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Whether you're showing off a vintage Backhill, your busted deck from last season, or you just need to get your board off the floor in a cramped space, the Burton Board Wall Mounts will do the trick. This three-piece set secures any snowboard to pretty much any flat surface.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

They hold up my board. Just as advertised. I left the top piece partially open since they are very stiff when trying to swing the clip open. Broke one of the anchors, they aren't the toughest. Make sure to drill a large enough hole to anchor it.

Boards are out of the way!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got two sets of these for my two beloved NeverSummers (forgive me the brands don't match!). These things are really great though.

Easy enough to install. They even come with the screws for drywall. I think it took about 30 minutes, and that was just so I could be sure I got them level and all that.

My boards now safely hang out of the way on the wall. Now they have even been a great storage rack as inevitbaly hats, socks, gloves, and all that other good stuff just hang on the bindings. Very happy with them. Aaaaand they look pretty good on the wall too.

No picture for now unfortunately

yea they're bulky, but they hold up well

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

and get the job done--we use these to hold/display almost every board we own, which after 20yrs is more than a few each. Holds up well and doesn't give out. Couldn't ask for anything more. Quality has held up through several moves, re-installs...can't knock 'em. can even mount on the ceiling.

yea they're bulky, but they hold up well

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

easily the best and coolest way to "store" your board, they only come with screws that are meant for drywall and easily support your board. If you're drilling into beams there is definitely some leeway on screw sizes that you could use since you would need your own.

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finally got some!

    I've been trying to snag a few of these for the last few months and finally got my hands on some. They're great, I've used them for storage purposes and art-like purposes, I love the board wall mounts, they get the job done while keepin' it snazzy :)

    Great Looking / Holding Mounts

      I've had these for the last few years for two of my boards. They make your boards look like pieces of art on your walls!

      Recommendation: Clean your boards before you mount them on the wall. Otherwise you'll need to re-paint if you ever take them down or move them

      Solid Mount

        This mount is great, unfortunately I couldnt upload a pic of it up on Dogfunk because the upload function is a bit buggy. I uploaded a pic of my mount at the following link:

        It holds my board up great. One thing to note is the things that are covering the board are moveable in both directions which makes getting your board off the wall very easy, all you do is (If the board is mounted horizontally) put the board resting on two of the mounts, and one on top somewhere, preferably the side like my picture shows so it is easier to take off, all you have to do is turn the top knob all the way up and then you can easily take your board down.

        Pretty sweet mount if you ask me, worked perfectly and holds it up very firmly without any doubt in my mind.


          Saw these and was interested, I usually just put some unsightly hooks in the wall to hold my board, but I figured for the 12 bucks I'd give it a try. They work just as advertised, and look great- I'd definitely recommend to anyone who would like to save some space and put their board on display

          Could this hold skis? twins?

          Could this hold skis? twins?

          Can you use them with the board in a...

          Can you use them with the board in a vertical position?

          They mount using screws? If yes, would it...

          They mount using screws? If yes, would it be possible to use double sided 3M adhesives or something? I wanna set this up in my dorm room, so I can't put holes in the wall

          Do you have to take the bindings off or...

          Do you have to take the bindings off or are the mounts sturdy enough to handle the board with them on?

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          Would this work for my wakeboards/wakesurf...

          Would this work for my wakeboards/wakesurf boards? The wakeboards are quite a bit heavier than my snowboard but need to get them outta the way.

          Do these honestly hold the board up easily...

          Do these honestly hold the board up easily enough?