@tinamarie1974@UncleVinny Well I hope you buy a bunch of the same sandal as I have discovered the pain of my favorite shoe wearing out, it is no longer made (or they changed the shoe last), the ones sold on ebay are also pretty worn out and then I have to search for a new “favorite” shoe.
I got these yesterday (same price) from Morning Save. They were easy enough to assemble, but they are not sturdy or stackable. I wear size 11 shoes and even though I bought them for slippers or casual shoes, I don’t think I can fit more that 4 pair on each without doubling up or pushing them together. I am thinking of alternative uses as these are not good for men’s big feet shoes.
@rpstrong I actually thought about that but my main footware is boots. And have very few shoes so the ratio wouldn’t work out. I could see it working if you had kids or lots of shoes… Still question the stacking multiple racks. Yes you can but the pivot point and the weight distribution.
While Chet’s essay makes a very solid case for using these as shoe racks, it appears they could be repurposed to hold other things as well. For example, maybe cds or dvds, but who has those anymore, right? You are only limited by your imagination!
@52rings, I also like these, but can just make my own with a few nails & scraps of lumber, with the added benefit of a bit of exercise & JUST HAVING SOME-THING TO FUCKING DO WHILE BEING IN DAMN QUARANTINE!!