Get your shoe collection in order with these top-rated Amazon shoe organizers

Your kicks need a home

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It doesn't take long for a shoe obsession to balloon into an organizing problem. One minute you have a few favorite pairs scattered in a few spots, and the next minute, they're literally everywhere. By the door. In the closet. Filling the floor space in your bedroom... you get the idea. If this whole situation sounds a bit too familiar, you're not alone. We've got plenty of shoe storage ideas for you to browse, but if you've been itching to buy a shoe organizer, specifically from your fave place AKA Amazon, then you've landed in just the right place.

It's so easy to let shoes pile up, especially for apartment dwellers who just don't have a ton of storage space. With so many other things to prioritize, shoes tend to get pushed to the back of our minds, as important as they are to making or breaking an outfit. But it's time to change that. And we're here to show you that shoe organization is totally possible even in tiny rentals. From over-the-door hangers to stackable boxes, these top-rated Amazon organizers for your shoes will get the job done. Finally, no more tripping over another pair of shoes.

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What's the best way to organize shoes?

There's one very important step experts recommend you take before adding a shoe organizer to your shopping cart: Downsize your collection. Corinne Morahan of Grid + Glam isn't afraid to call it. "Yes, you have too many shoes," she says. Even though it may be hard to part ways, the best way to control and cut down on clutter is to be selective of what you own. “Before you buy a shoe organizer, go through and donate some shoes," says Morahan. "Then, buy a shoe organizer that will fit all of the shoes you’re keeping, and commit to never having more shoes than will fit in that organizer”. 

You best get decluttering (and then counting your pairs) before you decide.

Patty Lee

Patty Lee is a lifestyle editor who has experience writing about food, home, travel, and more. She has held editorial roles for print and digital publications such as The Kitchn, The Spruce Eats, New York Daily News and Time Out New York and also served as social media manager for Martha Stewart Living. Additionally, her writing has been published by Thrillist, Food Network, PureWow, Forbes Vetted, and more. A native New Yorker who grew up in Brooklyn's Chinatown, her perfect weekend breakfast is a combination of bagels and dim sum.