Rocker Ski Rack - Individual

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Rocker Ski Rack is the original wall mounted rack that stores your skis in a neutral position. Traditional wall mounted ski racks alter the natural shape of your equipment in order to store it, and in many cases, simply don't work with reverse cambered skis. 

This rack stores skis and snowboards of all shapes, cambers, sizes, and sidecuts, including traditional alpine, cross-country, rockered, early-rise, AT/Randonee, telemark, and more. Protect your investment with a Rocker Ski Rack.

Each Individual rack is shipped with mounting hardware and instructions. Check out the pictures for mounting ideas, and send us shots of your own creative solutions!

Check out the sizing guide to determine which size is right for you. As a general rule of thumb, the Standard size works well for most skis, while XL is your best choice for fat powder skis and snowboards. If in doubt, choose XL!

Features:

  • Wall mounted rack stores skis without altering their natural shape
  • Built-in accessory equipment hanger
  • All steel construction with a durable, powder-coated finish
  • Rubberized arms retain the ski or snowboard
  • Designed & handmade in Ashland, Oregon, USA

Specifications:

  • Overall Dimensions (L x H x W): 9" x 4" x 4"
  • Weight: Approximately 2 lbs

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Size Guide

Rocker Ski Racks come in two sizes, Standard and XL. Standard racks feature 100mm long arms, while Extra Large rack arms are 152mm long. As a rule of thumb, Standard racks work well for the majority of skis, from your narrow skate skis on up through most mountain decks. Meanwhile, Extra Large racks are for you if your quiver includes snowboards or McConkey-worthy pow slayers. 

Rack arms work best if they extend at least halfway across the width of your ski or board at a point 6-12" below the tip. So if you're storing a snowboard with a nose width of 300mm, the 152mm long arms of the XL rack will suit you well, while the 100mm long arms of the Regular rack will be too short. 

Of course, these racks work just fine if they extend more than halfway across—or beyond—the width of your skis or board. If you're looking for the ultimate in flexibility, or just aren't sure what will work best for you, we recommend choosing XL.