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Racks and Accessories to Organize, Store, and Display Your Boards & Gear

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Naked SUP Rack | Paddleboard Wall Rack | Home Paddleboard Storage and Display

The Naked SUP rack is our newest rack offering at StoreYourBoard!  This is the ultimate rack for your paddleboard.  It is both functional and aesthetically pleasing, with a minimalist approach, disappearing into the background and letting your SUP take the spotlight.

SUP rack

Display and show off your SUP, not the rack!  If you're looking for a lightweight, affordable, and non-intrusive way to show off your favorite paddleboard then the Naked SUP is an excellent option.
The Naked SUP looks minimalistic but the construction is rock solid to support your SUP.  Its rack arms are made from a single piece of aluminum that have been custom cut and bent, with, each with two pre-drilled holes that allow you to mount two screws in a single stud. The combination of all-aluminum construction with the 2-screw mounting pattern makes the Naked SUP incredibly sturdy for its size and appropriate for a majority of SUPs on the market.

paddleboard wall rack

The rack arms have been "pre-bent" slightly above horizontal so when a heavy SUP is loaded the arms do not sink below parallel with the floor, a very secure design. Lining the inside of each rack arm is a thick piece of felt padding to rest your paddleboard and prevent any long term pressure point distortions.

paddleboard wall rack

paddleboard home wall rack





SUPs come in many shapes and sizes so it is a challenge to have one rack that fits every SUP. Here are ideas of the sizes that the Naked SUP Rack can hold:

Width
: Boards up to 36 inches wide
Thickness: Boards up to 6 inches thick
Length: Any (the rack arms are independent and can be mounted as far or as close together as needed to accommodate your SUP)

-The Naked SUP works well with most inflatable SUPs.  We know it can be a hassle to constantly inflate and deflate them.
-The Naked SUP is NOT meant for touring boards, they have too wide of a hull and the geometry to lean the board back against the wall does not work.

Check it out today!

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