Ha. That would entail people taking shoes off and walking a couple of feet to put them away...(yes, that's sarcasm sigh.) but a great idea for folks with older kids or just adults traveling.
Isn't that the truth...
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I sewed a shoe holder big enough to hold a pair of adult men shoes. Thee were 6 of us traveling to DC, SOS solution was important. I mounted it with straps over the seat back and hooked to the loops for the seat belt area. Worked awesome!
Thanks for the ideas! First day of our trip finds a pile of shoes on the top shelf of the metal shoe holder. And me sticking flip flops in the fabric shoe organizer. Will talk with the crew before blood (or tears!) is shed.
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