The 4 Best Longboard Skate Wall Mount

Take good care of your longboard by buying a wall mount for it today.


Sure, you can always go the DIY route, but who has the time to do that? Not to mention, there’s really no guarantee that the one that you make yourself will be just as good of a quality, especially if you’re not the handyman yourself.


With that said, we’ve gone out and rounded up the 4 best longboard skate wall mounts available today.


This way, you can go and get yourself a cool skateboard wall mount without breaking the bank.


1.   COR Surf Bamboo Skateboard Wall Rack

Take your eco-friendly lifestyle to the next level by buying yourself a longboard wall rack made out of environmentally-friendly and naturally grown bamboo.


The COR Surf Bamboo Skateboard Wall Rack is some quality stuff, and it’s something that the manufacturers are willing to stand by. In fact, they gave it a lifetime warranty on top of a 100% guarantee that you’ll receive your moneyback, with postage included, if you’re not satisfied with the wall rack.


What makes this longboard skate wall mount so great is that it’s versatile.


You can fit anything from Penny Boards to skateboards and longboards on the wall rack, and its classy design means that, you not only get to show off your longboard, but you’ll be able to do so in a way that it won’t stand out in a bad way.


The bamboo backing also helps make sure that the dirty wheels of your longboard doesn’t mess up your walls.


As an added bonus, all of the mounting hardware is already included with your purchase.



  • All mounting hardware included with the purchase
  • Versatile
  • Made out of 100% natural and eco-friendly material
  • Classy and elegant design
  • Lifetime warranty with 100% money-back guarantee


  • Larger or wider longboards might not fit

2.   Pro Board Racks Longboard Wall Rack Mount

If you’re an avid rider, you know that a single wall mount just isn’t enough. However, buying multiple wall mounts isn’t exactly an economically sound decision either.


So, what do you do?


Well, for starters, you can take a look at the Pro Board Racks Longboard Wall Rack Mount.


This wall mount can fit up to 5 different longboards, skateboards, or Penny Boards, as well as other types of rideable boards. But, perhaps more importantly, despite being able to fit as many boards, it’s not as expensive, and its pacific southwest redwood construction guarantees durability.


The said wood material has already been sanded to a smooth finish so you can use it as it is right out of the box. However, you can also add your preferred finish if that’s what you prefer.


This skate wall mount is also made in Colorado, USA, which means that you’re not only getting yourself a great way to showcase and store your boards, but you’re also helping out the local economy by doing so.


  • Easy to mount and install
  • Fits up to 5 boards
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Made in Colorado, USA


  • Rather expensive

3.   Sk8ology Hanger Rack

Other wall mounts might just be a place for storage for your longboard, but the Sk8ology Hanger Rack will let you turn your longboards into a piece of art.


If you’ve ever wished to make your room or the walls of your house like that of a skate shop, this is for you. Because, unlike other wall mounts where the mounting hardware is visible, the Sk8ology Hanger Rack means that the longboards will just float off of the walls to the point that the racks are pretty much invisible unless you look behind the boards.


Quick and easy to install, with its very own drywall anchor included, the hanger rack is perfect for retired decks and active boards alike.


  • Quick and easy mounting
  • The rack is not visible to the naked eye
  • Affordable


  • Fit might be an issue

4.   StoreYourBoard 3-Board Wall Storage Mount

Affordable, lightweight, and versatile, the StoreYourBoard 3-Board Wall Storage Mount can hold up to as many as 3 longboards. More importantly, it can also hold other boards and stuff as well. This includes everything from water skis to razor scooters, snowboards, and more.


You can also get extra hangers for the wall storage moutn so you can hang other stuff like headphones and backpacks as well.



  • Versatile
  • Cheap
  • Comes with extra hangers
  • Heavy-duty design
  • Made in Virginia, USA


  • Pricey
  • Could have used more wall anchors out of the box

Can You Make a DIY Skate Wall Mount?

The answer is yes, you can make your own skate wall mount.


The only question is, is it worth the money, time, and effort?


You see, designing a skate wall mount isn’t easy. You have to make sure that it can store and organize your longboards neatly and be able to hold it properly so it doesn’t fall off. More importantly, you have to have a bit of know-how when it comes to construction. Otherwise, you might end up damaging your drywall completely.


Of course, you’re free to try making your own DIY skate wall mount yourself.


However, if we were asked if we’d recommend it, we won’t.


Between having to design your own skate wall mount, sourcing the right materials, and spending money, you’re better off buying a skate wall mount that’s already been designed for this very purpose.


Not only will you have plenty of mounts to choose from, but you’re guaranteed that they were made specifically for your longboard.

