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(WXIA) -- Shoes everywhere -- that's the story for Candis Blades. She just moved into a new apartment and really hasn't found a place for her shoe collection.

"Maybe I can find a match, maybe I can't," she says while digging through a bin full of shoes.

Candis is eager to try Shoes Under, which claims to keep shoes organized and dust-free under a bed. But her first impression doesn't inspire much confidence.

"It looks tight, and I wear a lot of heels, and I'm not sure all of the heels will fit," she says.

On the Shoes Under commercial, 12 pairs of shoes fit comfortably into the product.

"These must be children's shoes," Candis jokes.

As she has lots of high heels and a size 9 foot, Candis struggles to make her shoes fit. To make matters worse, the device collapses when she tries to push it under the bed.

Overall, Shoes Under is a bust for Candis. She gives it two thumbs down.

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