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Smile Where do my boards sleep?

In the man cave! The wifey gave me the go ahead to mount our boards in my cave...Just thought I'd share

Her Pandora and my heritage and Evo


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Thats my type of artwork!

So many runs so little time.
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Sick setup
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The only way to roll!

Mines either under the kitchen or against some wall or under the bed.
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Nice set up, I had it similar to that for a while, heres where mine rest ( cuz I dont give them enough time to sleep lol) in the hallway next to the living room.



and a shot from my couch



No need to hide my boards from my woman because she shreds too, those are her 2 boards on the bottom
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nice! :thumbsup;
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Holy crap you guys have amazing living rooms/man caves!!

Can't wait to move out to do the same thing because for now my folks would kill me XD !!!
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Nice set up, I had it similar to that for a while, heres where mine rest ( cuz I dont give them enough time to sleep lol) in the hallway next to the living room.

No need to hide my boards from my woman because she shreds too, those are her 2 boards on the bottom
How are those mounted exactly?

If I'm not mistaking, it looks like two rope type things with board slots in them. They look a helluva lot cheaper than those expensive wall mount pieces $$$$$ while still looking really sick.
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Holy crap you guys have amazing living rooms/man caves!!

Can't wait to move out to do the same thing because for now my folks would kill me XD !!!
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How are those mounted exactly?

If I'm not mistaking, it looks like two rope type things with board slots in them. They look a helluva lot cheaper than those expensive wall mount pieces $$$$$ while still looking really sick.
Its called the jib crib, a guy on this forum sells them, heres the website Snowboard Skateboard Wall Mounted Indoor Rack

I think it was like $20 or so, definitely worth it, and its so easy. Just two straps one side has solid loops and the other one has velcro loops, just slide it in and strap up the velcro. works great. I used to make my own mounts that screw into the wall and tac the board in 3 places but then I had to unscrew and screw them every time I took the board down or put it up. this is way better. Ha the front door to my crib is right in front of the boards so every day when I come home open the door thats the first thing I see
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That's friggin sick!! Cheap too, I wish I could get in touch with the guy other than by phone.

I live in Canada and shipping might be a bitch if he ships with USPS..
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