Double the storage of our bestselling Stainless Steel SUP and Kayak Rack. That's right, same bullet proof rack, double the arms. Now you can store up to 10 kayaks and SUPs on one dockside rack.
This is our top of the line, outdoor kayak and SUP storage rack. Made of stainless steel and customizable with straight and angled arms to fit your configuration of kayaks and paddleboards, this rack is built to stand up to serious outdoor exposure. The heck with lugging your paddleboards and kayaks around every time you want to use them. Get this rack and leave them at the water's edge. Customize it to fit up to 10 paddleboards, up to 10 kayaks, or a mix of both.
Made of Stainless Steel. To be precise, this rack is constructed from 1-1/2” diameter, 304 marine grade mirror polished stainless steel tubing with 356 anodized aluminum connection joints. This is heavy duty stuff that is built to withstand outdoor exposure for many years. We know docks, decks, and other outdoor spaces suited for this rack get hit with nasty weather, and this rack is built to handle it all while storing your paddleboards and kayaks safely and securely. If you're going to leave your gear out on your dock, check out this SUP lock or kayak lock for theft protection.
How is it secured to the ground? This rack is made to be bolted to your dock, deck, or any other floor space using included mounting hardware. The entire rack sits over your dock or floor space.
How many kayaks and SUPs can it hold? Holds up to 10 paddleboards, 10 kayaks, or a mix of both. Select your mix of straight and angled rack arms to fit your kayaks and SUPs.
Rack Arms: Made of stainless steel and include stainless steel installation fasteners. All arms come as pairs (set of 2). Each arm's tip has a tie down point to use to secure your kayaks or SUPs (tie downs not included). UV resistant foam padding covers the arms to protect your kayaks and SUPs when racking and unracking. Note that the base of the rack serves as 2 straight storage arms.
- Straight Arms: best suited for kayak storage, are 36" long. Can add up to 8 sets of straight arms in addition to the base straight arms.
- Angled Arms: best suited for SUP storage, holding your paddleboards on an angle, are 20-5/8" long. Can add up to 8 sets of angled arms in addition to the base straight arms.
Returning this item: Please be aware that this is a Special Oversized Item and is subject to restocking fees up to 20%. For more information visit our Return Policy Page.
- Rack is 64-1/8" tall x 62-1/6" deep
- Base arm level is 30" long
- Straight arms are 36" long
- Angled arms are 20-5/8" long
- Each set of arms supports 100 lbs
- Supports up to 1,000 lbs total
- Available configurations:
- 2 straight bases + 0-8 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 1 straight arm + 0-7 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 2 straight arms + 0-6 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 3 straight arms + 0-5 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 4 straight arms + 0-4 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 5 straight arms + 0-3 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 6 straight arms + 0-2 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 7 straight arms + 0-1 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 8 straight arms + 0 angled arms
- 2 straight bases + 0-8 straight arms
Can you recommend a solution to store and lock kayaks and paddleboards securely outside? Thank you. 2-3 paddle boards and 2 kayaks.
There are a couple ways to secure your boards and kayaks, that can be used in conjunction with this SUP/Kayak rack. For your SUPs, we would recommend SUP dock locks,
which is a cable and locking system, that attaches to either your SUP's leash plug or fin box, and you can order extra jaw clamps with the main cable, so that you can use one dock lock cable to secure several boards at once. There is also a kayak dock lock
;the kayak jaw-clamps attach to 1/2" or 3/4" kayak accessory rails. Some other locking system alternatives for kayaks can be found here
, and include some locking tie-down straps. Using something like the dock locks though is a versatile way to secure your boards to the rack and/or to the wall, or a fence or other stationary item.
What is the height clearance for both kayaks (assuming the bottom two spaces are designed for kayaks and the top 3 for sups)?
Our stainless steel SUP/Kayak rack is an adjustable system, so you can place the arms (either SUP or Kayak arms) at many different levels. If you go with 4 arms, with the lower two levels being for your kayaks, you would probably have about 17.5 or so inches for your kayaks, but you could probably get more inches by placing the SUP levels closer together if your SUPs aren't that thick. Also, the SUP arms on this system angle upwards, so that gives you a little extra clearance room below the angled arms.
I'm looking to store a canoe, two kayaks and a sup. Wondering how far apart the arms are and if the space could be adjusted big enough for my canoe to fit on the bottom set of arms? It is a 17' Grumman aluminum. Also, I would probably go with all straight arms and put the sup on the top set so wonder how accessible that would be in terms of height above the dock?
This rack system is adjustable on where you can set either type of arm (straight or angled) and has multiple places to set the arms, but how well a large canoe will fit on it, along with the kayaks & SUPs may be a question-mark. It really would depend on how deep your Grumman is. It *might* be do-able; but the length of the canoe could be an issue if not on the bottom level, as the rack is about 5 1/2 feet long, so you will have quite a bit of canoe on either end (about 6 feet on either side of the rack).
To answer your other question, on storing the SUP on the top set (using a straight set of arms), the rack itself is about 69" tall - so about 5' tall; so the top rung of arms will be near to the top of that height, for reference.
Can the rack stand alone on a level concrete or grass surface? Or is it adaptable? I don't have a dock but need an salt-water-proof marine grade rack for 5 SUP boards.
This SUP/Kayak rack does need to be bolted down to a surface; it does not work as a freestanding rack. For your area, where you need marine-grade materials, to hold that many boards, the only choices I currently have to suggest would include these log racks: https://www.storeyourboard.com/6-sup-and-kayak-outdoor-wood-log-rack-freestanding-storage/
They can withstand salt air environments and are freestanding and strong - holding up to 100 lbs per level.
I don't have another good suggestion for hold multiple boards one above each other, that is freestanding... but other freestanding alternatives would include these stands, that hold your boards on their sides, one in front of the other, if you had the space for them: https://www.storeyourboard.com/sup-rack-for-docks-and-piers-marine-grade/
Those stands can hold up to 3 boards, and while they can be bolted to a surface, they also can also be used freestanding if you have a level surface to place them on; their material is marine grade starboard.
There would be other alternatives if you had a wall to attach a rack to.
Can this be used as an indoor storage rack? just free standing against a wall?
Can this serve as a free standing unit? I was thinking of setting it on the beach. Is that possible?
No, this Kayak/SUP rack does not have a freestanding base or feet - it has to be mounted to a dock/pier surface. We have freestanding options here.