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post #1 of 8 Old 06-06-2015, 07:46 PM Thread Starter
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Glove storage/orginization

How do you guys store your gloves? I have probably 7 or 8 pairs for different riding conditions, I always just set them somewhere or they end up in a pile on the kitchen table. I have an empty wall next to where I hang my jackets that I could use, but I don't have any good ideas... Help me out!

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I have a shelf in my garage that my jackets, pants, etc hang under. On the shelf the helmets and gloves are placed there. usually in one spot I will stack all of my extra gloves and then the seasonal/often used gloves I will put in their own spots next to the daily use helmet.

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Just for reference, this is my current set up
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I have a wire mesh basket mounted on the wall of may garage right over where I hang my jackets. I put all of my gloves, neck gaiters, and any other small misc riding gear in there.

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Just for reference, this is my current set up
Similar to mine. Just lower your hang line about 1-2 feet lower, put a shelf over it and then you can put your helmet, gloves, etc there. The basket idea that mike mention is also good. I'll grab a hanging basket next time I'm at ikeas.

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post #6 of 8 Old 06-06-2015, 09:26 PM
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I keep at least one extra pair of gloves in the side case on the bike. I have a stack of rubbermaid containers for winter gear, boots & gloves, camping gear, etc.



I have since this picture taken over the closet under the stairs to hang my jackets & pants. I put a shelf with a closet bar in my office too. Helmets can go high on a wall using a $2 stainless dog bowl. (5 inch diameter at the rim)





BTW: How are those Dainese gloves holding up?
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post #7 of 8 Old 06-07-2015, 12:41 PM
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I have a small utility closet I turned into a gear closet. Put in a make shift electrician coat hanger out of some 1" emt. Then I have a cabinet by the bike for the helmets. Put an outlet in for charging the scala riders. The gopro is usually above my wife's helmet but my brother is using it at the moment.

Then I have a treasure chest like luggage chest used by some family member years ago. That holds the soft saddle bags and other miscl. Stuff I barely use




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I also put a motion sensor light In the closet. Turns on and off automatically.

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