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garmp

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Posted: 05/18/20 03:45pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

One pair is with my clothes and the other pair is on my feet. But I'm a male. Others may have different requirements (as my DW).


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garmp wrote:

One pair is with my clothes and the other pair is on my feet. But I'm a male. Others may have different requirements (as my DW).


As a fellow male, I didn't understand the question beyond your answer either. We don't have a washer/dryer in that closet so that is my clothes area. If the pair of shoes aren't on my feet, they are in my closet.


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We have an actual couch in our trailer, and I keep a couple of boot trays under there for storing the shoes. Works very well.

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Right here:

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And just under rear of the passenger seat. Both work well.

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We have had 3 travel trailers. 19', 33', and now 37' and the problem exists in each one! Family of 5 including twin 12 year old girls = lots of shoes. I'm equally to blame though. Especially in the spring around fishing season when I'm bringing extra boots. We typically pack a large bag jsut for shoes and it sits right at the door, vomits itself all over the ground after day 1, and then we jsut step on, over, and around them the rest of the time. I may trade my new travel trailer in for a toy hauler just for this reason!! ;-)

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We use a hanging shoe holder that is 8 compartments and hangs on one end of our closet rod. Hiking shoes don't fit but it works for my wifes tennies and slippers. We have a metal rack on the floor for my shoes.


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Our canvas fishing shoes are kept in the basement with the tackle boxes.
My Red Wing boots are put on my feet in the morning and stay there until bed time, unless I go fishing.
DW usually takes two pairs of shoes, other than her fishing shoes. Her "every day" shoes are likely to be found nearly anywhere on the floor.
Shoe placement just isn't something we stress about.


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kfp673 wrote:

We have had 3 travel trailers. 19', 33', and now 37' and the problem exists in each one! Family of 5 including twin 12 year old girls = lots of shoes. I'm equally to blame though. Especially in the spring around fishing season when I'm bringing extra boots. We typically pack a large bag jsut for shoes and it sits right at the door, vomits itself all over the ground after day 1, and then we jsut step on, over, and around them the rest of the time. I may trade my new travel trailer in for a toy hauler just for this reason!! ;-)


We are a family of six and although we have a tub outside on the ground for shoes, this is most accurate description of our shoe situation too!


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kfp673 wrote:

We have had 3 travel trailers. 19', 33', and now 37' and the problem exists in each one! Family of 5 including twin 12 year old girls = lots of shoes. I'm equally to blame though. Especially in the spring around fishing season when I'm bringing extra boots. We typically pack a large bag jsut for shoes and it sits right at the door, vomits itself all over the ground after day 1, and then we jsut step on, over, and around them the rest of the time. I may trade my new travel trailer in for a toy hauler just for this reason!! ;-)

We have a toy hauler and the garage in back is the perfect "mud room" for taking your shoes off. If it's just my wife and I, I'll leave my various shoes back there and set them under the dinette seat. But if/when I actually put my shoes away, they go in the closet in front inside the nose of the fiver. We keep all of our spare camping shoes up there (Uggs, flip-flops, boots, etc.).


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The hiking shoes are nasty or muddy after wearing them. you can find special shoes or boots on this website. work boots storage is different because they are dirty after wearing.
https://rockroosterfootwear.com/collections/ak-australian-collection/products/tan-6-inch-slip-on-steel-toe-leather-work-boots-ak222

Commonly Shoes and slippers are stocked in a suitable size cabinet or a position fixed pocket, watch the video under below on youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo2VYi1c8H4

* This post was edited 08/26/20 12:00am by Lyuluck *

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