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  • Steel construction - holds boards up to 100lbs!
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  • Indoor or freshwater outdoor use!
  • Integrated safety strap for ultimate board security
  • Zero pressure points - unique suspension system
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Suspension SUP Wall Rack

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Product Highlights

  • Steel construction - holds boards up to 100lbs!
  • 8" wide opening can holds extra thick inflatable SUPs
  • Indoor or freshwater outdoor use!
  • Integrated safety strap for ultimate board security
  • Zero pressure points - unique suspension system
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Product Description

suspension-sup-wall-rack.jpgThe Suspension SUP Wall Rack is a unique stand up paddleboard wall rack because it will store your board with zero pressure points. Made by Suspenz, this rack includes their exclusive Cradling Strap System (CSS) which is effectively a suspension strap system. These suspension straps conform to your board's geometry and are what allow this rack to not create any pressure points on your board - awesome!

What SUPs does it hold? This Suspension SUP Wall Rack also is great due to its heavy duty and powder coated metal frame. The rack's monolithic, tubular steel construction allows you to store SUPs up to 100 lbs! The U-cradle of the rack is 8" wide, so you can store wider touring and race SUPs in the rack, too.

Powder Coated Finish. A powder coating on this rack allows you to use this rack for indoor use or outdoor use in freshwater environments. Having a rack you can use in your home, garage, shed, or even on the boat dock is a HUGE advantage. For outdoor storage in saltwater environments, here's a Galvanized Outdoor version of this rack.

Safety Tie Down Straps. The SUP rack has built in, adjustable safety straps to ensure your paddleboard stays securely in place. This keeps your SUPs secure when they're stored outdoors in a windy spot or if you're afraid someone might bump into your board. 

Already own this rack and want to expand it to hold 2 SUPs? We offer a complete expansion rack kit to help you do just that! You can also upgrade to these Quick Release Wall Mount Brackets for easier adjustment of your rack's arms!

About Suspenz:
Suspenz is one of the leaders in kayak home storage. Known for their bright yellow powder coat finish and unique suspension strap system, Suspenz makes a great product at an affordable price. Suspenz's main feature is their Cradling Strap System (CSS). This is a suspension strap system found on most of their racks that ensures there will never be any pressure points applied to your kayak or board. Additionally, Suspenz is known for highly customizable, expandable, and universal storage systems. All Suspenz products also have a one year warranty from the manufacturer. 

  • 21.5" tall along wall
  • Extends 10" out from wall
  • Has 8" opening for boards
  • Holds up to 100lbs
  • Includes two rack arms, to hold one board
  • Mounting holes are space 4" apart, vertically
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Determine spacing for the SUP racks. As with all Suspenz racks, the ideal spacing is 40 percent of boat length, at least that’s what the engineers say. Always anchor into a wooden wall stud. Use a mounting screw to mark the hole locations. The mounting holes are spaced 4 inches apart. Use a 3/16 drill bit. Soap the screw threads – an old carpenter’s trick. Leaving the top screw loose makes it easy to rotate the rack to find the bottom screw hole. Studs are typically on 16 inch centers. Mount second rack arm at same height as first.

Adjusting the rack straps: Undo velcro on the safety strap. Undo velcro on the support strap. Set length so SUP is suspended without touching the arm. Re-attach velcro to position safety strap. Secure SUP with safety strap. With the expansion plate kit, it is easy to add storage for a second SUP. Assembling a double SUP rack. The single SUP configuration extends 10 inches from the wall. The double SUP configuration extends 20 inches from the wall.

Hey! This is Josh from StoreYourBoard.com here today to talk about the Suspension Standup Paddleboard Rack. Here it is in front of me alone and here it is on the wall. It does a really nice job of storing your paddleboard. The coolest thing about it is the suspension part, so here is the arm by itself, so you get two of these. You can space them whatever distance you need, depending on the length of your board and where your studs are, whatever firm mounting space you’re going to mount that to, go ahead and line them up. We got to have space kind of in the center that works well, so you got two of those and it’s made from really, really heavy-duty box steel, so this thing is really built tough. It has some nice nylon webbing that is what forms the suspension.

This top piece is to kind of strap your board in for extra security, so that’s this part right here. I’m going to undo that quick and the bottom part is what really suspends your board from touching any metal. With boards like this, this is a nice fiberglass board, surf-style SUP, pretty expensive. We want to make sure we keep those edges ding-free and this suspension style where the board rests here doesn’t touch any of this metal is really a cool option that a lot of customers like.

You get two of these. You get a hardware pack with four nice heavy-duty screws and then you mount it to your wall just like this. Like I said, once you have it loaded in, you can see right down here there’s room that the board is floating in this suspension-wise, so it’s a really great, great solution for that. What you have is with the racks, you got it’s thick enough 10 inches from the wall, so this is 10 inches, so it’s a very compact rack. People love it. Put it against the side of your garage, plenty of room to pull your car in still. Put it in your basement. Put it in your house. It’s a great rack.

