pairs per bin). "Thicker" shoes, like wedges, 4" heels and athletic shoes typically require individual sections, so you can only fit 1 pair per bin. I do have one pair of super high pumps that also wrap around the ankle and they are altogether too tall for the bins. Most of my husbands shoes also all fit 1 pair per bin. But, his running and tennis shoes are too tall and do not fit at all.
April 9, 2011