Surfboard rack wall

Maximize your space with creative surfboard rack ideas for wall storage. Organize and display your surfboards in style while keeping them safe and easily accessible.
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About this item Multi-Purpose:This wood wall mounted hanger is to hold surfboards (long & short), wakeboards, snowboards etc; Suitable for boards up to 30lbs; Sturby & Durable: Made by solid, eco-friendly sustainable wood(Beech)high polished and strong screw to conect each parts; Easy to Install: Simple design allows for quick installation and all mounting hardware and install instruction included; Security Upgrade: Protective rubber strip to avoid any dameage on the surboard; strong screw…

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The simple surf rack for the new or experienced surfer. Made to expand as your quiver does with easy to add modules that keep equal spacing no matter how many modules. 5" (127mm) wide slots are spaced to hold two typical short boards without fins or a single short, long, or stand up paddle board. Wood joints secured with stainless steel hardware provide superior strength while allowing an easy way assemble upon arrival and save on shipping costs. What's Included: (6) Timber Backing Plate…

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Surfboards make great wall decor—than can be pulled down and enjoyed. The wall is also a great way to stash surfboards in a way that minimizes the space they take up. When hanging a surfboard on the wall—whether horizontal or vertical—it's important to ensure it's secure and tasteful. Hanging a surfboard horizontally is the most common way to go, it can be done on any ceiling height and it's more common to have wide open walls than it is to have tall, narrow ones. This is the horizontal wall…

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