Inside you got about 8 inches. This strapping is adjustable, so you kind of adjust how far this goes up and down and then with this piece, it adjusts to accommodate different widths of standup paddleboards as well. So you got 8 inches in the center and you got 10 inches out from the wall, very compact. With that, that’s how it works. This board has fins in it. It has about 6-inch fin in it, so just the way it kind of floats you’re able to have it with the front side facing out. You can just easily put your fins with the fins facing out if you have a deep fin, if you have a wide board and that works well, too. Check it out! The Standup Paddleboard Suspension Rack at StoreYourBoard.com.

Q:
Does this come with 2 rack racks?
 
A:
Yes, it is sold as a pair - it will come with 2 rack arms.
 
Q:
Does this rack have a method for storing the paddle as well?
 
A:
This SUP rack does have an optional paddle rack, that can be purchased separately, that can be seen and ordered here: Paddle Rack. It slips right on the SUP rack, without any tools necessary.
 
Q:
Looking for a solid rack system to mount my paddleboard and surfboards to the side of my RV. Will these be sturdy enough to stand up to the induced drag of highway airflow?
 
A:
We have customers that have successfully used the Suspension Cradle Racks for transporting their boards on a golf cart, but we would not be able to recommend them for use on the side of a RV that is driving at highway speeds. Should your RV have any spare room on the inside, depending on its size, there might be a rack that could work inside.
 
Q:
Can you use this product and drill it into a cement wall?
 
A:
Yes, our Suspension SUP wall rack could be mounted to a concrete or brick wall, but you would need to purchase brick/masonry anchors to do so, from anywhere that you buy hardware (Lowe's, Home Depot, etc.), as it ships with standard mounting hardware only. You can find some additional general guidelines about mounting wall and ceiling racks here.
 
Q:
Can this be mounted on a slant (a hip roof at about a 45 degree angle)?
 
A:
The Suspension Wall Rack could possibly be mounted at that angle, because it has a a safety strap that is holding the board in the suspension cradle. I wouldn't want to use this rack if the degree of angle was any greater than up to that 45 degrees, but up to that angle, it should be okay. Also, it is required that you are mounting this rack into wall studs, or in this case it would be ceiling-roof beams/rafters. If you had a level wall to hang the rack on, that would be preferred -- but the main thing is as with all wall or ceiling racks, it is important to properly mount them according to instructions, so they can perform well to hold your boards. Here are some additional mounting guidelines for your reference
 
Q:
Is there something similar to this but can be locked? I need to have my SUP lock at my dock? Any ideas?
 
A:
This SUP Suspension Wall Rack is an excellent choice for storing your SUP, and I don't have a comparable one with a built-in lock - but you could use something like SUP dock locks to secure your board in conjunction with the rack. That would be our suggestion
 
Q:
How far apart are the mounting screws? I want to mount it on the side of a dock with a 12" face
 
A:
OurSuspension Cradle SUP Rackhas mounting holes that are 4" apart, vertically.
 
Q:
Assume you are mounting your board half up a wall. How do you grab the strap when it is below the board and you need it over the board? Your youtube does not show how to grab it to pull it over and secure it in front of the board.
 
A:
We have two videos on our listing for this SUP Suspension Cradle Rack, so maybe the other one might give you a better idea on how you can adjust and work with the strap, if you didn't check that one out. But basically, the board sits in one webbing strap, then there is a safety strap that goes over your board; it attaches to the webbing via velco; you secure that safety strap via buckles, to adjust it to a snug fit over your board. The safety strap will be running over the top of your board, so you will be able to reach it when removing the board, as well as when putting the board into the rack system. For where you hang the rack itself, since you are placing your board in and out of the rack, you normally want it at a level you can reach without too much difficulty, as far as lifting the board in and out - but the strap system itself is very straight forward.
 
Q:
What is the width of the opening of the racks? I've got a 14' Downwind SIC board that needs 10" width when it's in the board bag.
 
A:
This wall rack has an 8" wide opening so unfortunately it will not work with your 14' Downwind SIC board since that is 10" wide with the board bag. We unfortunately don't have any comparable racks that would accommodate that width . We do have thisfreestanding floor rackwhich has several levels for storage of boards or kayaks if that would work in the space you have.
 
Q:
1- can this be drilled into an aluminum dock?
2- this is a floating dock and the wakes caused by passing boats make the dock rock quite a bit. Are these racks padded enough so it wouldn't cause damage to the boards?
3- I have a '16 Bote Rackham, a larger board. Will this fit in one?
 
A:
This Suspension Cradle SUP Rack is most likely not going to work for your particular fishing SUP, and also would most likely not work well for that floating dock:
 
1. This SUP rack ships with standard mounting hardware for securing them into traditional wall studs and beams/posts. To mount it into an alternative surface such as an aluminum dock, you would need to obtain additional hardware/anchors suited for that dock, and I cannot recommend it would work well for your set-up as it may not mount properly to that docking; additionally, your subsequent questions raises other concerns.

