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Locking up my SUP

Discussion started by Kasey Benchimol 2 years ago
I work for a SUP shop in Connecticut and around here a lot of people that we sell to leave their boards at surf and beach clubs. They have been asking me recently how to secure and lock a SUP that doesn't seem to have any way of locking it up. These are more surfing/cruising style boards without much hanging off of them. Any ideas?
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Kasey Benchimol
Kasey Benchimol
Yeah I saw the post and actually shared it to my company's facebook page as well! It's been soo helpful and now we have docks locks in our shop!!
2 years ago
Erin Blunt Robbins
Erin Blunt Robbins
Did you see the all the comments on the supconnect facebook page? Tons of people responded to your question!

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=387995454593498&set=a.118847858174927.15812.113947128665000&type=1&theater
2 years ago
Erin Blunt Robbins
Erin Blunt Robbins
Depending on the size of the board, some put them in their cars. There is a new tie down system for on top of the car that has steel in it so it can't be cut through and has lock on it so that people can safely leave them on top of their car. Let's post about his on the Supconnect facebook page and ask there!
2 years ago

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