A vertical storage solution for kayaks and SUPs. Save space by storing your kayak or SUP standing up! There's no need to take up extra floor or wall space with a boat or board stored horizontally. This Kayak and SUP Rack also gives your equipment a unique look. It's great for showing off your kayaks and SUPs, whether in a garage or on a showroom floor. The rack makes a perfect addition to retail stores, rental shops, and even trade shows like Surf Expo and Outdoor Retailer.
Fits 3+ SUPs or 3 Kayaks. This rack has three compartments for you to stand 3 kayaks. Depending on the thickness of your SUPs, if you insert them at slight angles you can fit two SUPs in each compartment for a total of 6. The rack comes with a handy paddle holder that attaches to the top so you can store up to 4 paddles, too.
What size SUPs and kayaks will it fit?
- Height: the recommended maximum length (height when standing in the rack) for SUPs and kayaks is 12 feet. Also make sure your ceilings are tall enough to fit your boats/boards.
- Width: SUPs and kayaks up to 36" will fit in the rack.
- Thickness: Most standard paddleboard and kayak thicknesses will fit in the rack no problem!
- Weight: Each of the three rack compartments holds up to 80 lbs, for 250 lbs total.
How many kayaks or SUPs can I store?
- Kayaks: This rack has 3 compartments for you to stand 3 kayaks.
- SUPs: This rack fits at least 3 SUPs. Depending on the thickness of your SUPs, if you insert them at slight angles you can fit 2 SUPs in each compartment for a total of 6 SUPs.
- Paddles: The rack comes with a handy paddle holder that attaches to the top so you can store up to 4 paddles. The paddle holder has 2" wide and 1.5" deep spaces in which your paddles rest snugly.
Designed to protect your equipment. The Kayak and SUP Rack is designed with padding in several contact points to ensure your kayaks and SUPs are protected. There are 8" long pads along the top of the rack to protect your equipment and hold it in place. Buckling straps that adjust to 60" hold your kayaks and SUPs in the rack while they stand, acting as an extra level of security. The pedestals at the bottom of the rack have a 4" wide cushion on which your boats and SUPs rest, keeping them padded and off the ground.
Great for indoor or outdoor use. This rack is made from sturdy, powder-coated steel, making it suitable for use indoors and outdoors. Put it in your garage, on your showroom floor, or even on your deck! If you're using this rack indoors make sure that your ceiling is 12' or greater if you're storing boards or kayaks long enough to reach the maximum height limit!
- 78.5 inches tall
- 48 inches wide/deep
- Three 36" wide top openings
- 60" buckling straps
- Three 27.5" wide pedestals
- 12" paddle holder
- 1 Kayak and SUP Rack
- 1 paddle holder attachment
- Allen wrench and bolts
- Instruction manual
Posted: September 20, 2017
Very sturdy rack. Easy to assemble with clear instructions. Holds 3 kayaks with ease. Looks great too.
Nice display. Just what we were looking for.
Posted: March 24, 2017
We were looking for a vertical display that wouldn't take up a lot of room & could hold SUPs and Kayaks for boat shows as well as in our showroom. We used this display for 3 stand-up paddle boards (length was up to 10'8") and it worked out great.
Does this hold12’ SUPs? One board is 12’ x 35” wide, the other is 12’ x 32” wide.
Ourvertical SUP & Kayak Rackhas a maximum height it can hold of 12 feet - so your 12 foot boards would be at its max specification though should be fine. For planning purposes, you would need to use the stand in a space with a high ceiling, for boards that tall. The width of your boards should be fine - it should hold boards up to 36" wide.
Will this topple over with only 1 or 2 kayaks/boards on it? We have boats and little space so horizontal storage no longer works. But, wondering about the stability while taking them off and on - or if we only had 1 boat stored at a time.
This vertical stand would be good if you are tight on space; it is a sturdy stand and can hold one boat or board at a time without toppling over. Each section can support up to 80 lbs, and you should be fine taking your boats off the stand without an issue.
Can this be used in a saltwater environment?
We would not recommend this rack to be used in a saltwater environment as it is not made of materials (usually galvanized steel) that can withstand the harshness of that environment.
I just saw this nice triple free standing rack, and am wondering if we can use it for a show. I would like to put 3 kayaks of that are 150 inch tall, 31 inch wide and about 11 inch deep. Do you think that will work (indoors)?
Our Triple Kayak Freestand only works for kayaks that are up to 12 feet in length (tall...). At 150", your kayaks would be over 12 feet and nearing 13 feet tall; that would not be stable, unfortunately. The other dimensions of your boats would be fine, but their height means we cannot recommend it.
Is the height adjustable? Mine is a modular kayak with 3 pieces each around 5 ft long. So I will need to reduce the height of the rack to be able to strap the pieces.
This Triple Freestanding Kayak Rack is not adjustable in its height, so unfortunately it won't work for your modular kayak parts, due to their length. There really isn't a work-around for it, that could help make it work for your particular boat,. As we don't have a comparable stand that holds kayaks vertically like this one, I am inclined to suggest a horizontal stand, if you have the space, such as this 3 kayak stand
. The rack is 4 feet wide, so that would be the only consideration -- as long as your boat parts were each over 4 feet, they would work fine on it.