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Product Highlights

  • Freestanding! No need to mount or destroy your walls
  • Designed to hold fat powder skis up to 140mm at tail
  • No tools required - plug and play
  • Made from durable and rigid polycarbonate
  • Made in the USA!
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Powder Ski Rack | Free Standing | 4 Pairs

Retail Price: $99.99
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Product Highlights

  • Freestanding! No need to mount or destroy your walls
  • Designed to hold fat powder skis up to 140mm at tail
  • No tools required - plug and play
  • Made from durable and rigid polycarbonate
  • Made in the USA!
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Product Description

This Powder Ski Rack makes it easy to store your skis! No tools required, no need to drill into your walls, just get this ski rack out of the box, snap on the base stabilizers, put your skis in, and you are done! Set it up wherever you want to store your skis - garage, basement, retail shop, lodge, rental, anywhere. Great for rental homes and apartments that can't mount racks to walls.

How does the rack work with my skis? The rack is simple to use, it comes in a box as 3 pieces: the 1 base that holds your skis plus the 2 legs that slide into the base. The base has 8 slots to fit a total of 4 pairs of skis, 1 slot for each ski. This is great so each ski is supported separately in the rack, although you can always add Velcro Ski Straps for additional support. Looking for a place to put your poles? You can put the straps over the tips of your skis and this rack will hold your poles as well.

How many skis will it hold? This Rack fits 4 pairs of "powder skis." See fit information below.

What size skis does it fit?

  • 11.5" tall support in the base for each ski
  • Fits skis that are less than 140 mm at their base. 
  • For narrower standard skis (up to 114 mm), choose the Standard Ski version of this rack (fits 5 pairs)!
  • For snowboards, check out the Snowboard version of this rack!

What is the rack made of? A very durable, sturdy polycarbonate (heavy duty plastic) so it will withstand years of use yet is light and portable so you can move it anywhere you want. You also don't have to worry about it warping or shrinking like wood racks. Its vertical design is perfect so that after your ski session as snow melts off your skis and bindings it drips right out the bottom of the rack. 

  • Base is 15" wide x 12.5" tall x 25" long
  • Each ski slot is 140 mm wide
  • To ensure proper fit - measure the width of the tail of your skis
  • Weighs 9 lbs

Hey! This is Josh from StoreYourBoard.com here today to talk about Freestanding Ski Racks. I got a couple of models. We’ve got a standard version, a powder ski version, and the deluxe one that holds up to 16 pairs of skis. The great thing about Freestanding Ski Racks is you don’t have to anchor it to a wall. You don’t have to screw and drill and mess up your drywall and do all other stuff. It comes with a box. You pop the feet in and you’re good to go.

The two different versions work the same. They’re like this. They’re made of solid rugged plastic and they have these feet on the bottom. When you get them, they come like this. This part is fully assembled, and all you have to do is pop the feet in, which is basically a channel, and all you do is slide it, see it that way maybe, slide it on through. Then you’ve got your legs. It’s super easy to set up. No tools required. Sets up in a couple of minutes. No problem.

What we have is a couple of versions. This is our standard version. It has five slots – one, two, three, four, five – and each are 4.5 inches wide, so that’s the width of your tails that you need to measure and that’s going to be that dimension. That’s important because the newer powder ski version was designed to accommodate those wide skis, and as you can see, that distance is about 5.5 inches or 140 millimeters to fit the bigger fatter skis.

The other thing that you want to look at and I’ll show you this side by side is depending on how much upturn you have in your tails, this distance right there is smaller on the standard versus the freestanding. So on the freestanding version, you’ve got probably 2-3/8 and on the standard version, you’ve got more like 1-7/8, so depending on how high your upturn of your ski is on the back, you’ve got to worry about fitting them in as well. Those are the two versions. They’re similar in price. You can get 5 in with the standard; you can get 4 in with the powder ski version, but you can fit a lot fatter skis.

I’ll show you how they work right now. We got a couple of different types of skis. These are more of a race ski, definitely no problem fitting in the standard version. So what happens is you put your skis together like this, and then what you do is you split them down the center spline right there, and that’s how they get held. You insert them like that and they stand up no problem, no hassle, easy-peasy. You got that.

