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Boot Butler

The Boot Butler is a hanging boot organizer designed to help you get your boots up off the floor or out of storage boxes and hang them neatly with easy access. You simply hang the Boot Butler on a bar in your closet, then slide your boots onto the legs and feet. That's it...there's no need for clips or anything else.

One Boot Butler is actually five separate modular units that can be used together or independently. You can hang each unit by itself, or you can easily hang them one under the other so they form a neat vertical column of boots.

Hanging your boots with the Boot Butler also helps keep their tops straight and crease-free, without the need to stuff paper, pool noodles, empty plastic bottles, or anything else down their tops.

For more information about the Boot Butler, please scroll down beneath the Boot Butlers for sale.

Below: The Boot Butler holding cowboy boots, work/mud boots, and hiking boots.

The Boot Butler holding five pairs of boots


The Boot Butler For Sale On Amazon

The link below takes you to the Boot Butler for sale from the Boot Butler company itself, and available through Amazon.


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About The Boot Butler

As we said above, the Boot Butler is designed to help you get your boots up off the floor or out of storage boxes and hang them neatly with easy visibility access. You simply hang the Boot Butler on a bar in your closet, then slide your boots onto the legs and feet. There's no need for clips or anything else to hold them in place.

One Boot Butler is actually five separate modular units that can be used independently, or connected in a column with other units. Each unit is a heavy-duty hanger with a "U" shaped attachment (called the "legs" and "feet") underneath it.

Below: One Boot Butler unit. Each unit can be used by itself, or connected in a column with other units. (Photo courtesy of Boot Butler. Used with permission.)

Anatomy, or parts, of the Boot Butler

 


Using Each Unit Independently
You can hang each Boot Butler unit directly onto a closet bar, independent of the other units. You can hang them side-by-side, or wherever you want.

Below: One Boot Butler modular unit being used alone.

A single Boot Butler modular unit with one pair of boots

 

Using The Units Together Together
Instead of using each unit independently, you can hang them in a neat vertical column. Because each unit has a place underneath it to receive a hanger, you hang the first unit onto a bar, then hang the next unit directly underneath it, then another one underneath it, and so on. In this way, you can hang a vertical column of boots in a narrow space.

Below: The Boot Butler organizing and holding five pairs boots in a neat column.

Five Boot Butler units being used together for hold a neat column of boots

 

Below: A look at a single Boot Butler modular unit, without boots.

A single Boot Butler modular unit

 


Boot Soles Toward The Wall...Or Not
When you hang the Boot Butler you can choose to hang it so that the soles of the boots face toward the wall, or so that the soles face toward the center of the closet.

Here at CowboyWay.com we have our own Boot Butler and we prefer to hang it so that the soles of our boots face toward the center of the closet - or, in our case, toward the center of our basement. The choice, though, is yours, and you can hang it either way.

Below: You can hang your boots so the soles face toward the wall, or toward the center of the room. (Photo courtesy of Boot Butler. Used with permission.)

The Boot Butler can face in our out


Our Boot Butler Review

Here at CowboyWay.com we have our own Boot Butler, and we've written a review of it that you can find here: Boot Butler review. (<<<This link will open in a new window.)

Or, here's the short version:

The Boot Butler has allowed us to move a long line of boots up off the floor (yea!) and hang them in a neat, vertical column. It doesn't take up much space to hang 5 pairs of boots, I can see and find the right pair easily, and it also helps hold the shape of our tall riding boots: When we're not wearing them, hanging them with the Boot Butler helps keep their tops straight and crease-free, and we don't need to stuff empty plastic bottles down into their tops anymore. The Boot Butler is a "win."

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