Shoe Sling Black


Shoe storage is tricky. Many of us have a lot of shoes to store, but also need neat, easy-access storage that looks good, and this is not always easy to come by. Introducing Shoe Sling by Umbra. This versatile shoe rack allows for ample shoe storage (it holds up to 16 pairs of shoes) and is stackable, so you take up vertical square footage, without losing out on floor space. Two racks stacked together measure 35 x 12 x 25 inches. Each rack contains two rows of pockets which can be used to store shoes as well as other accessories like umbrellas and bags. Shoe Sling’s pockets are adjustable in size and made from breathable and machine-washable mesh, which allows air to circulate with ease around the shoes. For a stylish-looking storage solution that holds lots of shoes and helps keep them neat and tidy, order the Shoe Sling today. About Umbra: A global product design company providing original, modern, casual, and functional design for the home.

  • Stackable shoe rack: Despite its small footprint, this two-tier shoe rack holds 16 pairs of shoes and each rack contains two rows of pockets. Two racks stacked together measure 36 x 12 x 25 inches.
  • Adjustable and versatile: The width of the pockets on SLING are adjustable and can be used to store items other than shoes, like umbrellas and bags. In a kid’s room, it can be used for storing toys and books.
  • Machine-washable mesh slings: The mesh on SLING was chosen because it is machine-washable and breathable, which reduces shoe odor and moisture buildup.
  • Sleek: With elegant lines and sleek pockets, this shoe rack will hold lots of shoes but also look great as your entryway shoe organizer.
  • Pairs nicely with Shoe Dry: SHOE DRY (sold separately) is a mat for drying and storing shoes designed to slot neatly under SLING. Great for rainy, snowy days and for adding extra shoe storage to your home.
  • Additional Information
    Weight 3.05 lbs
    Dimensions 36.2 × 12.6 × 22.8 in

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