Surfboard Storage

YeahNo

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Dakine day bag for each board, and they all huddle together in the corner. If our condo was bigger I'd probably get some sort of wall mount, but the corner spot works for now.
 

potato-nator

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my basement has mice and surfboards.
the mice don't gather dust but...the... boards...do...:geek:
 

SixtyGrit

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I'm in the process of building a shed for my boards, and I'm loving this thread.

Currently under consideration on my side is ventilation for summer months, and fin storage / display.
 
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waxurDyl

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This is pretty similar to my set up.
This pic is from when I started moving boards to my current house. It was a process, lol! Vertical and horizontal T-Rax on the walls for boards in the current rotation. They’re stacked 3 deep in each slot without fins. The storage above is for the boards not being used regularly, all lined up on their rails.
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rowjimmytour

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I'm in the process of building a shed for my boards, and I'm loving this thread.

Currently under consideration on my side is ventilation for summer months, and fin storage / display.
I use 2x solar blows air in and use whirlybird fan to blow air out of my shed:cheers:
 
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I use the adjustable tabs and rails that you can buy at hardware stores, cut a slot in pvc tubing with a dremel, and cover with pipe insulation. Easy to adjust and the rails come in different lengths. For those on the floor, I keep them shoulder to shoulder since vertical stacking lets them protrude into the garage and takes up to much real estate. A beam attached to the wall, and bungees to secure.PXL_20220628_193158288_2.jpgPXL_20220628_193222278_2.jpgPXL_20220628_193300792_2.jpg
 

Havoc

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I use the adjustable tabs and rails that you can buy at hardware stores, cut a slot in pvc tubing with a dremel, and cover with pipe insulation. Easy to adjust and the rails come in different lengths. For those on the floor, I keep them shoulder to shoulder since vertical stacking lets them protrude into the garage and takes up to much real estate. A beam attached to the wall, and bungees to secure.View attachment 132628View attachment 132629View attachment 132630
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