Simple, easy, and affordable – pretty awesome features for a kayak rack! The Hanging Kayak Strap Rack is the perfect low cost solution for you to get your kayaks up off the floor. You’ve invested a lot of time and money into your kayak, so don’t let it get damaged by sitting in your backyard or your garage’s floor.
The Hanging Kayak Strap Rack is a well thought out storage solution for your kayak. It has adjustable straps that let you adjust the size of the sling’s opening, and it also has quick-release buckles that make it super easy to take off and on. Additionally, there is a loop that allows you to store a paddle along with your kayak.
This kayak rack is great because it can be hung from a wall or ceiling. It comes with heavy-duty stainless steel eye bolts that allow you to conveniently mount to a structural surface (a wall or ceiling). The storage capacity is 50lbs, which means it can accommodate most kayaks.
Get organized and get your favorite toy up off the floor with the Hanging Kayak Strap Rack.
Purchased this hanging kayak strap for mainly an emergency strap in case my main rope broke or some how slept from the tie down cleat. Kind of a security piece of mind for me. The strap is great, nice webbing and hooks. Shipping was fast and the store your board site was easy to use. Great experience. Will use again.
We just purchased a second home. We do not have time to build a shed or garage...I also did not want them on the ground for obvious reasons. or seen from the front or side of the house.... And I still use them.
I strapped them under the back deck. EASY....My Kayaks are heavy.
They are out of the way and safe.....
Best purchase I made. I looked at the stands, other hooks and these are by far the easiest and best idea. AWESOME.....
Everything that was needed was in the box, its such a simple design its insane and works perfectly in my garage. Win/win/win!
What is the full length of the strap for one kayak? Need to know since I am hanging it from the ceiling in the garage.
For these kayak straps, you adjust them around the length of your kayak in the sideways position they hold the kayak -- so you would need to plan for a minimum of that length (basically, your boat's width), plus account for a little extra length in the straps, which will vary, but is probably in the 1 to 2 foot range.
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