Storing surfboards requires space and security. Surfboard wall racks are the best way to lay your sticks to rest, and make them last longer.
It's always difficult to pick the best place to store surfboards. Surfers want to have immediate access to their favorite planks, and they surely look good in any wall.
There are three ways of keeping your surfboards organized and displayed. You can store them in vertical mode - just like we see them in surf shops - or we may get them horizontally, with the deck against the wall or upwards.
Depending on the number of surfboards owned, space availability and need for mobility, you may pick different wall racks. Garage, living room, bedroom, shaping room, it's up to you to choose the best place.
Surfboard wall racks can be made of soft foam, steel, aluminium, wood and even plastic/PVC. These simple storage systems will also reduce the number of board cracks and ding repairs.
"Surfdogz 4-Surfboard Wall Rack" offers a popla base, stained and finished with gloss lacquer. The tubular steel pegs are foam padded with protective end caps. Only $83.
"Naked Surf - Minimalist Surfboard Rack" takes the minimalist approach when it comes to storing and displaying your board. The idea behind the Naked Surf is that your board is a work of art, so the rack shouldn't distract from its beauty. Only $25.
"Pro Board Racks" stores and displays your surfboards, kiteboards, wakeboards, and snowboards. Holds four boards. Only $55.
"T-Rax Surfboard Wall Rack" is the original billet aluminum wall rack. Surfboard support bars angle upward at 15 degrees and are covered with high quality UV rated foam padding. Only $80.
"Surfboard Rack Upright and Compact Wall Display" keeps your surfboard close to the wall and out of the way. Made of solid ash, stained and finished with clear polycrylic. Only $80.
"The Kaua'i Quad" is made entirely from strong, solid, and beautiful bamboo ply, and holds up to four surfboards. Yours for $188.
"Nice Rack Surf Racks" are made from recycled ASB plastic. The system is designed to hold two surfboards. Only $59.
"Hawaiian Gun Rack" is targeted to surfers who like to store the board as an artwork. A classic, solid and steady pick. Only $50.
"Seattle Sports SUP/Surfboard Wall Cradles" are a simple option with padded arms. It can be mounted on a wall or ceiling. Only $45.
"Just Surf Surfboard Wall Rack" has a metal core covered with foam making it ideal to display your board. Can be mounted either vertically or horizontally. Only $27.
"Block Surf Surfboard Ceiling/Wall Sling" is a practical way to store or display your surfboard. Sling attaches by either hanging from the ceiling or on the wall to keep your surfboard free of dings. Only $11.
"Grassracks The Kaua'i" is sized for shortboards but easily accommodates boards ranging from snowboards to shorter boards like longboard skateboards and skimboards. Yours for $152.
The surfboard wall rack review has been updated on the 1st June, 2016.