The Perfect Multi-Board Storage System: The Freestanding Surf Rack is the perfect choice if you have a large quiver of surfboards or if you're a retail shop owner. This rack can easily support up to 5 large surfboards or longboards. This rack was made with the serious surf enthusiast in mind and is made from premium quality parts. It also features a multi-stage rust prevention process, so it can be used outdoors in freshwater locations. This rack is made from the same materials as our super popular Surf Storage Rack so we have 100% confidence you'll love it.
Convenient freestanding design: One of the best features about this surfboard rack is that it is freestanding. No need to find studs, mark up your walls, or even have wall space at all! This makes the Freestanding Surf Rack perfect for retail and rental shops. If you need a way to display and store your boards in the middle of your shop, then you won't find a rack better than this.
High-density foam padding: The Freestanding Surf Rack's arms are padded with a thick, nitrile foam - the high-density stuff, not cheap pipe insulation padding. This is high quality closed-cell foam that will protect your board from dents, dings, and scuffs. Rest assured that your boards will sit comfortably and won't get scratched or nicked thanks to this high quality material.
Removable arms: Another great feature about the arms is that they are removable. Attaching and detaching the arms is as simple as a push pin. Additionally, the arms can be mounted upside down or right side up. When mounting the arms right side up, the arm will be angled up 15 degrees relative to the horizon. When mounting upside down, the arms will be angled up at about 5 degrees (almost horizontal). The arms are equally strong mounted in either position, so picking how you want them is simply a matter of preference.
New for 2017: the base of the rack is redesigned as a flat base to increase rack stability and the foam padding has been removed from the base.
How to get the most out of your rack:
How’s it? Andrew from StoreYourBoard.com, here to talk to you today about our Five Freestanding Surfboard Rack. You can see the rack right behind me. This thing is a beast. It will hold your five surfboards and then some. It’s made out of powder-coated steel, so it can handle all your surfboards. Right now, we’ve got two longboard surfboards loaded in two of the levels. You’ll see three more levels here that we’re going to stack a few more boards on.
We’re also going to show you how some assembly is required to fit the rack arms in. It’s actually very simple. You clip out the simple pushpin, so I’ve got the rack arm right here. You’ll see it’s got a nice foam padding to protect your board when you’re racking it or un-racking it, and you can insert the rack arms. It’s easy.
With the rack arm is also another nice feature. There’s a hole for a pushpin on both sides of the arms, so you can insert it like this or you can change the angle of your rack by inserting the pin like this. Now we’re going to set it up this way for our reference, but I also want to point out that the rack arms themselves are 28 inches wide and there’s 11 inches between the rack levels.
So right now, we’ve got some longboards like I said with some long center fins, and there’s really no problem with the clearance between the levels. Now I’m going to take a few more boards, add them to the rack. Here we’ve got actually a 9-inch center single fin on this Joel Tudor surfboard. Again, you’ll notice that there’s 2 extra inches there.
We’ll go to the fourth level. I’ve got a thruster with the three-fin set up. We’ll set up on this rack. I actually heard some of our customers mention that there is no padding on this back piece, so if you jam your surfboards all the way to the back of the rack, you might be worried about denting them. The thing is you don’t have to do that. These rubber arms will keep your surfboard in place. You don’t have to push them all the way to the back. Don’t worry about it. Then here we’ve got our fifth surfboard for the top level.
I mentioned that this rack is made out of powder-coated steel. It means it’s a great option indoors in your garage, maybe in your shed. It also works in some outdoor environments, but we don’t recommend it for saltwater environments. If you’re ocean side, maybe it’s not going to work for your deck. For the rest of us, it should work just fine. Just take a look at the five boards stored in the rack. It’s a very sturdy rack. It’s not going anywhere. They’re all protected. They’re padded, and this is exactly what you want for your garage, for your home. Check it out on your website today, StoreYourBoard.com.
You would think one rack would be enough, but I liked it enough to buy a second for the other 5 boards.
This rack was easy to assemble, is sturdy and holds all of our boards. We have seven.....we placed two on the feet, upside down. We love it!
We weren't allowed to attach anything to his dorm room wall. He has a good sized dorm at PLNC. But, by the time you stuff two beds, two desks, and two refrigerators, there was no room for his surfboards. The Free Standing Rack was the perfect solution. I removed the lower board posts and placed the rack behind his bed and was able to store three boards above his bed.
Only thing I would change is to make the rack a little taller to give more space between boards and bed.
Great freestanding rack. The padding on the racks is good and there is plenty of room between the boards. The rack is sturdy and the base has little adjustable discs so you can balance the rack. The assembly instructions were easy to follow. The base of the rack is slightly different than the photo online. We are really happy with this rack.
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