This surfboard stand is completely free standing. No need to screw anything into the walls and is very easy to move. Take it to your beach house in the summer and bring it home for winter storage. A nice display stand for your surfboard!
What boards does it hold? This surfboard stand is best suited for shorter, lighter boards. It can accommodate most any fin setup, but does not require fins to secure your surfboard in the stand (unlike some stands/racks). The width of the stand adjusts to 1 of 4 settings easily with adjustable push pin. For a more robust stand (for heavier boards and longboards) check out the Longboard Surf Stand.
Howdy! I’m Andrew from StoreYourBoard.com here to talk to you today about our Freestanding Surfboard Rack. You can see the rack next to me. I’m going to show you how easy it is to use. We’ve got thruster surfboard in the rack. I’m going to take that out, set it aside for a minute. Take a look at the rack itself. The rack itself is pretty small, pretty simple. It comes with three pieces to support surfboard. There are two base pieces, and there’s this top piece that your surfboard will lean against. The base pieces are covered in foam, so you really don’t have to worry about ding or damaging your surfboard when you’re putting it in the rack.
I’ll show you the back for a minute because the rack itself is adjustable. There is a push button right here, and there are four settings that you can set it to. You can go wider or you can go narrower. I myself have to do with a third setting here, depending on your size board and the tail that you have. You can adjust it as needed. So I’m going to set the surfboard rack up on the ground, very simple. I’m going to get my board again. Again I mentioned that I have my fins in. Some of our freestanding surfboard racks depending may not fit your fin setup. This one should.
There’s an indentation in the support pieces. You want to make sure that you get your surfboard tight into that groove and set it back against the backrest, so it sets up straight and that’s how easy it is to use the surfboard rack. I am going to mention that it doesn’t have a very tall support piece in the back. So we’re not going to recommend this rack for particularly heavy boards, particularly longboards, or even for using this rack in a place in your house or garage that is really well traveled because it is not as steady as some of the freestanding racks that we have. That said, it’s a very affordable rack. It will work great to display your surfboard, and as I mentioned, you can use it with a variety of different surfboards and with some different fin setups. Check it out today on our website, StoreYourBoard.com.
We bought the single board storage for the garage and it's great. We will be back for more products!
I purchased this stand for a large board and love it! Perfect for my ocean front place. Thanks for the quick delivery
The stand arrived in a timely manner. It looked and performed as advertised. I am very happy with my purchase.
Came on time and was as described
Perfect and exactly elegant we were looking for...price definitely worrh it
I bought two to use for my 7' boards. It's probably a better choice for short boards but I have them near a protected wall and they look great and do what I want.
I got this surf stand because I was looking for an easy rack to hold my short board. I looked at some of the racks you mount to your wall, pretty sweet lookin some of them, but I thought this would be easy for my apartment. I was right. All you do is get this stand out of the box, spread it apart and place your surfboard in it. It actually looks really cool having my board in the corner of the room in the stand.
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