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Log Kayak Rack 4-place One-sided Kayak and SUP rack Unfinished
Log Kayak Rack 4-place One-sided Kayak and SUP rack Unfinished
Log Kayak Rack 4-place One-sided Kayak and SUP rack Unfinished
Log Kayak Rack 4-place One-sided Kayak and SUP rack Unfinished

Log Kayak Rack 4-place One-sided Kayak and SUP rack Unfinished

Product ID : 30541592


Galleon Product ID 30541592
UPC / ISBN 638632135786
Shipping Weight 105 lbs
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Manufacturer Log Kayak Rack
Shipping Dimension 74.02 x 22.99 x 12.01 inches
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Log Kayak Rack 4-place One-sided Kayak and SUP rack Unfinished Features

  • Made with glued mortise and tenon joinery in northern Wisconsion

  • Northern White Cedar used Indoors and Outdoors

  • Holds 4-place One-sided Kayak, Surfboards and SUPS

  • 74"H x 60"D x 53"W Assembly Required, Not designed for canoes

  • Mande in Manitowish waters, WI -Made in USA


About Log Kayak Rack 4-place One-sided Kayak And SUP Rack Unfinished

The 4-place One-sided Log Kayak Rack Unfinished is built with Northern White Cedar from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Cedar is decay, termite and Powder-post beetle resistant. This rack is designed for functionality and aesthetics by lake home owners. It not only cares for and organizes your boats, it can be matched to its surroundings being log construction. With finishing options you can match dock, house, etc... or let it turn silver/gray with no finish, or you can use your own finish if so desired. This rack holds the heaviest of Kayaks, Surfboards and SUPS (Stand Up Paddle-boards). This rack is not designed for canoes. Each boat can weigh up to 100 pounds. This rack has up to a 400 pound capacity. We have worked with logs for over 23 years crafting log homes, furniture and kayak racks. Each joint is glued and screwed for longevity. We use glued mortise-and-tenon joinery wherever possible. Hand made and finished by Log Artisans in Northern Wisconsin.