Hobbies can either make or break a relationship. If you’re the type of person who spends most of their free time embracing everything the Pacific Northwest has to offer, you probably have enough hobbies to fill a small room, and your gear could probably fill a small house. Rather than making your significant other deal with more gear hidden under your bed, in your kitchen cabinets, under the driver’s seat of your car, etc., why not get the right size storage unit to do all the concealing for you?
Your Small Gear (Rock Climbing, Snowshoeing, Bouldering)
Your small gear may be taking up more space than you care to admit—and it may be driving your significant
Your Large Gear (Camping Stuff, Kayaks, Canoes)
The gear that takes up the most space is camping gear. With tents, sleeping bags, pads, grills, backpacks, and everything else you need to embrace your inner Bear Grylls, you may be wondering how you’ll ever be able to store it all. With a large 10×10 unit, you can store all of your camping gear, kayaks, canoes, a small house, and even a family of raccoons in your unit.
Your “I Have Too Much Gear” Gear
If you have small gear,
Having all of your outdoor gear out of your house and into one centralized location can be a real game changer. Not only will you keep your significant other happy, but you’ll probably also have an easier time finding everything when you actually need to use it.
If you’re more of a visual learner, check out our interactive size selector to determine how much room you’ll actually need. Let us help you save your relationship and find the right storage unit to store all of your gear in either Washington or Oregon.