Prepac Tall Shoe Chest Cabinet, 36-Pair

Last updated date: October 18, 2021

DWYM Score

9.6

Prepac Tall Shoe Chest Cabinet, 36-Pair

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Overall Take

This sophisticated, sturdy and well-made shoe rack measures 23.5 by 72.5 by 13 inches. It is made from non-toxic composite laminated wood and a strong medium-density fiberboard (MDF) back.


In our analysis of 6 expert reviews, the Prepac Tall Shoe Chest Cabinet, 36-Pair placed 1st when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Simply and stylishly organize up to 36 pairs of shoes with the Space-Saving Shoe Storage Cabinet by Prepac. Fit one cabinet in a narrow entryway or combine multiple pieces from the Space-Saving collection in a large mudroom to create a custom closet look at the fraction of the cost. This shoe organizer has 36 spacious cubbies that can be used to store shoes, hats, scarves, keys, mail and any other clutter that needs organizing.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

9.9
2 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

8.9
3,509 user reviews

What experts liked

To display all of your shoes in a streamlined manner, Dulude recommends this tall cubby cabinet that can hold 36 pairs.
- New York Mag

What experts didn't like

An Overview On Rack & Cabinets

Kitchen storage racks can go in drawers, cabinets and pantries. They can also sit atop counters, keeping all your items within a hand’s reach. These racks are great for small kitchens, but they also work well to keep larger ones organized; you can use them in bathrooms, too.

You can also find portable storage racks that can be kept in cabinets and brought out when you need to use the items. Not only do these racks keep things much more organized, they also save you money. This is because you know exactly how much of something you already have at a glance; you are thus less likely to buy things you don’t need.

When purchasing rollout racks, be sure to look for quality hardware. Roller slides extend about ¾ of their length, while ball-bearing sliders extend out fully. The latter can also roll more smoothly and support heavier items.

Chrome-plated steel is usually your best choice, but epoxy-coated racks are fine for lighter items. They will not last as long in most cases, though. Also look for racks that are easy to install, unless you have the time to install a more involved rack and are handy.

Before investing in kitchen racks (it is not a large investment), go through the kitchen or other room you plan to put the rack. As you look around, get rid of things that you are not using. Ask yourself when the last time was that you used a particular item, if you would buy it today and if it makes your life easier. Pass your unneeded items on to family members and friends, donate them or toss them. It doesn’t make sense to buy racks to store things you do not want or need.

The Rack & Cabinet Buying Guide

  • If you are ordering a drawer insert organizer, be sure to measure the inside of the drawer first.
  • Get separate racks for consumables, non-consumables, cleaning items and tools.
  • Organize the racks by type of item; keep spices, condiments and other things together. You will be amazed at how much faster you will be able to prepare your meals when your kitchen is organized.
  • Store your things in ways that are easy for you to see. Things that are at eye level are easier to find, and when they are at lower heights it can be harder on your back.
  • If you only use certain things once or a few times each year (think Christmas cookie cutters), remove them from the kitchen and keep them in marked boxes elsewhere.