3 Tips for Managing Your Shoe Storage in Man Camps

Whether you’re a sneakerhead or just have the standard collection of shoes, space is always at a premium at man camps. If you want to make everything work in your temporary housing, here are a few ways to manage your shoe storage.

Shoe Tree or Rack  

The most basic option for managing your shoes is also probably the cheapest: The shoe tree or rack.

While you’re living in corporate housing, you’ll want to keep several pairs of work boots, as well as some sporting and hiking shoes, formal shoes, and whatever else might be handy. A shoe tree or rack is the simplest way to keep your shoes altogether and in order inside your closet.

Under the Bed Storage

Another idea if closet space is low inside your temporary housing is to organize some sort of under-the-bed storage.

Rather than just throwing all your shoes under the bed, get a cheap over-the-door shoe organizer and use it underneath the bed. Under-bed space is rarely used and often just collects clutter, junk, or dirt, so this is a great way to utilize that space at your man camp in Pecos, TX.

Wood Pallets     

If you need a bit more storage for your shoes at your corporate housing, a wooden pallet can make a surprisingly great shoe rack.

The slits in a pallet are just far enough apart to store shoes inside, and pallets are generally pretty easy to find around man camps in Pecos, TX. Plus, using a pallet to store shoes looks pretty cool too.

Use Buckets

Depending on how organized you want to keep your shoe collection, keeping them in buckets can be a great way to keep them mostly organized as well as out of the way and off the floor.

Buckets will provide some basic storage and organization, and you can even try and get buckets in your preferred color or style to better match your corporate housing.

Over the Door Shoe Organizers

The last idea for managing your shoe storage in man camps is to get an over-the-door shoe organizer. We mentioned this can come in handy if you want to keep shoes under the bed, but it’s also great for its intended use over a door.

Door organizers take up minimal space since the space on the backside of a door is rarely used. They are also relatively inexpensive and easy to find. And, they’ll keep the smallest or biggest shoe collections together and organized.

If you’re ready to get rolling on temporary housing, call Iron Guard Housing at 432-315-3155 or email Chad@rossmgt.com to book a tour and see why Iron Guard sets the standard for man camp housing.