Magma Storage Rack Frame for Kayak and SUP

Magma Storage Rack Frame for Kayak and SUP


The Magma Storage Rack Frame for Kayak and SUP can be customized to fit 4 Kayaks and 5 or make SUPs or any other combination.


  • Can be mounted on a dock or any other flat surface
  • Stainless steel tie down points to secure all water toys
  • Strong adjustable arms for any size Kayak, SUP or water toy
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Storage Rack Frame for Kayak & SUP

Starting with the base rack assembly build a Kayak/SUP storage rack to fit your specific needs.

No more lugging around your heavy kayak or paddleboard after a long day on the water. With Magma's Kayak/SUP Dock Storage Rack System your problems are solved.

Building this rack system is simple, start with the base rack, R10-1001, and purchase the specific arms separately that best fit your needs. Storage rack arms (sold separately) are available in either straight 36" , R10-1010-36, for Kayaks, or angled, R10-1020, for SUPs/Boards, or a combination of both whichever best suits your needs. When fully assembled this rack holds up to 4 Kayaks and 5 or more SUPs or any combination.

This finely crafted rack has been designed for mounting directly to a dock or floor and is constructed from 1-1/2" diameter 304 Marine Grade Mirror Polished Stainless Steel tubing with 356 Anodized Aluminum connection joints. The vertical uprights have (30) adjustment holes spaced 2" apart for proper spacing between boats/boards to fit any size water toys in the rack. Base rack and all arms come with pre-installed UV resistant polyethylene foam padding. Each arm has a tie-down point allowing use of securing straps when equipment is stored or simply use a cable lock to safely secure items to the rack.

Whether you're new to water sports or a seasoned veteran this rack is a must have for every paddling enthusiast.

  • Can Be Mounted on Your Dock or Any Flat Surface
  • Extremely Strong Adjustable Arms for Any Size Kayak, SUP, or Water Toy
  • Base Rack is 1-1/2" diameter 304 Mirror Polished Stainless Steel, Steel Tubing and Hard Anodized Aluminum Elbows
  • Straight Arms and SUP Arms (sold in pairs) are purchased separately to customize the rack to your requirements
  • Stainless Steel Tie-Down Points to Secure All Water Toys
  • Base Rack and All Arms Include UV Resistant Polyethylene Foam Pads
  • 100% 304 Marine Grade Mirror Polished Stainless Steel
  • Absolutely the best way to store your water toys
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Magma Storage Rack Frame for Kayak and SUP R10-1001 Storage Rack Frame for Kayak and SUP
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Magma Storage Rack System Arms R10-1020 Storage Rack System Arms, SUP Arms
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Magma Storage Rack System Arms R10-1010-36 Storage Rack System Arm, Straight Arms 36"
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