Just because summer is officially over doesn’t mean you have to pack up those racks! Keep up with all things water sports and our amazing Manta Racks patented storage system. Now is the perfect time of year to make use of your kayaks, SUPs, kiteboards, wakeboards, and paddleboards and get to your favorite watersport vacation destination to play!
Manta Racks is located just outside of Orlando, Florida, and our lives revolve around the water—fresh and salt—and our passion runs deep for water sports and specifically board sports of all kinds. The entire team at Manta Racks keeps it real all year long! We go fishing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing, paddleboarding, wakeskating, and yes, we still even water ski! The number one thing we noticed getting in the way of our easy access and simple enjoyment was the need for new and improved racks. If you’re a typical fisherman or woman and you also like going out on your boat for water sports, then you know how stressful it can be to try to find space for your water sports equipment. As the owners of Manta Racks, we ran into a similar issue. We loved spending time out on the water but felt the boat was too crowded to bring along wakeboards, water skis, and kneeboards.
Years ago we got the idea for Manta Racks because our water sport boards of all kinds were always in the way taking up valuable room, scratching things up, stubbing our toes on our skis, and scratching our heads to find a solution. As you’re probably aware, most sporting goods and water sports equipment doesn’t come cheap, and the last thing we needed was scratching up or breaking our expensive and cumbersome boards. So one day while out enjoying the gorgeous South Florida water and desperately in need of racks to help us get back into the chill zone, we came up with the idea of using the pre-existing fishing rod holders! Our ingenious idea is now a patented 360° locking swivel feature rack system, providing safe and easy access so your boards can be stored on the gunnel of the boat without drilling extra holes.
Are You in Need of Water Board Racks? We’ve Got Your Back!
With Manta Racks, all of your boards are out of the way of your passengers and securely fastened to a rack system so you can “Take Your Boards and Go Further!”
- The S1 System: Securely transports one paddleboard at one time. This system includes two racks and must be set into quality, through-bolted, reinforced fishing rod holders. The optimal distance between the two-rod holders should be 24″ to 48.″
- The S2 System: Securely transports two paddleboards. This system includes two racks and must be set into quality, through-bolted, reinforced fishing rod holders.
- The L2K Rack: Designed to transport one kayak or one large paddleboard. This system includes two racks and must be set into quality, through-bolted, reinforced fishing rod holders. The optimal distance between the two-rod holders should be 24″ to 48.″
- The B3 System: Even more rack to pack, and transports three boards at once! The two outer slots are designed for boards with bindings such as kiteboards, wakeboards, or water skis, while the one slot in the middle is for the thicker boards such as wakeskates, wakesurfers, and some kneeboards.
Ready for your next water adventure and in need of some new racks? Don’t let just anyone sell you a rack; make sure you pick the best of the best! Check out www.mantaracks.com today and see what wakeboard accessories you can find! If you have any questions about our racks, gear, installation directions, deliveries, or accessories, contact our team at 1-888-622-0225 today! We can’t wait to help you get the gear you’ll need to have the time of your life! You’ll wonder how you ever managed without a Manta Rack attached to your boat!
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