Yesterday I contributed to a Home Hack to Apartment Therapy for hanging snowboards. It’s a simple process that requires only a couple stoppers (rubber or cork) and screws. The weight of the hanging board keeps it firmly placed against the wall.
Shown here is my vintage 93′ Jeff Brushie (classic trout is still one of the best deck designs ever) and my newer Jamie Lynn Lib-Tech. I don’t ride the Brushie but I do enjoy displaying it in my garage even if it’s only to remind me of my old school days of boarding.
This storage method also makes it super easy to grab the board and go if there’s a chance at first tracks like this week.
Make sure you check out the rest of Apartment Therapy’s Home Hacks. You’ll find a ton of great DIY ideas.
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