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Monday, November 26, 2012

Backwoods Crew - Fishing, Hunting and Surfing

Colin in the tube!

If you're looking for a site that has great surfing mixed with fishing, hunting and a love for the outdoors, check out the Backwoods Crew.  The site has got it all and keeps awesome updated videos, photos and news and events in and around the Delmarva peninsula.

The site is the brainchild of Colin Herlihy, a true east coast waterman.  Colin grew up in Sussex County, Delaware, a rural area in southern Delaware with a stretch of coast that was Colin's stomping grounds growing up.  Colin is an unreal bodyboarder (stand-up, drop knee) and is sponsored by and developed his own bodyboard for Toobs, which you can see on their web site.  He also is an exceptional surfer and has spent winters in Puerto Rico and the North Shore surfing and bodyboarding.  Take the 4 minutes to check out his video profile above.  Just 5 seconds in you will see what has to be the biggest air in bodyboarding history, off a huge wedge in Puerto Rico.

Back home in Sussex County, Colin also is an accomplished hunter and fisherman as you can see on his web site.  Check out his video "Blasting' & Castin'".  Or look below and you can see he knows how to reel in the big one.  More proof of Colin's love for nature: his nickname is "Buck" and the logo on his Toobs bodyboard is the head and antlers of a buck.  Check out our fishing rod racks, too. 

Colin and I spent summers working at a restaurant in Sussex County and he is a real down-to-earth dude.  He is always looking out for the groms on the beach and in the water, giving pointers, throwing out free toobs gear, and being a great representative of all things surfing.  Check out his site - - you won't regret it.

StoreYourBoard Cyber Monday 2012 | 15% OFF Sale

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and got a chance to be with their friends and families.  

Now that Thanksgiving is over the 2012 Holiday Season has begun. I hope you will consider as a place to find some great holiday gifts this year.  We are constantly adding new products so check out the website and see what's new.

To start off the season the right way we are offering:

Maybe you need a new ski rack for the upcoming winter season or maybe you could really use a wakeboard rack to store your wakeboards over the off season.  We also have a huge selection of other storage items like ladder racks and garage hooks.  Check them out and get something useful for your gift this year!

Friday, November 16, 2012

StoreYourBoard Customer Reviews | New Website Feature

We are always trying to improve our website and customer experience.  Our newest feature is Customer Reviews.  In order for this to be a success we are counting on YOU to help us.  

Your input will help StoreYourBoard customers make a better buying decision! If you've ever read a customer review (Amazon anyone?), then you know how helpful they can be when deciding to place an order! Please take a moment and Write a Review and Share an Image. You never know who you are helping in the process!

It's easy to submit a review, just navigate to your product on and scroll down the page to the Customer Review Section.
StoreYourBoard Reviews

This box will then pop up.  Fill out the info and leave your review!  We also included a place to upload a photo of your rack to share.
Review Form

What Makes a Good Review?
Be detailed and specific. What would you have wanted to know before you purchased the product? Not too short and not too long. Aim for between 75 and 300 words.

Remember, this is your product review. Use your own words and style, and have a little fun with it.

We LOVE to see customer photos!  Upload yours when you are writing your review. 

Tell Us What You Think
Tell Us What You Think
Let People Know What Rack They Should Buy

We are really relying on your help to get this off the ground.  Please take a moment to write a review.

Thanks for Your Help!

Josh Gordon


PS - The HOLIDAY SEASON is here...  
Think StoreYourBoard for the perfect holiday gift this year.  Do yourself a favor and order early so you are done your shopping and can enjoy the holiday festivities!

Friday, November 9, 2012

Snowboarder Profile | Stephanie Beaudry, Never Give Up

Making a name for yourself in the snowboarding industry is no easy task.  It takes a special rider that battles on through injury, never stops learning and pushes their limits.  Twenty-one year old Stephanie Beaudry is a rider from Pennsylvania that embodies and lives by those three ideals. 

Picking up a snowboard when she was twelve, Stephanie immediately took to the sport modeling herself after her older sisters—them “looking like bad asses” is what convinced her to learn in the first place.  Not being able to put the board down, and not to mention her fierce determination, Stephanie quickly excelled and began doing competitions.  Then in high school, Stephanie received an offer that not many small town girls are lucky enough to be asked: to be a flow rider for Skullcandy.  Look and see what we learned about Stephanie during our interview with the promising rider.

StoreYourBoard:  Are you still a flow rider with Skull Candy?

Stephanie: No I am no longer with Skull Candy my rep moved on to a new company.  I’m currently working towards a relationship with a new company.  But I’m keeping that on the DL because it's still in the works.  But if everything goes as planned, I'll be their first national girl team rider!

StoreYourBoard: That is awesome! How would it feel to be a team’s first girl rider?

Stephanie: I would feel so honored and it would only make me want to excel my riding.  Many riders get on teams and stop trying; I feel it would just make me want to push the envelope.

StoreYourBoard: Do you have any pre-competition rituals?

Stephanie:  I like to listen to fun music.  It’s a must, if my music is off my whole demeanor is off.   I really enjoy underground hip-hop.  Artists like Common or Atmosphere.

StoreYourBoard: Would you say you’re superstitious?

Stephanie: I try to stay away from stuff like that.  I used to have a problem where if my song wasn’t perfect, I’d have a bad run! So I just tell myself have fun go with the flow.

StoreYourBoard: What is your favorite type of competition?

Stephanie: I do three types of competition – Big Air, Slopestyle, and Rail Jams.  I’d have to say Big Air is my favorite.  I love the idea of having a series of jumps or maybe only one jump that you have to do your best trick on!

StoreYourBoard: Do you have a famous snowboarder who inspires you?

Stephanie: Honestly, I don’t have one.  Any person with the drive to try something new, like snowboarding, motivates me.

StoreYourBoard: If someone was to ask you to teach him or her to snowboard, what would you tell them?

Stephanie: I'll give you 20 min and then you're off.  It’s all about forcing yourself to push your limits and keep with it no matter how tough it gets. You can't be shown and just expect to get it, you have to get up and do it as well.

StoreYourBoard: Have you sustained any injuries from snowboarding?

Stephanie: Where should I start…I have cracked ribs, sprained my wrist, bruised my tail bone, five concussions, two hospitalizations, and one ambulance ride. Currently in my left hand I have two pins and a screw. Oh, and I have the beginning stages of arthritis in my back hip.

StoreYourBoard: And none of that turns you off from snowboarding?

Stephanie: Well my hand was a HUGE blow, but when you wake up every day with it, it’s your drive.  All my injuries have only pushed me more.

StoreYourBoard: I love that you are passionate, do you think some riders ever lose track of that?

Stephanie: Of course.  They get into the party lifestyle—smoke weed, drink, ride and they lose the purpose.  I’ve seen so much amazing wasted talent. 

However, Stephanie is not one of the “wasted talent’s” she speaks of and doesn’t plan to be.  The mentality to never give up and to constantly learn new things about the sport she loves is what will drive her to be the best snowboarder she can be.  Currently going after her dream, Stephanie has moved to California to live at the bottom of the North Star Resort where she plans to compete this season and continue doing what she loves: snowboarding.

Ride On,