|Finish: White||Product Type: Rack|
|Material: Metal||Pairs of Shoes Capacity: 50|
|Shoe Box Compatible: Yes||Underbed Storage: No|
|Number of Tiers: 10||Shoe Visibility: Yes|
|Stackable: No||Folding: No|
|Mirror: No||Revolving: No|
|Ventilation: Yes||Shoe Cabinet Included: No|
|Product Care: Wipe clean with a dry cloth||Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
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too many shoes!
kim from mineola, NY– Verified Buyer
i have a lot of shoes and thought this would solve my problem of shoes all over the place... Not the easiest to put together, the rods kept popping out.. So I used glue and it has now served me fine......
Great for hard surface floors
Dawna from Huntsville, AL– Verified Buyer
Great item, however if performs best when on a hard surface and not on carpet. It fell over several times damaging the connections. I eventually had to throw it away after only having it about two months.
Terry from Greenville, NC– Verified Buyer
I had a difficult time assembling this, but once it was put together it is sturdy and holding all of my shoes
J. from MA– Verified Buyer
We've had no problems as far as I can tell with our purchases from here! I am the credit card for my wife and she spends most her shopping here :) The shoe rack ended up working out great for us!
Mrs from McKinney, TX– Verified Buyer
Brilliant shoe rack for storing & organising alot of shoes. Bit fiddly & flimsy to put together but perfect hidden in a cupboard as it is narrow/slim. :-)
Alethia Scott from orlando, FL– Verified Buyer
Product was good, I'm not a handy person so it was a little bothersome for me to put together, once completed it worked great.
Teresa from Fayetteville, NC– Verified Buyer
Easy to assemble, sturdy unit. My 12 year niece put it together in 5 minutes.
Karen from Temple Hills, MD
I purchased 2, assembled and connected them at the side. They were fine for a few months but just as another reviewer stated, they started to lean and eventually fell apart. Since I still needed a shoe rack, I used 1x6 pine boards, drilled holes at the same location as this rack, stained them and used the aluminum poles to make my own. My new rack goes almost to the ceiling in my closet, it's attached to a stud in the wall so I don't have to worry about it tumbling over and it's beautifully stained to match my furniture! With the left over poles, I'm making a shorter rack for my boots!
Amy from Saint Michael, MN– Verified Buyer
The shoe rack wporks, but is smaller than I thought. It only holds 40 pair & isn't real sturdy. It works though.
Fell apart - twice!
Kimberly from Surrey, BC– Verified Buyer
I was excited to get this shoe rack. I'm less than excited that it doesn't seem able to support the weight of 50 pairs of shoes and just falls apart. You're supposed to hammer to rods into the plastic frames and it's supposed to hold without any screws... that's totally not the case. It just falls apart. This is literally in pieces at the bottom of my closet. HUGE waste of money!