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Product Highlights

  • Premium quality rack - handmade!
  • Looks great - Ash wood stained and finished
  • Stores flat against wall making it very compact
  • All mounting hardware included
  • Made in the USA!
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Clearance | Compact Wood Surfboard Wall Rack | Demo

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Product Highlights

  • Premium quality rack - handmade!
  • Looks great - Ash wood stained and finished
  • Stores flat against wall making it very compact
  • All mounting hardware included
  • Made in the USA!
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This is the clearance version of our very popular Compact Wood Surfboard Wall Rack. This clearance rack is 100% functional but has cosmetic imperfections, mostly light scratches from use as a demo. Examples of these cosmetic imperfections are shown in the photos. Clearance items are sold as-is, no warranty, no returns.

This is a premium hand-made surfboard rack. Perfect for your longboard or short board. Compact design keeps your board close to the wall and out of the way. Great way to show off your stick in style! Perfect to display your board and store it when you can’t be surfing. Makes a great gift.

Check out this Surfboard Wall Rack. This rack looks nicer than half the furniture in my house! When you pick it up it really feels sturdy and it is being that it is made from solid ash hardwood. In this day and age when it seems like everything is more flimsy and most "wood" products are some kind of cheap particle or wafer board with some plastic veneer, this is the REAL Stuff.

The construction quality is top notch and no corners are cut. The "arms" are screwed and pegged. Pegged ?!? that is unheard of these days, there is a dowel driven through the base plate and into the arms to give it that extra support to make sure your prized surfboard stays safely on the wall. All the edges are rounded using a router to give it that finished look and make sure nothing rubs your surfboard. The screw holes in the base plate are pre-drilled and countersunk with end caps included to hide the screws and really finish off the rack.

The great thing about such a nice rack is that it fits in with any room from really nice and elegant rooms to casual surfer beach residences. Not only does it look incredible, but it also does a really nice job of displaying and storing your surfboard. The upright arms really keep your surfboard close to the wall which makes it look pretty sweet plus it keeps it out of the way and doesn't take up much room.

If you are looking for a great looking surf rack that will last for a long time, this is it. Order Up!

Ride on,

Josh Gordon 
Owner

  • 16" tall along the wall
  • Arms are 9" tall
  • Arms stick out 7.25" from wall
  • Slot width of rack is 2.75"
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Howdy! I’m Andrew from StoreYourBoard.com. Right behind me is a great-looking rack that’s perfect for showing off and displaying surfboards inside your house. If you got a board that you need to mount in your bedroom, maybe your family room, or your living room, look no further than this Wood Surfboard Rack.

It’s got some really nice touches that will fit in with your home décor and make your surfboard look great. Obviously two sets of arms come with the rack. You’ll install to the wall a couple of mounting screws then you’ll insert your surfboard. I’m going to take this board out so you can get a closer look. A couple of details to point out in the rack. I don't know if you can notice, we don’t do close-ups unfortunately, but the screw holes have caps to cover them, so all you can see is wood while this is an outfit. Also the finish you’ll know and the edges are rounder, so that there’s not going to be damage when you insert your surfboard. No one is getting a splinter from this wood wall rack.

Then some relevant dimensions to know are that it is a very compact rack, and so that’s good in one regard and that will keep your board very close to the wall. It won’t interrupt your room in any way, but at the same time a few things to think about how the rack will interact with fins. It may not be an option for many or some boards to import with fins unless you want to face the board with fins outward because there’s only less than 3 inches from the back of the space where your board inserts into the rack to the wall.

Also to note there is that the slot for your board is only 2.75 inches thick, so if you’re looking at a thicker board like a thick long board, it may not fit. Check the thickness of your surfboard with this rack. But again if you got something that fits and you want something nice, this is like a piece of furniture for your house.

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Q:
I have a surfboard with the fin glassed into the board (non-removable fin), will this surf hanger work?
 
A:
This surfboard wall rack will work with a glassed in fin if you hang the surfboard with the fin facing outward.
 
Q:
How heavy of a surfboard will this surfboard display rack hold?
 
A:
The manufacturer's recommended weight limit for this rack is 20lbs. This surfboard display rack is handmade from wood, so there is a chance for imperfections in the wood that can affect how much weight it supports. In comparison a metal surf rack would typically be stronger and more consistent due to the properties of metal.
 
If your surfboard is very heavy or you are worried about weight constraints we would recommend a metal surfboard rack.
 
Q:
We want to display 2 surfboards (9'0 Hobie and a 7'3" Velzy), both have fixed fins. We want to display them with the fin facing the wall so the logos face out. The DK-SURFUNI Compact Wood Surfboard Wall Rack does not allow us to display the surfboards with the fin against the wall. Do you have any other options available? It looks like the front of the arm needs to be about 12" out from the wall and it presently is about 7" out from the wall.
 
A:
As you noticed, this Compact Wood Surfboard Rack is meant to keep a board up tight against the wall, so it won't allow for most (if any) fins to be left on facing the wall (it actually has less than 7" of space between where the board sits and the wall). One alternative in a wood rack might be the angled version, seen here:
 
 
That rack would give you a bit more space between the fin and the wall; it might depend on how the board sits in that rack since its at an angle, but you would have closer to the 12" you are looking for.

How long are your fins? Few of my wall racks are giving me 12" between the board and the arm, but depending on the actual length of the fins, there might be a couple of other options to look at. The length of your boards is generally not an issue, as you set each arm at whatever distance you need to support the overall length of the board.
 

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