Quick and Dirty Ski Rack for the Garage
After putting new lights in the garage, I figured I might as well get everything else organized - starting with the pile of skis in the corner. I designed the rack shown at the right loosely based on a number of wooden ones you can buy on line. The skis are held by 8" long, 3/4" diameter dowels, with pipe insulation on them. I choose to use the insulation to help grip the skis, so that if bumped, they wouldn't move. The boot shelf above is made of 1x12 pine, with the shelf brackets mounted…
Store skis horizontal or vertical?
I'm thinking of building a ski rack, but not sure if I should make one that stores the skis vertically, like this: http://www.ski-epic.com/2008_telluride/p10..._ski_closet.jpg ...or horizontally, like this: http://mampersat.wordpress.com/2008/09/21/ski-rack-project/ Anybody have any strong opinions one way or the other? At the moment, I would need to store 3 pairs of skis, and I honestly don't see buying any more for at least 2-3 more years. Thanks!
4 Pair/19 Adjustable Button Ski Rack With Traditional | Etsy
This is a 4 position, adjustable, Totti Button Ski Rack® with traditional, handmade, wooden buttons. It is being produced for those that want a more organic solution for ski storage. It can hold 4 pairs of alpine skis while consuming only 19 inches of wall space. This wall mount ski rack holds alpine skis by their bindings instead of by their tips or tails. It is compatible with all shapes of alpine skis. Your fat rockered powder skis can now be stored next to your carving or your alpine…
Winter Ski Storage Rack
A sturdy storage solution from Monkey Bar Storage. Easily install in your garage, basement or shed to hang and organize up to 6 pairs of skis and the poles. Versatile hooks are movable to any position so it can adapt to any skis you have. The vinyl coated hooks gently grip a set of skis while leaving enough room to hang the poles on the end. Complete with all hardware needed. All steel construction with a lifetime warranty.