Here's a stylish new take on a classic wood surfboard stand that will look great in your home, surf shop, shaping room, or garage. Made of 100% birch wood, and engineered to hold 4 surfboards, this rack is a storage solution for anyone looking for a step above your standard DIY padded dowel surfboard wall racks.
This Freestanding Rack is built entirely from baltic birch wood, so it's plenty strong enough to hold your surfboards, vertically. The wood construction also gives it a classic surf vibe, too.
The engineering and design of this rack are also unique. 5 vertical storage arms create storage slots for 4 surfboards, each approximately 8" wide. A sturdy base ensures that once racked, your surfboards aren't going anywhere, other than surfing. This is more than a few dowel rods screwed into your wall; it's a fully portable freestanding rack to store your surfboard wherever you need to at home or in your retail store.
As sturdy as this rack is, it's also compact too, only 36" wide, so it'll fit into tight storage spaces. Or, if you've got plenty of room, line up a couple of racks up in a row and create a full on board room for your quiver. Importantly, the rack has smartly placed foam padding where your surfboards contact the rack - tail zone and rack side rails - to make sure that your surfboards don't suffer any dents or dings while racking, storing, and unracking. Leave the dings to the water.
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- 56" tall x 36" wide x 22" deep
- Holds up to 4 surfboards
- Approximately 7.5" wide space between arms, for each surfboard
- Made of 100% baltic birch wood
- No-tools assembly required; see link to instructions on this page
Posted: July 5, 2017
great simple way to store your boards. Easy assembly
Easy to assemble, and sturdy!
Posted: December 28, 2016
This board rack was very easy to assemble, it is sturdy. I even like the look of it, goes perfect in our Florida home. I bought it for my husband for Xmas so he could store his boards somewhere other than the guest bed.
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Posted: June 29, 2016
easy to put together, holds 4 boards at ease, my ceilings 8-1/2 feet so 9 foot long boards wont work in my place.
Posted: June 22, 2016
Easy to build, and it's sturdy. And if you remove the fins from your board you can fit more than four in the rack. The only thing it doesn't accommodate is a fish surfboard with a really wide tail. Great product!
Posted: May 12, 2016
Product is exactly as shown and easy to assemble
Can this hold a 9 ft long board?
Our 4 Surfboard Vertical Rack should be fine for a 9 foot board - it should have enough support a board up to about that height.
Will the rack hold up outside in the weather? I live in the Bay Area, California.
This vertical surfboard rack is a great stand, but as a wood rack, we wouldn't recommend it for use outdoors all the time. It would be fine inside a garage, but it would not be recommended to leave it outside in the elements. We have a collection of surfboard racks that are suitable for outdoor use here
; since you are in a salt water area, the best racks for use outdoors in that environment are listed there under "marine grade".
Can this hold windsurf boards?
This surfboard stand is designed to hold up to mid-sized surfboards approximately 7-8 feet long. Some windsurf boards are very similar in shape, size and weight to those types of surfboards, so it should hold windsurf boards like those, though we can't guarantee it will fit all types of windsurf boards.
Will this work for 9' and 9'6" longboards? I have two boards -- looking for a way to store them in my apartment.
This 4 surfboard floor rack should be fine for your boards. They should have enough support from the stand for their height.
Will this rack work for 11.5 SUPs?
This vertical surfboard rack is not built to hold/support SUPs, so we would not recommend it for paddleboards. Paddleboards have such a different shape, dimension & size then surfboards, in addition to normally being much heavier, so not all surfboard racks can support them. There are not that many vertical options for storing SUPs as it is, so I don't have a comparable rack to recommend instead, but you can find some alternative options for how to store your SUPs here:
Do you know if this rack would work with snowboards with bindings?
I would not recommend this vertical surfboard rack for snowboards with bindings. The would not fit right or be properly supported in it. I would recommend looking at some options meant for snowboards, seen here: https://www.storeyourboard.com/snowboard-racks-bags/
What is the distance between the foam pieces at the bottom. I’m curious if the tail of my boards will hit the ground when in put the board into the rack?
For this vertical rack, it can work to keep many boards from having their tail touch the floor, but it does vary by type of board -- the shape of the tail, etc. So a pintail board would probably have the tail hit the ground, but for many other surfboard shapes, they can be help in place above the ground, by the foam pieces at the bottom, due to their width, or if a fin is in that helps support it on the base. The distance between the pieces is about 7.5", for reference. If you scroll through our pictures, you can see a variety of boards and how they are sitting in the rack.