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Steve's Rack Shack Premium Wooden Freestanding SUP Storage | Storage for Paddle Boards, Long Boards, Race Paddle Boards, SUP, (Freestanding; for use Indoors and Dry Places Outdoors; Made in The USA) Steve's Rack Shack Premium Wooden Freestanding SUP Storage | Storage for Paddle Boards, Long Boards, Race Paddle Boards, SUP, (Freestanding; for use Indoors and Dry Places Outdoors; Made in The USA)

Steve's Rack Shack Premium Wooden Freestanding SUP Storage | Storage for Paddle Boards, Long Boards, Race Paddle Boards, SUP, (Freestanding; for use Indoors and Dry Places Outdoors; Made in The USA)

Steve's Rack Shack Premium Wooden Freestanding SUP Storage | Storage for Paddle Boards, Long Boards, Race Paddle Boards, SUP, (Freestanding; for use Indoors and Dry Places Outdoors; Made in The USA) Steve's Rack Shack Premium Wooden Freestanding SUP Storage | Storage for Paddle Boards, Long Boards, Race Paddle Boards, SUP, (Freestanding; for use Indoors and Dry Places Outdoors; Made in The USA)
$ 174.99

Score By Feature

Based on 77 ratings
Easy to assemble
9.93
Sturdiness
8.78

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Product Description

PADDING Protects the arms and provides a place to repair dents and work on the boards in addition to providing a safe and simple place for storage. Size 31" x 45" The 3 Level SUP rack's measurements are 31" x 45". The size of the image is 5" wide by 26". The hole is 5" deep, and there are 7 in all. It is recommended that the levels have 8" of space between them.
Assembling the rack is a breeze thanks to the intuitive design. It only takes minutes with only
Built out of durable exterior grade baltic birch and stainless steel hardware, it can store up to 50lbs per level both indoors and outdoors where it is dry and protected from the weather.
The United States of America is proud to manufacture this product
WHAT OTHER STORAGE OPTIONS ARE THERE? You can find the Rack Shack on Amazon by searching "Steve's Rack Shack"

Questions & Answers

Do you think this will fit a kayak?

The space between the levels won't be sufficient for multiple kayaks, Hello, *br> *br>I'm not sure what you mean by multiple kayaks. During the next few weeks, we will have a freestanding kayak rack up. I'd like to thank you, Steve, for your kind words

Is this rack a standard height or width?

I have scrolled up and down 10 times from your answer here to the photo to try to imagine it on its side on my balcony, but you don't provide a clear photo showing the length of each side.

Are there any spaces between the ?

The distance between each arm is about 8"

What is the maximum width of this SUP that would be safe to hold?

The answer, in my opinion, is yes. The SUP is mounted in the middle of the rack, while a surf board is mounted on either side above it.

Selected User Reviews For Steve's Rack Shack Premium Wooden Freestanding SUP Storage | Storage for Paddle Boards, Long Boards, Race Paddle Boards, SUP, (Freestanding; for use Indoors and Dry Places Outdoors; Made in The USA)

The best SUP Rack on the market
5/5

As I searched for an outdoor wood rack that would be able to hold four stand up paddle boards, I found that Steve's Rack Shack had fantastic reviews on their standard board racks, and I was smitten with the look, so I contacted them. In minutes, Steve responded to my email and assured me he was going to produce a 4-board SUP rack soon and he provided me with a small picture of the current Later, he said that he would let me know when the book was in production, and when it would be available to purchase on Amazon. Approximately a month after that, Steve sent me a link, and I purchased the product. Since the rack has been in use for more than a month, I have enjoyed using The bag is compact, but it can fit up to four decent-sized SUPs, and it is made of solid.

Killian Potts
Killian Potts
| Jun 29, 2021
It has been more than I expected to spend but that is to be expected
5/5

You should definitely check it out. It makes no sense for us to invest so much in boards and not have a good way to store them. Our family has moved a lot and had a wall and pulley system in previous houses, but needed a standalone system in the new house. We put it together by ourselves (my wife) and the 12' BOTE was off the lawn in no time. The unpacking of everything will allow us to stack more boards. Our family loves to support American companies and now that we have seen the quality, we will continue to purchase from this company. Likewise, it arrived within four days of our order and was delivered.

Greta Murray
Greta Murray
| Sep 20, 2020
It fits all boards (SUP and Shortboards), easy to assemble, and it is reasonably priced
5/5

That rack is awesome! I ordered it from Steve's Rack Shack and I'm happy with it. It took me some time to research different options, but this rack offers the most amount of storage capacity when compared to other freestanding racks that are made of wood and simple and reliable to use. Every metal I own rusts quickly from the salt air that I breathe because I live about 50 ft from the ocean. Since this wooden rack never rusts or damages my boards, I don't have to worry about it. It took less than 5 minutes to put this together right out of the box. It involves inserting 12 screws through the precut uprights and then securing the three wood trestles on top of them. There are two types of wood on the rack thick and skinny When assembled, the quality is excellent, and the building is very sturdy. In addition, it is light enough so that it can be easily moved by just one person. A modular design is convenient to me because if I need to move or store it, I can disassemble the rack easily and it won't take up a lot of With one slat I was able to fit in two 10'0" paddle boards, a 7'0" paddle board, and 7'0" funboard in addition to my 6'0" biscuit and one of my wavestorms. A great rack as well as foam pads on each rack arm provide an extremely safe and secure way to store your boards. Anybody who needs a freestanding rack would benefit from this product!.

Anne Ruiz
Anne Ruiz
| Aug 13, 2020
It is not suitable for outdoor use
3/5

I tested this rack in Central Florida and it didn't last two months outside. This product might work outside in other parts of the country. After a relatively normal exposure to heat and rain (for our area at least), the stones are warped and broken.

Maryam Nicholson
Maryam Nicholson
| Sep 28, 2020
Great product
5/5

Bought the larger version to hold two 11 foot SUPs and a 10 foot kayak on the No matter how strong the winds are on my dock, my boat has not moved. My favorite part about the design is the wood.

Reminder to make sure the left and right walls have the notch on the outside to ensure a perfect bridge connection. You should also be careful about overtightening. With solid engineering, there is no need for it. The product is very good and I would buy it again without hesitation.

Gwen Glenn
Gwen Glenn
| Oct 23, 2020
I'd look into other options in the case of a rack, but it's good in a pinch
3/5

Although the concept of the rack is fine, I think that for the price it falls short. The spacing between slots would make it awkward to place any boards with fins in them. It's self standing, but the base would benefit from being more stable. The foam on one arm has already started coming off, and one of the boards actually ripped as it was being installed.

Kelvin Saunders
Kelvin Saunders
| Jan 04, 2021
Excellent work! It took me a while to assemble this bad boy, but here he is
5/5

The packaging of the rack was simple and neat, much like opening an iPhone package. I love the brand. This is a super easy project to assemble. It makes me want to buy more boards just to look at my rack. I love how responsive the owner is and how great the customer service is! It won't be enough to make you happy unless he does what it takes. Despite the fact that my bro wants one, I don't seem to be able to part with it.

Emerald Cardenas
Emerald Cardenas
| Mar 10, 2021
A little more space between boards would be helpful
3/5

Design is easy to assemble and goes together quickly. In order to prevent the fins on each board from touching one another, there needs to be more space between each set of arms. It may be necessary to put the base on top of some pavers in order to gain more room on the bottom. Also, I will have to flip the fish upside down so its fin is facing Perhaps I should have sprung for a rack with adjustable arms instead of a less expensive one.

Thomas Andersen
Thomas Andersen
| Jul 21, 2020

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