This Ski Holder is the perfect rack to store and display your skis. Made from rugged and great looking Pacific Southwest Redwood this rack will stand the test of time. Redwood is very resistant to decay and weathering, you can even mount your rack in an outside area without worrying about warping or rot. These racks are handmade in Denver CO - so you can count on USA quality, not an imported mass produced rack.
This rack features beautifully routed edges to really give the ski rack a finished look.
This Ski Rack comes in 4 different sizes, holding 2 to 5 skis. Select from the drop menu the number of skis you need to store.
How far apart on the wall do you mount them? 16” or 32”?
You can set these ski holders as far apart as needed that works for the length of your skis, though you are going to want to mount them into wall studs, so the 16", or the 32", would work for that, since most standard studs are 16" apart.
We like the rack and it works well but I will say a couple of things about it in regards to our skis:
-It isn't deep enough to keep the bindings on the skis from hitting the wall
-The openings aren't large enough to fit all types of skis so a couple of pairs have to be in the openings at the very ends of the skis
What you see is what you get with this product. I bought the three pair holder, and it holds my two pairs and my girlfriend's pair no problem. I was worried that the different bindings and types of skis might struggle to fit in, but it was no problem. My widest pair on there is only 102cm underfoot, so I can't attest to how a real fat ski would do on it, but it seems like it would be fine.
Anyway, very sturdy, seemingly well made and not complaints thus far.
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