This Freestanding Longboard Rack is one of the best longboard racks we have ever seen for storing your board upright. This longboard display rack is second to none as far as stability, quality, and universality are concerned. We highly recommend this stand if you are looking to show off your surfboard's art. The rack is minimalistic in design, so it doesn't cover up much of the board and won't distract from your board's looks.
How it works: This rack relies on a 3-point contact system to securely hold your surfboard in place. There are two arms that hold onto the board's side rails and a U-shaped cradle at the bottom to catch your board's tail. Each arm is a steel rod with a U-shaped, rubberized end that snuggly grasps around your board's rails (i.e. edges). The magic of this rack is in the flexibility of the arms. The steel arms act as a spring (akin to a leaf spring) that constantly wants to keep pressure on your board. To insert a surfboard into the rack, you simply spread the arms, drop your board in, then let the arms spring back into place. Easy!
Universality is one of the best features of the Longboard Surfboard rack. This rack will gladly accommodate a wide variety of types and sizes of surfboards. Additionally, the rack's tail cradle can hold square, pin, squash, rounded, and swallow tail designs! Unless you have some completely experimental board design, you can feel confident this rack will hold your board and hold it well.
One word of caution - longboards can be massive! If you plan on using this rack in your home or place of business, please double check your ceiling height. The typical residential ceiling height is 8ft. Some longboards are longer than this! Since this rack will hold your board about 6" off the floor, you need to add 6" to your measurement to make sure everything will fit. This is not to say this is a poor indoor surfboard rack. In fact, we've seen plenty of people use it indoors to show off their favorite toys, but you just need to double check it will fit in your own home.
Howdy! I’m Andrew from StoreYourBoard.com. I’m here to talk to you today about our Freestanding Surfboard Rack. This is a great rack. It’s popular among our customers because it’s so easy to use. It’s very stable. It holds surfboards up to 9 feet tall, and it’s portable, so you can move it around your house, your garage, wherever you need to store your surfboard.
The rack itself is very light yet sturdy, made out of steel. You can see here there’s a 3-point contact system that will hold your longboard. The tail of your board will contact this piece and the two sides will come in, collapsing tightly around your board, holding it very quick. The pieces that contact your surfboard are colored in heavy-duty rubber, so there is no worry about dinging or damaging your surfboard while you’re racking it.
It’s portable, so you can set it up anywhere you like, and you set it on your floor. It’s this easy to mount your board. Apply some downward pressure. Insert your board into the rack, and you have it standing vertically wherever you need to store your surfboard. A great feature about this rack is that if you noticed, this longboard has its fins in, so you can store surfboards with just about any type of fin setup. There are some other freestanding surfboard racks like you’re not able to store your board with their fins in.
For this reason, you can use this surfboard rack on the board you use every day, keeping your fins in, or you can also use it for a classic board that you got to store and display in your living room to make a great art piece for your house. Other than that, it’s so simple to use. It’s portable and it’s really popular among our customers. So check it out on StoreYourBoard.com today.
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