Buy Your Own Longboard Skate Wall Mount Today

Longboard skate wall mounts definitely have a place at home and other establishments. In fact, many parks and schools, for example, have started installing them for a more organized storage area.


With that said, we do see skate wall mounts as a good investment for storing your longboards in style.


Hopefully,  with out recommendations, you’ve found the right one that suits your tastes and preferences. If not, then we’re hoping that we’ve at least given you an idea on what separates the best longboard skate wall mount from the others that are just trying to rip you off of your hard-earned money.


Wall Ride skate rack by Zanocchi & Starke

Save space with the Wall Ride skate rack by Zanocchi & Starke

Zanocchi & Starke, a design studio founded in Turin, Italy created their own skate rack know as the Wall Ride. It is a practical and versatile wall mounted rack, great for those who want to keep their home organised and their walls clean.

Wall Ride skate rack by Zanocchi & Starke

As opposed to standalone skateboard racks which we often see in stores and trade shows, this wall rack can be safely screwed into a wall saving space and doubling as a shelf. With Wall Ride the wheels of the skateboard never risk dirtying the walls and the graphic of the deck is always in plain sight. Three hooks and two shelves allow to hang and host anything else used in everyday life.

Wall Ride skate rack by Zanocchi & Starke

Furthermore, the same slot used to slide the longboard or skateboard into the rack serves as a handy bottle opener.

If you are in need of more space and want to keep your home organised, you can get a Wall Ride skate rack for 125 € directly from Zanocchi & Starke.

A history of skate shoes

Killer Kicks: A history of skate shoes

Certain skateboarding shoe designs defined skateboarding. It’s through particular designs that you can chart the history of the sport itself; from the early days of the multi-purpose Converse All-Stars to the highly-specialised Nike SB Koston 3 Hyperfeel.

It’s not just the names that became more elaborate. When the Randolph Rubber Company, a small, Massachusetts-based outfit, created the Randy 720, the first ever purpose-built skate shoe, it would signal the beginning of the race to design the best skate shoe.

50 years later, the pinnacle of skateboarding shoe design comes from multi-billion dollar companies, by way of years of innovation, testing, the input of professional skateboarders and amateurs alike, and pure experience. Whilst the sport’s popularity has ebbed and flowed, a loyal community has encouraged the evolution of tricks, boards, technology and, of course, shoes. Sock-like collars and new, more versatile materials show us the industry’s development.

Simple Footwear’s History of Skate Shoes charts how we went from the 720 to the wild aesthetics of the Osiris D3, and everything in between. As skating developed its own specialities, shoes followed suit; DC’s collaboration with big-air specialist Danny Way being a great example. A 10-foot drop out of a helicopter onto a ramp propelled not only himself through the air but DC’s global profile through the roof. Similar celebrity skater endorsements fuelled design inspiration.

Reinforced mid-soles, high-top ankle support, big-air modifications, vulcanised rubber soles, varied lacing technology… what happens below the surface is just as important as what happens above. The variety of visual design is testament to the diversity inherent to skateboarding culture. Wild colours and patterns serve as expressions of the influences within skateboarding, and the popularity of skating shoes in culture in general is just as telling.

A history of skate shoes

No Sweat - Helmet / Hat liner

NoSweat disposable liners for helmets or hats

In the past, I’ve seen some black snapback hats with white salt marks, guys squeezing sweat from their helmets and have spent a lot of hours travelling in a car smelling of skaters. Although this liner might not be helpful for people who hardly break a sweat while skating, I think some of you might find it interesting.

About the NoSweat helmet liner

NoSweat is a replaceable liner for hats and helmets mostly used in mainstream team sports, but it can also be applied to skateboarding.

NoSweat disposable liners for helmets or hats

It consists of 5 thin and lightweight layers of fabric that breathe and absorb sweat, while simultaneously reduce odour. Furthermore, it also eliminates fog buildup, making it a good add-on to a full face helmet.

Application to any head gear is super easy. First you peel off the label covering the adhesive, then you place it inside your helmet or hat and finally firmly press it along the edges to make it stick.

Designed to not damage the interior of your headgear, it’s also easily replaceable. The brand offers two grades of adhesive, standard for helmets, and extra strength adhesive for streetwear hats.

NoSweat offers two grades of adhesive, standard for helmets, and extra strength adhesive for streetwear hats.

Depending on how much you sweat while skating, NoSweat recommends replacing the liner after every use, but you can probably use it for maybe 2-3 sessions.

Currently they only ship to the US and Canada, but the brand wants to expand internationally. For more into, visit the NoSweat website.

