Abrasive sand, muddy shorelines, sharply edged rocks or the simple need to store your camping gear beneath a temporary shelter. Sure, there are dozens of reasons you may want to temporarily elevate your SUP or surfboard for short term, tidy storage. Problem is, most racks are meant for more long-term storage. Until now, anyway. Enter the "Shore Tee", a heavy duty portable beach stand that is purpose designed for temporary board storage in almost any terrain.
Installs with the ease of a single step. Yup, that's about all it takes to install this portable board rack. Whether in sand, dirt, mud or grass, the ingenious shovel shaped stakes slip easily into the terrain and hold firmly. Simply apply your body weight; each stake buries itself in seconds. Removal takes about as much effort as drawing a shovel from the ground.
Fits any size SUP or surfboard, with eyelets for straps. Since each stake is independently buried, sizing is "one-size-fits-all". Even wider boards--or fishing kayaks or canoes!--will fit. You'll simply locate the stakes in an ideal position to accommodate the length and width of your board or boat. Built in eyelets allow you to strap down your board with bungees, rope or straps.
Weatherproof, floating, heavy duty construction. Each stake (your order includes 2) is manufactured from a single piece of high density polyethylene (HDPE). Strong, weatherproof and nearly indestructible, this SUP or surfboard stand will be around for years to come. It resists sun fading and will not absorb moisture. Heck, it even floats, which is a valuable security feature should you decide to include it on your paddle.
Perfect for camping...or use in the yard. Besides elevating and neatly storing your boards, the setup transforms the your SUP into a low roof, allowing for underneath storage or even a sheltered place to sleep. Back home, the simple setup does the job of more permanent and expensive garage organizers. Out of the dirt and dampness your board is less susceptible to mildew, spider webs and stagnant moisture.
How do you get these in ground that is hard and dry?
For our Shore Tees, you use their little shovel/spade-like ends to insert them into the dirt, and you can certainly use some sort of digging/troweling/back-forth motion with them, to push them into harder/dryer soil. So they have something of a built-in tool in that regard for getting them into the ground, and it normally is pretty straight-forward to use.
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