Rocker Ski Racks are the best way to store your skis and snowboards when they aren’t on your feet. Here are a few reasons why:

  • Hangs skis & snowboards without altering their natural shape. Rocker Ski Racks don't care if your skis or snowboards have traditional camber, rocker/camber/rocker, rocker, early rise, whatever – they will store your shred sticks as they were meant to be – in a neutral position.
  • Made for skis or snowboards! Very few, if any snow-sport storage racks allow users the ability to interchange what they are storing as easily as Rocker Ski Racks. No modifications/alterations are necessary – simply take your ski out & put your snowboard in.
  • Works with a single ski or snowboard. Rocker Ski Racks don’t require you to store a pair of anything! One ski, one snowboard, or one of each – the design of Rocker Ski Racks allow you to hang whatever you want, individually.
  • Store your accessories in the same place you store your shred sticks. The integrated ‘spreader bar’ allows for easy access to the storage arms – also providing a place to hang your poles, googles, helmet or related accessories.
  • Built to last. Constructed of steel, finished with a durable powder-coating, and rubberized to protect the edges of your skis & snowboards, Rocker Ski Racks will be the last storage rack you will buy. You own top-notch equipment, and it deserves a resting place which is of equal quality – not the corner of your garage.
  • Super hot. Unlike most ski and snowboard racks, Rocker Ski Racks are something that you might actually want to hang on your wall & show off to your friends.
  • Designed & Handcrafted in the USA. Rocker Ski Racks are created by a skier/snowboarder for skiers & snowboarders who care about their gear. Hand built by the same person who designed them, Rocker Ski Rack are  hand crafted with love each and every time.

How they work

Rocker Ski Racks are incredibly intuitive and simple to use:

Using Rocker Ski Rack

  1. Lift storage arm and insert ski or snowboard.
  2. Pivot storage arm down, creating contact between the surfaces of the storage arm and ski or snowboard.
  3. Rinse and repeat.

That’s it! To remove your ski/snowboard just reverse the steps above (hold onto ski/snowboard, pivot storage arm up, and remove your equipment).