Do not leave your beloved board hidden, hang it on the wall with our special wood skateboard wall rack and let it become a furniture for your home or your store!
Skateboard Rack “Hang Loose” is the new Surf4Home model for Long Skate, Snowboard, Woody, Penny, Skimboard, Kitesurf and Wakeboard.
Hang Loose is the californian renaming of the old Shaka Hand from Hawaii used in the surf culture.
Hawaiian people uses the shaka to convey the “Aloha Spirit”. A concept of friendship, understanding and solidarity among the various ethnic cultures that reside in Hawaii.
We wanted to pay tribute to this ancient gesture, so we designed a skateboard wall rack to do that.
First af all, here below the main features of our “Hang Loose” wood skateboard rack:
- Completely handmade skateboard rack
- Ultra-Resistant made of selected multilayered Yellow Pine marine wood, can hold every snowboard up to 15 kg
- Easy to install, only 4 screws and NO VISIBLE HOLE;
- Realized with special design to better adapt to your home decor;
- All mounting hardware included.
Then we ship certificate of authenticity and a small surprise gadget.
Hang Loose Skateboard rack is always a Surf4Home handmade product, realized with selected multilayered marine yellow pine wood.
In other words, with 4 hidden screws you can easily install your skateboard rack, then the 4 dowels with the 4 screws are included. You can choose the distance between the brackets so it is suitable for every kind of board.
We developed our skate rack with smooth and rounded edges to protect your board.
Laser engraved with Surf4Home® logo.
In the end, you can easily check the Size of our wall skate rack through looking at the photos!
Each product can be different from each other, guaranteeing the authenticity of our handcrafted products.
Surf4Home produce every kind of creation but only using wood and iron. We all must be aware that plastic pollutes so we have to fight against it.
Then Surf4Home was born thanks to a truly passion for sport, wood and sea, thanks for supporting us!
Shaka Hand, stay tuned