Do it yourselfers that want to build their own wall mount Button Ski Racks can buy packages of 5 Button Ski Hangers to attach to the backboard of their choice. The backboard can be made from lumber such as a 1×4 or 2×4. An old ski or even a snowboard makes an excellent backboard. Commercial products such as slotted backboards for garage tool storage can easily be used to make an adjustable, wall mount, Button Ski Rack. Stand-alone Button Ski Racks can be made from solid structures such as a deck railing, a post or a barrel. Button Ski Hangers are injection molded plastic fixtures that can hold much more than the weight of a pair of skis. They are design to be attached with a 1/4″ screw. Some sort of a backboard that is 3/4″ to 1″ thick should be used if they are mounted to a wall. Installation height is typically 42″ off the floor. Like the hand built Totti Button Ski Rack, Button Ski Racks, built with Button Ski Hangers, hold an alpine ski by engaging the toe piece of the ski. The mating ski is attached by engaging the ski brakes. If there are no ski brakes, a strap is required. Button Hangers are compatible with all alpine bindings and any shape ski. Your fat rockered powder skis can now be stored next to your skinny carving skis. Ski storage racks that hang skis by the tips don’t work in all applications and may damage some kinds of skis. Slotted floor stands that stand skis on their tails don”t work for all shapes of skis. Rockered skis don’t necessarily fit in the same slotted floor stand as a alpine race ski, etc. Neither of theses problems exist with the Button Ski Rack. A Button Ski Rack simply holds skis off the ground by the binding tow piece. If the binding toe piece is strong enough to hold a ski boot on a ski, it is certainly strong enough to hold the ski on a Button Ski Hanger.
Ideal for storing skis in a garage, basement or condo
The best solution for storing skis in a ski locker
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