It also works for a pair of old mountain skis. You put it back here and then we also have a pair of Telemark skis, which you need to have a ski band to put these in like this, but once you have your ski band, go ahead and put that in and they all work great. Really super easy simple solution for you, for your skis. Some people ask us what to do with the poles, and a good idea for what you do with the poles is you just take this loop and put it over – we put them in this lower rack and put them over the shovel of the ski right like that. We have the skis in your poles right there. Easy to use.

Let me finish by showing you this big old 16 version skis. If you have a bunch of skis, you own a shop, you have a condo unit, this is a great option. It comes like this. Basically, all that’s changed is you got a bigger brace on the bottom where you can fit up to four of these in one piece. That’s it. Check it out. Buy now. StoreYourBoard.com. Thank you.

Sturdy rack
Posted: September 20, 2017
Written by: Jeanie P.
Rating:5

I am pleased with this rack, can move it around and no holes in the wall

B Smith Review
Posted: August 31, 2017
Written by: Barry S.
Rating:5

Just as advertised. On time and perfect condition.

Ski
Posted: August 30, 2017
Written by: Abby T.
Rating:2

It is really cheaply produced considering the price, disappointing

Great Item!
Posted: April 30, 2017
Written by: Alan P.
Rating:5

This is a perfect way to store up to four pairs of skis and poles. Took less than a minute to assemble and keeps the skis out of the way of any other sports gear. Also, you can move it off-season to another part of your garage so it's not in your way.

Ski rack
Posted: April 26, 2017
Written by: Bill S.
Rating:5

Well made. Does exactly what it is supposed to do, hold skis.

Great product and seller.
Posted: April 19, 2017
Written by: Thomas D.
Rating:5

My powder ski rack arrived quicker than expected. Assembly was a snap and my wider powder boards fit perfectly and are very stable in the rack. Price was right and I will look to StoreYourBoard for future needs.

Top quality product
Posted: March 8, 2017
Written by: Ryan M.
Rating:5

Got just what I was expecting. High quality and simple to put together. I purchased a skateboard rack previously both have exceeded expectations.

Holds my Head skis & poles perfectly
Posted: February 22, 2017
Written by: Eileen R.
Rating:5

Nice having free standing ski rack works great.

Powder Ski Rack | Free Standing | 4 Pairs
Powder Ski Rack, 4 pairs
Posted: February 17, 2017
Written by: Barry
Rating:3

Sorry, but skis are not snug and therefore not stable. There is just enough sway that the skis could cause the rack to tip or at least hit the wall that I had placed next to. Skis that I tried were the Volkl Mantra 118 at tail, the Fischer Watea 118 at tail, and the Fischer Watea 107 at tail.

Have to admit the rack was quick to set up.

Powder Ski Rack
Posted: January 25, 2017
Written by: Maria D.
Rating:5

Nice and sturdy for our big boards; easy set up too!

Easy to use!
Posted: January 18, 2017
Written by: Tracy K.
Rating:5

The rack was completely assembled and ready to use. I had my 4 sets of skis in the rack minutes after it was delivered. There is so much room in the slots my poles fit in the rack too!

60 second assembly
Posted: January 18, 2017
Written by: John P.
Rating:5

Best rack ever. Snow drains on floor and easy in and out and very stable.

Great racks
Posted: December 12, 2016
Written by: Lisa B.
Rating:5

Great ski and snowboard rack that does not cause damage to walls etc...removable for bike season :o)_

Awesome stand
Posted: November 16, 2016
Written by: John P.
Rating:5

It took longer opening the box then assembly. Skis fit great and no hassle mounting on a wall.

Clean, space-efficient storage
Posted: November 2, 2016
Written by: Ann W.
Rating:5

We are short on storage space and needed to store two pairs of powder skis and two pairs of regular skis without damaging our old plaster walls. This rack is perfect for our needs! It is just the right size-- big enough for the skis without being bulky. The skis are well supported by the rack if you use a band around the top of the ski.

I'd add that the customer service was great as well. I'm already shopping at StoreYourBoard for my next gear storage solution.

Organized
Posted: October 28, 2016
Written by: Teresa M.
Rating:5

I have been working on organizing a room I call our sports room. In the past I had a ski rack that hung on the wall. It seemed the skis always ended up leaned up against the wall instead of hanging. I believe that this free standing ski rack will help with the chaos. It is heavy duty plastic and very stable.

