Why should you have a boot tray near your doors?
● a place for wet, muddy boots
● keeping dirt, snow, sand and water from spreading onto floors or carpets
● a place to hold shoes at the door if you don’t want people wearing shoes in your home
Reviews of the 5 Best Boot Trays
This is one of the best: a boot tray with drip grids. Your boots aren’t sitting in water and this way the boot soles have a chance to dry faster. The boots sit on the grid, the water drips down into the tray. It’s a generous 46.5″ long, and 15.5″ deep, with an extra-deep rim, large enough to hold several pairs of boots or shoes. You could even stand a wet umbrella on it, resting the spike on the top of the umbrella in one of the grid holes, thus allowing the umbrella itself to lean against a wall.
Customers love this boot tray. A few have said that there is a strong smell initially (like the smell of new rubber), but a couple of nights airing them outdoors fixes that.
A best seller! People love this “everything” boot tray. What’s so special about it? First of all, it’s very affordable. It’s also small enough to hold dog and cat bowls or a pair of boots without taking up too much room. It cleans easily. It does what it’s supposed to do.
Another winner with customers! This boot, pet and garden tray is also great for pet trays and garden trays as well as wet boots. It’s of good quality, with indented sides to add a bit more interest to the look of the tray.
For a more sophisticated look, a boot tray in a bronze finish looks stunning in an entryway or foyer. The Good Directions Boot Tray is galvanized steel with a Venetian bronze finish. This particular tray has the squares design, and it’s also available in circles and pine cones.
The Tierra Garden Boot Tray is pricier than some of the other plastic and rubber trays for a reason: it’s very sturdy. It holds 3 pairs of boots. There’s not much more that can be said about boot trays. We can only go by what others have experienced, and they like this one.