Organizing Your Sports Equipment
Storage solutions for your space―whether it's cramped, cavernous, or in between.
In a ClosetProblem: Your storage space is limited, which means your coats will have to learn to share.
Consider this: Make the most of that empty space behind the closet door with an over-the-door rack that can hold bats, balls, helmets, and even team jerseys.
Another option: The Grook Tool Holder, with its row of specially designed rubber loops, lets you store sports equipment in three ways: Thread the item through a single loop, snap it between two loops, or hang it from one of the hooks on the front of each loop. Mount the Grook to the back of a closet door, or secure it to a wall inside the closet.
To buy: $30, containerstore.com.
Use what you've got: A hanging shoe organizer will hold mitts, helmets, balls, and so on. Because the open pockets keep everything visible and accessible, you won't have to rummage through the depths of your closet to find that lost golf glove.
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