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    New question here. Mtb Shoe Storage

    What is the best way to store your shoes in a car?

    Back story, my lifestyle (10hr work days) requires me to have all my gear in the car if I am to ride after work. This means for the most part my shoes, helmet and camelpack are in my car almost always. Does anyone have a system/method to store your mtb shoes and eliminate odors?

    I live in the midwest and sweat. On humid days, I can sweat through the tops of my shoes. I currently store my mtb shoes (Sidis) in a breathable bag.

    Wondering if anyone knew of a bag that is breathable and would filter out odors. Or-under the circumstances-do you have a better system?

    TIA!

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    Plastic storage tub in the trunk.

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    Milk crate
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Milk crate
    this what I have in the back of the car...shoes, helmet, u locks are in the milk crate. I keep my winter gloves, glasses, balaclava, winter helmet liner, and extra socks in a small, thin plastic container with a lid that snaps on...
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    Mtb Shoe Storage

    Made a similar post a bit back looking for ideas for a breathable gear bag. Liked the milk crate idea but wanted something with pockets to keep small items organized. Picked up one of these mesh beach bags from amazon and itís been working great. Shoes, helmet, gloves, and jerseys basically live in the bag and dry out regularly.

    Someone suggested keeping a cheap spare hip pack with the milk crate to solve the parts storage issue, which is a good idea as well.
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