Ski rack
Posted: April 27, 2016
Written by: Melinda A.
Rating:5

Fits our wide powder skis great. We want to purchase a regular one for our all terrain skinner skis as well.

Free Standing Powder Ski Rack
Posted: February 10, 2016
Written by: Brian A.
Rating:5

The Free Standing Powder Ski Racks is as described. It came well packed with fast shipping. Thanks

Great
Posted: February 11, 2015
Written by: Wallace A.
Rating:5

Great product! Sure beats standing them up against the wall in a home-made rack.
Thanks

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Q:
I have a few different skis, all different shapes. How well does a small race ski sit in the powder ski rack?
A:
Our Powder Ski stand should work fine for your race skis. As long as the stand is sitting on a level surface, the skis should stand up no problem.
Q:
What are the dimensions of the floor rack, for both the regular and fat ski stands?

A:
Our Freestanding Powder ski rack,which holds 4 pairs of skis that are up to 140mm at tail, has these dimensions:

25" long
12.5" tall
15" wide

Our Freestanding Ski Rack, which hold 5 skis that are up to 114 MM at their tail, has these measurements:

27" long
12" tall
15" wide
Q:
Does this rack work with tail rockered twin tip skis? Would my 6 year olds skis also fit in the powder rack?
A:
Your tail rockered twin-tips should be fine in this powder ski stand - you will probably need to use a ski band with them, and the would need to otherwise fit the dimensions of the stand, with their tail being no more than 140 mm wide. Children's skis shouldn't be a problem in the larger stand.
Q:
I am interested in ordering a stand for my skies, but I am not sure which one will work better, the one for 4 or 5 skis.
A:
The basic difference in the two stands is that the 4 ski stand holds larger powder skis, up to 140 mm at their tail, and the 5 ski stand holds smaller skis, up to 114 mm at their tail. We also have a video on the listing that shows them both, in case that helps you get a better idea of how skis fit in them (you can find the video here as well: https://youtu.be/wSp3sazuUa4).
Q:
Will thinner skis stand up properly in this ski rack – have both types.
A:
Smaller/thinner skis work fine in the powder ski rack - so you should be able to use it for both types of skis.
Q:
I have Rossignol S7 Skis. Will they fit in this rack - they have a twin tip?
A:
Some twin-tip skis can work in this powder ski stand - but we actually can't guarantee yours will. The tail will still need to be no more than 140 mm wide, and you would most likely need to use ski bands to keep them stable in the stand; if so, they might work fine in this stand.
Q:
Would I be able to use the ski holder for downhill skis as well as xcountry skis?
A:
The basic thing you have to look at with whether your different sets of skis will fit thisfreestanding rack (5 pairs)is how wide they are at the tail - it works for skis that are up to 114 mm at their tail, or about 4.5" wide at the tail. If any of your pairs are wider than that, they won't work, and you would want to consider the larger,powder version (4 pairs)of the ski stand, which fits skis up to 140 mm at their tail, or about 5.5" wide at tail. The other consideration is the upturn in your tails - you have about 2.78" of space in the powder (4 pair) wider version to fit your upturn, and 1.78" in the standard (5 pair) version for the upturn.For some skis, they will fit but you may need or want to use ski bands to help support them in the rack. Our video on the listing may also give you an idea how the stands work for different types of skis.
Q:
I need one of the standard size and one of the wide ski racks. However, I dont have enough floor space to put them side by side so they need to be "stacked". Can I buy one of each and then longer feet to allow them to be stacked?I don't need the 16 pair rack and don't have enough floor space to stack three racks.
A:
Unfortunately, the manufacturer of our freestanding ski stands, in the standard and wider size, has not made legs available to combine the units one in front of each other like that. It is not available at this time. You could just place one stand in front of the other, if I am understanding what you are seeking to do - but they won't join up to conserve space more. So if two floor stands won't work, I would be inclined to suggest a wall rack for at least some of your skis - I realize you may have already considered this and/or ruled it out for some reason, but we have some economical models that can hold a lot of skis (both vertical and horizontal options). You can find them here: https://www.storeyourboard.com/ski-wall-racks/.

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