Pair of Hand Made contemporary style Oak and leather surfboard wall mount.
As surfers we are very consious of the environment and the use of plastics. We try to use sustainable and natural products as solutions for our products. This surfboard wall rack is made from natural products (solid Oak and leather).
This high quality hand crafted product finished off in lime wax, which helps preserve wood products for a greater period of time than most oils or stains and also the lime highlights the natural wood grain to enhance the look of the product giving a very subtle whitewashed appearance.
The Leather straps are hand craftted from natural Veg Tan Leather Hyde wich gives it a very nutureal earthy feel that will be inkeeping with most wall colours. Also available in Brown Vegetable Tanned and Black Vegetable Tanned leather.
These wall straps are prefect for the environmentally consious surfer who wants to use natural products rather than plastics. In order to prevent staining from water droplets the straps are coated with a hand made leather wax. Made by us from natural oils and bees wax sourced from local bee keeper so you can be assured no chemicals have been used in the making of our products.
I take pride in using local sourced wood products or recycle timber in order to sympathetically repurpose beautiful wood products to give them a new life.
(Not recommended for SUPs or very large longboards). If you require these for a large or heavy board please contact the seller for a bespoke item to meet your boards requirements.
These are supplied with raw plugs and mounting screws. (Fitting required)
They can be made bespoke to order and other styles, woods and finishes are available on request.
*All items are hand made using natural materials, therefore can contain minute imperfections, colour variations and dimensions can vary very slightly.
*Mounting to plasterboard walls may require alternative fixing plugs (Not Supplied). The seller takes no responsibility for damage caused to property due to the purchaser improperly securing the fixings or not using a suitable wall.