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Product Highlights

  • Select from 2 or 3 kayak/SUP capacity
  • Great look for docks, lake houses, marinas, etc.
  • Built to last from sturdy American cedar
  • Pick from three finishes or finish it yourself!
  • Made in the USA!
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SUP & Kayak Dock Rack | Dockside Mounted Log Rack

Retail Price: $709.99
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Product Highlights

  • Select from 2 or 3 kayak/SUP capacity
  • Great look for docks, lake houses, marinas, etc.
  • Built to last from sturdy American cedar
  • Pick from three finishes or finish it yourself!
  • Made in the USA!
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Product Description

Attractive, natural look for dockside kayak or SUP storage. Outdoor storage for a few of your kayaks or paddleboards has never looked so good. A perfect addition to any dock, deck or boathouse the Dockside SUP & Kayak Log Rack is designed to keep your boats easily accessible.  This dockside rack solves the issue of constantly dragging your small boats to and from a more remote rack.  Better yet, it frees up dock space and adds a storage space to your dock's footprint.

2 or 3 boat capacity. Depending on which rack you choose, you'll have the ability to store 2 or 3 kayaks or paddleboards, or any mix of the two boat styles.  The rack's arms are designed to support even the most burdensome boats. Capacity is a heavy duty 100 lbs per boat!  

Handmade from White Cedar in the U.S.A. Every dockside rack is handmade in the USA from Northern American White Cedar. Rated for superior weather-resistance, the wood is strong, long-lasting, and can be customized with a unique finish. Each rack is joined with mortise and tenon construction and is glued, screwed and bolted with galvanized screws at crucial contact points.

Available in three finishes: Three finish options are available from StoreYourBoard.com - unfinished, natural, and canyon brown - or you can finish it yourself at home! A finish will add to the longevity of your rack by protecting it from elements and the occasional insect or wildlife.

What kind of boats will it support? This dockside rack is specifically designed for kayaks and SUPs, which will fall well within the rack's weight restrictions.  Between each pair of arms there is 15" of clearance. The arms themselves are 28" long.  

How do I assemble the rack? Assembly of the rack takes about an hour, and with the detailed included instructions it is a breeze. 

What can I expect as far as shipping? Each rack is custom made with the highest degree of craftsmanship. Therefore you can expect yours to ship in about two weeks, adding a few days for the rack's travels.

Finishing Recommendations:

  • Unfinished Nice, natural look. Color will turn grey/silver within 2 years due to weathering.
  • Natural or Canyon Brown Our recommendation for use on docks. Stained for maximum weather resistance, choose one of these options if your rack will be fully exposed to rain, snow or heavy amounts of sunlight.
  • 2 Kayak or SUP
    • 58"H x 34"D x 53"W with 42" above the deck
    • 15" vertical distance between arms
    • 28" arm length
    • Supports 100 lbs per boat
    • Approximately 70 lbs
  • 3 Kayak or SUP
    • 60"H x 34"D x 53"W with 44" above the deck
    • 15" vertical distance between arms
    • 28" arm length
    • Supports 100 lbs per boat
    • Approximately 90 lbs

 

 
Q:
Is this product meant for a floating dock or should it only be used on a fixed dock?
 
A:
This dockside rack is meant primarily for fixed docks. You may be able to attach it to some floating docks, but we can't guarantee how well that will work. For consideration, you would need a vertical flat surface on the side of the dock of 8" or more, and then you could most likely could bolt it with bolts from a hardware store. This rack comes with 4" grk lags that are meant for screwing into wood (they are like lag screws, but stronger - due to the weight they need to support). There are many types of dock system out there so you would have to find away to adapt to surfaces other than wood, using a drill and bolts you found yourself - we really can't advise which ones would/could work, since there are just too many types of floating dock surfaces out there; and also may require you to drill holes in their dock for bolts you purchased. So it has a lot of variables since its primarily meant for a fixed dock, and it would be at your own risk if you decided to look into that mount set-up.
 

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