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Posted on March 10th, 2010 by Jason

Now that the end of the season is on the horizon for many skiers, we turn our attention to storing our gear for the summer. For lots of skiers that means piling their boards in an unused corner of the basement or garage, and then constantly picking them up as they spill across the floor until next fall.

In our search for a better way to organize out skis, we discovered Bordz-Up and their unique products. Of all the racks we tried, the Pipe-Line was the only product that would hold the wider skis in our quiver, and even though it stumbled when initially asked to hold skis with massive amounts of rocker, we still found a solution that would work for every pair of powder shredding sticks we threw at it.

Note: As you can see from the pictures in the gallery below, we ended up hanging our Pontoons from the tails because that worked better than the tips. If you have a ski with a lot of tip and tail rocker you can still put them in tip up, but they will probably be higher up on the wall than any of your other skis. Keep that in mind when you mounting the rack so you have enough clearance for the tips.

Here’s what we like about the Bordz-Up PipeLine Ski Rack System:

  • Versatile Design: Compared to the cheap wire racks, or tried and true dowel in a board method, this is the only one that works very well with today’s wider rockered skis.
  • Expandable: The Pipeline system is available in 2 or 4 ski versions, and you can link multiple racks together to give you plenty of storage space that grows as your quiver expands.
  • Good Looks: Face it, you’ve put a lot of money into your ski setup, and beyond just protecting your boards from damage, the Pipeline ski rack also puts them out on display for fellow skiers to admire.

If you’re looking for a way to organize your skis, while also protecting them, the PipeLine Ski Rack System from Bordz-Up is hands-down the best product on the market right now. Yeah, it’s a little expensive at $74.99 for the four ski version, but once you install it you’ll wonder how you ever survived without one.

Say goodbye to skis falling over against your car, or being tripped by an errant Rossi S7 while trying to get inside the house and buy the Bordz-Up PipeLine Ski Rack.

Gallery: Bordz-Up Wall Mounted Ski Rack
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8 Responses to “REVIEW: Bordz-Up Ski Rack; Hold Your Whole Quiver”

  1. CO Kyle & Co. says:

    Maybe you’re especially messy. I keep it clean.

  2. Jason says:

    That’s pretty easy with one pair of skis…

    How was it yesterday?

  3. Spencer says:

    The garage ski racks sure make that wall look nice. I am hoping my homemade screws in the wall don’t dig into my skis too much. Nice review.

  4. CO Kyle & Co. says:

    I have two pair! If I didn’t already have a nice little spot to keep them (Next to my office desk) I’d be all over a rack for home. Or perhaps once I ad some more to my quiver.

  5. Jason says:

    Whoa, what did you get?

    Thanks for rubbing it in that you can leave stuff in your office AT the mountain.

  6. CO Kyle & Co. says:

    I still have my K2 PE’s. Oh you noticed that huh?;)

  7. Jason says:

    Oh yeah, I forgot about the PEs. Do you pretty much ski on your Prophet’s every day? I’m thinking I may start looking for a new ski for next year to replace my Brewskis, and they’re on the list.

    Do they have a wax room you guys can use up there?

  8. CO Kyle & Co. says:

    I actually have the Blends, but they’re very similar to the Prophets I think. I ski my PE’s on park days if i’m planning on hitting some boxes. or if i’m running groomers, they’re actually a really fun ski. The blends are super fun though, a real all mtn ski fore sure and i’d recommend them for sure. As far as waxing goes, naw I still do it myself at home. I probably could finagle the rental shop to do it but I like waxing and tuning.

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