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IKEA Ennuden Tactical Gear Stand. Wait, Huh?

When you’re a gear reviewer, you tend to have a lot of gear lying around your place.  My wife (bless her) has been more than patient dealing with all the mess.  But, by my admission, lately its been bordering on ridiculousness.  Bags especially take up a lot of room.  I’ve been meaning to get a wall hook setup but I wasn’t looking forward to installing it.  So I’ve been thinking about alternatives.

Well, it so happened that we were spending our way through our local IKEA when I spotted the ENNUDEN Hat and Coat Stand.  I said, “wouldn’t that make a great bag rack” and not surprisingly my wife enthusiastically endorsed the idea because: 1) She was tired of my procrastination on finding a solution to organize my crap, and 2) the ENNUDEN was cheap.  

The ENNUDEN Stand was monkey simple to put together requiring only a Phillips head screwdriver.  Here is the finished product…

 

The IKEA Ennuden Tactical Gear Stand

The IKEA Ennuden Tactical Gear Stand

 

And here it is in “action”…

 

Can you name the gear?

Can you name the gear?

 

Of course, it doesn’t come close to holding all my gear but it keeps the bags and jackets I now have in rotation organized and accessible.  It also doesn’t take up a lot of space.  The rack is a little light but I put my range bag on the bottom, which is usually filled with ammunition, to give it more stability.  I also equally distributed the packs around its perimeter.  

It ended up being perfect.  Damn, those Swedes think of everything. 😉

The ENNUDEN Hat and Coat Rack retails for $29.99 and is available online and in IKEA stores. 

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6 Responses so far.

  1. Gnarly says:

    What?!?! No cap or hat on top?

  2. […] first person to guess the Make AND Model of all the identifiable gear shown in the pic of my new IKEA “Tactical Gear Stand“ (4 Bags/1 Jacket) will get an extra ten entries to the contest.  Know your gear and […]

  3. David Coffey says:

    Anytime you get too many bags and you feel the need to give one away, just send me an email. I have been desperately wanting a maxpedition backpack, but can’t get one on a ministers salary. :-) Just kidding about giving one away, but I think I can afford one of these for the little bit of stuff I have. Thanks for the review!

  4. dan says:

    Maxpedition Xantha (awesome)
    Maxpedition Monkey Combat Admin Pouch
    Maxpedition Jumbo EDC (with a Maxpedition Gear Retractor)
    Go Ruck Bullet 10
    Vertx EDC Gamut
    Camelbak Mil Tac HAWG
    TAD Gear Stealth LT

    • Blaine B. says:

      Hey Dan. Thought you guys would like that. 😉

      For everyone’s benefit: We’re currently field testing the Xantha. That review should come out next month. The Jumbo EDC has been a mainstay in my personal collection for years. It’s hands-down my favorite light duty shoulder pack. In fact, I’ll be carrying it next week when the family and I visit St. Croix.

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