Garage ski rack design

teletimmo

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I'm finally getting my garage organised some years after buying my house! I'm looking for inspiration for garage ski racking to mount on brick walls. Does anyone have design tips? Can ski flex be damaged if they are stored incorrectly?
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teletimmo

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Is the space best used vertically or horizontal?
Probably vertical as the gaps between the brick pillars (attached pic) may be slightly to short if I hang horizontally
 

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teletimmo

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I built mine by using a flat piece of timber 100cm x 20cm x 25mm thick.
I cut grooves like this pic.
Skis and boards are vertical though.
I lined the grooves with eva
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foam and trimmed neatly.
Awesome, looks good!
 

almontyrat

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I have them on 3D printed mounts screwed to the wall.
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Can you print me some right and left 75mm tele toe mounts for a fee?

Actually that won't work either sadly as the bull dogs and other burnt mountain bindings either have the three pins or the brake retraction mechanism in the way when boot free... Be OK for the Targas and the Vice though....
 

skinavy

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A pallet works well. Poles and skis without bindings stored in the back. If I want to display graphics, skis go side by side eg my Dynafits. Fits more skis if not side by side.

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I store my spare poles (and broom and mop) like this in the garage. Pallet screwed to the wall with a couple of ankascrews.
 
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