In conclusion, I like the idea and the easy application. Making a helmet less stinky is always great and avoiding sweat burning your eyes is welcomed. But I didn’t really find any info regarding the price and how much sweat it actually absorbs. All in all, if it works, it ain’t stupid.

What do you think about NoSweat liners?

Do you find this product useful or do you think it’s totally unnecessary? Would you use it? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

WAPH Laces

WAPH Laces – The strongest laces system ever created for your shoes

The young french brand WAPH, which is becoming more and more famous in kitesurfing and wakeboarding, has rebuilt the traditional laces tightening systems to make the bindings never get loose. And it works pretty well, without making any knot.

WAPH Laces - Jaune

Then the brand adapted its system for shoes, first for wakeskaters (skateboarding on water) but it began obvious that it could be used for any board sports that require a strong tightening with no risk of getting loose.

WAPH Laces - Jaune S

Here is why the WAKESKATING pack from WAPH, composed of 2 laces + 2 buckles, will really be useful for us! The lace is 3x more stronder than other laces, and can handle some pretty hard treatments ! The buckle was especially design for the WAPH lace, to guarantee the best tightening ever. Its real cog wheel inside reall yblock the lace in a perfect way, and gives you the best comfort.

Without making a knot, the laces are shorter (90cm) and there’s no risk to walk or ride on it.

The whole system is 100% made in France and seems to be a great weapon for those who always have trouble with their laces. This might be the solution : no knot, no scotch, just this small buckle to block the lace.

WAPH laces - Collection

It seems that the system is really loved in wakeboarding, kitesurfing and wakeskating, sports in which the laces have a hard life, so it must be perfect for longboarding too.

Visit WAPH website for more info at and follow the brand Facebook or Instagram.

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Tuck Yeah Longboard Travel Bag

Longboard travel bag by Tuck Yeah Apparel – Product Release

Tuck Yeah Apparel recently announced the release of a longboard travel bag and I immediately ordered one for myself. Fairly priced and sized conveniently for the smaller local trips, it’s big enough to carry the board and all the essentials. Read through to find out more about the bag’s features.

Longboard travel bag by Tuck Yeah

Tuck Yeah Apparel is a brand run by the rad brothers from Milan, Stefano and Simone Barbizzi. As a part of their family business, the Barbizzi bros also produce a cool skateboarding themed apparel, like t-shirt and hats. You can check out all the stuff they do on their Facebook page if you’re interested.

Tuck Yeah longboard travel bag features

While waiting for the bag to be delivered sometimes in April, I talked with Stefano to find out more about the longboard bag and it’s features. He told me all about it and gave me a nice video tour of one of the prototype models. The bag looks very functional and has really cool features. Let’s check them out.

Longboard travel bag by TuckYeah Apparel

#1 Compact size makes it handy for local trips

I like it how the Tuck Yeah longboard bag is more compact comparing to some other bigger and more expensive longboard bags. Stefano and Simone didn’t design the TuckYea bag to fit a helmet and due to its smaller size, it’s more convenient for transport, especially when travelling with a smaller car. Longboard travel bag by TuckYeah

#2 Two extra pockets for all the essentials

The Tuck Yeah longboard bag features 2 extra pockets. One bigger pocket on the inside and one smaller pocket on the outside. The bigger pocket is big enough to carry at least 3 sets of wheels, some spare grip tape, nuts and bolts, bearings, bushings and a skate tool. I see no issues with fitting my G-form pads and slide gloves in the bag as well. I guess that’s all that I might need on a session, right?

To have that skate tool more accessible, I will probably carry it in the smaller pocket on the outside, along with some other stuff, like my wallet, phone, keys and similar. Damn! Now everyone will know where I’ll keep my wallet 🙂

#3 Two carrying options + it’s foldable

The TuckYeah bag features a nice handle for carrying with one hand and the additional straps for carrying on the back as a backpack. It doesn’t have wheels like some other bags, but I don’t think that I’ll miss them.

As it’s foldable, you can make it smaller and more comfortable to carry when there’s no board in it. It’s not water proof, but the material looks thick enough, so few drops of rain should not do any real damage.

Longboard travel bag by Tuck Yeah

Where to buy the Tuck Yeah longboard bag and how much it costs

At the time of writing this article the TuckYeah longboard bag is available through the pre-order only for 60 Euros. The pre-orders are expected to be fulfilled in April this year and from that point on, you will be able to order the bags via the BDS Ricami online shop.

Compared to other longboard travel bags, the TuckYeah bag comes at a half of the price. This makes it a great option for those on budget or for those who are looking for a decent entry level longboard bag.