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Product Highlights

  • High quality 14-ply Birch wood construction
  • Holds wakeboards, surfboards, snowboards, and more!
  • Sleek design makes for a great in-home display
  • A great way to protect your board in the off season
  • Includes instructions and mounting hardware
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Wooden Wakeboard Wall Rack | Two Boards

Retail Price: $154.99
Our Price: $139.99
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Product Highlights

  • High quality 14-ply Birch wood construction
  • Holds wakeboards, surfboards, snowboards, and more!
  • Sleek design makes for a great in-home display
  • A great way to protect your board in the off season
  • Includes instructions and mounting hardware
See more product details
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Product Description

This Double Wooden Wakboard Rack is an attractive and strong option for displaying your boards at home. Hand made in the USA from high quality baltic birch plywood (14-ply to be exact!) and finished with a furniture grade lacquer, this rack is moisture resistant and built to last. Customers tell us it is worth investing a bit more money for the high quality craftsmanship of this strong and attractive wall rack. Don’t worry, this rack isn’t like other imported racks made from particle board or wafer board that is going to break under the load of your gear.

This rack is not only sleek, it's also versatile. The hook design on the end of the rack accommodates most wakeboards on the market, and it can also be used to store surfboards, snowboards, and even fishing poles! This wall rack is also a compact board storage option, as it projects no more than 14 inches off the wall!

If you like the style of the rack but only need to mount one wakeboard to your wall, check out the Wooden Wakeboard Wall Rack | Single Board.

Important: Due to the spacing between the rack levels, you will not be able to fit a wakeboard with bindings on the bottom level. The bindings will stick up too high and interfere with the top level. So you can put a board without bindings on the bottom and a board with bindings on top, or this could make for a great wakeboard display and you can keep two binding-less boards on the rack. The wakeboards could be face down or face up, depending on how you want to show them off. 

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