Innovative Shoe-Stacking Storage Units That Double Your Space #ShoeSlotz

I received Shoe Slotz space-saving storage units ($14.99 value) in exchange for this post.  Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.


Is your closet overflowing with shoes?  My 6-year-old reminded me just how cluttered when she decided to go into my closet and play with my shoes and just threw them all back on the floor…..ahhhh sweet kiddies! 😉

I recently received Shoe Slotz.  It’s a great space-saver for all things shoes.  With Shoe Slotz storage units you:

  • Save space instantly
  • Make shoes easy to find
  • Organize and protect shoes
  • Allow for neat display

The storage units work in all different spaces.  It fits any size and type of shoe (even men’s size 14!).  They are designed with a durable slip-resistance surface and top-panel shoe quard.

Shoe Slotz are sold in a 6-piece set for a suggested retail price of $14.99.  They are available for purchase through the Shoe Slotz website,, in stores nationwide at Boscov’s, and Walgreens and in select Bed Bath & Beyond and JC Penney locations.

To learn more about Shoe Slotz, visit their Facebook page.  There you will find website info, details about the product, etc.

I would like to thank the folks over at Shoe Slotz for allowing me to try out their product.  Shoe Slotz is definitely a great shoe space-saver and gets the job done like seen in the photo image above.  If you need shoe-clutter relief, this will do the trick!

*High res image courtesy of Shoe Slotz

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