It's a good time to be a sneakerhead. Hyped releases and collaborations are announced on what seems like a weekly basis, with plenty of heat already in the pipeline for 2018. While this may be good news, it also means that you best have the appropriate storage for all of those fresh kicks in your rotation.

Luckily, there's no shortage of options available when looking at how to store your sneakers. Below you'll find a range of storage options at a multitude of price points, along with a selection of images showing how similar items have been utilized on Instagram.

Sneaker boxes

Sneaker boxes are an unfussy and practical option for those looking to store their collection. Their modular design also makes them easy to stack and move.

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Crep Protect

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Sneaker Box




The sneaker shelf

A sneaker shelf is without a doubt the cleanest way to show off your rotation, and these minimalist all-white options from IKEA will help turn your shoe storage into a sneaker gallery.

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Wall Shelf

Wall Shelf



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The sneaker bag

A more discreet option is the low-key sneaker bag. Their roomy storage compartments pack away several pairs of shoes while remaining an ideal travel companion all at the same time.

Sneaker Duffle Bag


Private Label NYC

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The “BoxUrKicks” BAPE Box

Store your sneakers away in these streetwear-savvy custom boxes from BoxUrKicks, and check out some of the other customs available in the Instagram post below.

Shark Box


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