2. Since it is a floating dock, there could be many issues to properly set it up to that docking, especially since it is subjecting the board to large wakes in your area. While the rack is padded and securely holds the board in a suspension cradle, use in a high-wake area could subject the board to damage and would not be recommended.

3. Regarding size of the board - the length of the board is not an issue, but it appears those model fishing SUPs are quite thick - and this SUP cradle rack only holds boards up to 8" thick. If you board is no thicker than that, it may fit into this SUP rack, but I am a little concerned that the shape of that SUP would not work right in this rack system so I would not recommend it.
 
Q:
Will the rack work for a Hobie Eclipse peddleboard? How big of a circumference can the straps handle?
 
A:
This Suspension Cradle SUP Rack can hold a board that is up to 8" thick; I don't know how thick the Hobie Pedal SUPs run, but I know they can be fairly thick, so you may want to look at that. The width - I am seeing some specifications that show those as being about 35" wide at their widest should otherwise be fine, as it can hold wide SUPs (I don't have the exact maximum unfortunately - but if it is not much more than 35 or so wide, it should be fine). Last, you may need to remove the pedal drive during storage, though there may be enough room to leave them in facing the wall -- and most likely would be removing the handlebars as well since those would be awkward to leave on in that position. So the main concerns are the thickness - if it is getting close to 8" thick it will be tight and then if it is much wider than 36 or so inches wide, I might start to be concerned it is not a good choice.
 
Q:
Do you have a hinge so that while the SUP is in use, the racks can fold against the mounting surface?
 
A:
Our SUP Suspension Rack does not have arms that fold back when not in use. It is, otherwise a great storage option for a SUP by the way it holds the SUP in place, the suspension system, and can hold board up to 8" thick. So it is a good option, but if you want to fold the arms out of the way when it's not in use, the SUP Stash offers that feature, and is seen here: https://www.storeyourboard.com/sup-stash-storage-rack-and-paddle-holder/
 
Q:
We have posts on our dock that are 9.5 ' - 10' apart with rope going through them for the railings. Is there a maximum distance between rack arms we should avoid? Our boards are roughly 10'6" long.
 
A:
That is a good question -- yes, for optimum storage of your boards, you usually want about one third (1/3) to one half (1/2) of the board inbetween the two rack arms, to distribute the weight evenly and hold your board securely.... so 1/4 to 1/3rd of the board would hang over each side of the arms in those scenarios. What that means is, for this Suspension SUP Rack, your posts at 9.5' to 10" are going to be a bit wide apart for storing a 10.6' board, and I really wouldn't recommend it., and you would want to look at alternatives.
 
Q:

Will two surfboards 2.75 thick each fit on the same rack? What about in their bags which makes them between 3 and 4 inches each? The boards are 7'4 and 9' so the fins won't overlap. Thanks

 
A:

This suspension rack could possibly work to hold both your surfboards at one time. It can hold a board up to 8", so basically if in their bags they are no more than 8" total thick combined, it could work; then not in their bags, it sounds like they are under 8" thick together, so that works.  I don't know how well it works with two boards in it, since it is primarily aimed at supporting one board, and doing so in a way that protects the board's rails from pressure points, etc. But I believe it could work. You will have less than 10" between the boards and the wall, so you may have to face the fins away from the wall depending on the length of your particular fins.

 
Q:

In the 10th picture you show these mounted to a metal railing that is the exact purpose I am going to use these for. What brackets are you using to mount them to the posts? Are they available?

 
A:

To attach the SUP racks to a railing, similar to what you saw in that 10th picture, you need this hardware: https://www.storeyourboard.com/quick-release-wall-mount-brackets-suspenz/.  You basically attach those brackets to the railing and then there is a quick release pin that you use to attach the actual SUP rack to those brackets (with the quick release button you can also easily remove the SUP racks if desired, to move them to another location, if desired).  

 
Perfect!!
Posted: September 11, 2019
Written by: Diana S.
Rating:5

Our boards are up and safe!! Easy to get at now and looks great on the wall of our garage. After we put up couldn't help but keep going back into the garage just to look at them!!

Suspension SUP Wall Rack
Posted: August 28, 2019
Written by: Richard F.
Rating:5

Great
Easy to mount

Suspension SUP Wall Rack
Our Boards found a home
Posted: August 28, 2019
Written by: Ronald B.
Rating:5

Using our paddle boards when ready has not been easy. They're so big that we haven't had a great way and convenient place to store them. We recently installed this SUP wall rack and they have a new home which is easy to access when ready!

SUP Wall Rack
Posted: August 28, 2019
Written by: Michael S.
Rating:5

Perfect for the basement.

Suspension SUP Wall Rack
Outdoor in salt air
Posted: July 24, 2019
Written by: Michael D.
Rating:4

Excellent design. As flush with mount as could be. Space saver.

Secure rack- finally!
Posted: July 23, 2019
Written by: laura m.
Rating:5

The rack was easy to put up and holds my board safe and secure. We had bought another rack years ago that hung the board from the rafters and the board broke loose the first storm that came along. I am very happy with my board rack knowing this time it will be secure! We had a strong storm last night and the board didn’t move

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