There are two keys to a quality skate storage system. First, it should keep skates dry and well ventilated. This will prevent water damage to the boot and blade, and allow the boot interior to completely dry out after use, reducing odor and maximizing boot life.
Secondly, it should make skates easy to locate to expedite customer service, especially during busy periods. Boots should be clearly labeled, as should their storage location. They can be further organized by hockey/figure, male/female and adult/child classifications. The most heavily used skates should be the most convenient to reach; lesser used skates can be kept in the back. Use common sense and layout your storage system accodringly.
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