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Home Basics 20 Pair Non-Woven Shoe Rack (4-Tier Wide)

Home Basics 20 Pair Non-Woven Shoe Rack (4-Tier Wide)

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Brand: Home Basics
SKU: ADIB073R65TZH Only 5 left in stock - Order Now.
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Home Basics 20 Pair Non-Woven Shoe Rack (4-Tier Wide)

Free up your floor space, while bringing your urban modern, rustic, or industrial style home together with this 20 pair shoe shelf This multi-level shoe organizer features a metal frame with a neutral matte grey finish to coordinate with a variety of spaces Open non-woven shelves make it easy to find the pair of shoes you need , while also promoting air flow to limit the amount of unpleasant odors that can emit from used shoes Whether youre looking to ensure those posh pumps dont become Fidos afternoon snack or looking to ensure your teens tennis shoes are no scattered across your polished floors, this shoe rack Each non-woven shelf is slip-resistant to ensure your foot ware collection remains neatly in place for all to admireFeatures:Set includes: One (1) shoe shelfMaterial: Plastic and MetalFinish: greySpecial Features:Made from non-slip fabric shelves with metal barsPrevents entryway clutterStores up to 20 pairs of shoesEasy to set upPerfect for an entryway, garage, basementStackable for maximum shoe storageLightweight for easy transportDimensions:Shoe shelf dimensions: 236 inches high x 36 inches wide x 12 inches deepThis product will ship to you in one (1) boxAccessories pictured are NOT included

Features of Home Basics 20 Pair Non-Woven Shoe Rack (4-Tier Wide)

Set includes: One (1) shoe shelf Material: Plastic and Metal Finish: greySpecial Features:

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Warning Warning - California Proposition 65

This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.