This vertical surfboard wall rack helps show off the board as a work of art, while also giving the 'floating' look with no visible parts of the rack, as it's entirely made of clear components. Chosen by professionals, for use in high-end retail spaces or restaurants that want a bit of a 'surfer vibe', this rack is made in a US based facility. This is a flat-facing rack stores the surfboard in the vertical position, which can either showcase and display the deck (top) without fins, or bottom of the surfboard (with or without fins.) This rack is useful for when trying to fill a void, or wall gaps in a higher location, such as over staircases. doorways, or other entryways.
We offer this rack in a variety of options:
- For Shorboards / Fishes (which are rated up to 100lb)
- Longboards (up to 10' in length and rated up to 60lb)
- Longboards with a Pin Tail (boards with a drawn in / "sharp" tail - up to 10' in legnth and rated up to 60lb.)
All mounting hardware & instructions are included. We do recommend putting these into studs, but is not necessary if the drywall anchors are installed correctly.
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I’m looking for a SUP vertical rack for outside on the side of my house for one SUP. Will the acrylic vertical mount of yours work for that?
We don't have an acrylic wall rack that holds the SUP vertically. However, we do have a version that holds SUP boards horizontally (or flat) with our Clear Surfboard or SUP Wall Rack | Flat | Trophy style.
The version of this rack can be seen HERE.
I have an older short board with 4 skegs. Would the bottom part of the rack be wide enough ?+ Show Answer
If planning on mounting the board with the skegs / fins attached, and you plan for them to face the wall (deck-side out) I would recommend getting the longboard version of this rack. The longboard version provides enough space off the wall to accommodate the fins.
If the fins are not attached and/or you want a flush look of the board against the wall then the shortboard version is your best bet.
The bases of both styles of the rack have enough width to support most boards, if mounted correctly.
The vertical rack was perfect :)
Great rack to display a surfboard vertically which is a tough rack to find. Couldn’t be happier with the quality, quick delivery, and communication. Looking forward to doing business in the future. I bought two for our Jordy Smith boards on display at O’Neill store in Cabazon, CA.
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