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18-Cube Shoe Rack 6 Tier DIY Shoe Storage Organizer for $45.49 AC + FSSS

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LANGRIA via Amazon has the 18-Cube DIY Shoe Rack [amazon.com] for $45.49 after using the coupon code K5DF3O4O. $25 off regular price.

Total dimensions (3 cube W x 6 cube H): 55.5 x 14.6 x 43.7 inches
Dimensions cubby: 19.3 x 14.6 x 8.3 inches
Net weight: 29.8 lbs.
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Grabbed one, thank you!
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I have a storage shelf similar to these. They are functional but very cheap looking. At $45.00 that is Evan a stretch. $30.00 maybe. It wire and thin vinyl type plastic.
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Good to know Smilie we keep our shoes on a back porch with windows all around and i noticed some fading from the sun, i still think this will be awesome for us even though cheeply made.
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Was looking for a shoe rack. Thanks.
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too expensive for what this is IMHO
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for about the same money I bought like 40 of these: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Steri.../203120094

I wear size 10 and they fit nicely in there, size 11 probably won't
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Sticks out 14 inches - no thanks. Storing the shoe vertically would reduce the depth needed.
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for about the same money I bought like 40 of these: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Steri.../203120094

I wear size 10 and they fit nicely in there, size 11 probably won't
What do you do when the shoes you want to wear are on the bottom of a pile of 9 more of those boxes? Not that the product in the OP is a great shoe storage solution, but yours seems terribly inconvenient also.
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