2 Seattle Sports® Kayak Wall Cradles

Item # WX2-294144

5 stars
  • Google+
  • Pinterest
Buyer's Club $31.49 Non-Member $34.99
Canada/International Shopping Info

In Stock

Details & Specs

2 Seattle Sports® Kayak Wall Cradles. Hang it high between river runs.

2 easy-mount Wall Cradles store your kayak safely and out of the way when not in use. Built with lightweight yet super-strong powder-coated steel. Cradles include mounting lag bolts for quick, no-fuss installation. Each 14 x 24"h., 36 ozs.

Order ONLINE Today!

Reviews

Customer Reviews

5 stars
(2) 1-2 of 2 Reviews
  1. 5 stars
    So far, I'm very happy with these. I've mounted them on the back of my shed where my kayak is stored outside and out of sight. A total of four screws per bracket make these very rigid. I have a 12' Perception Sport and it doesn't slip or slide around in the brackets at all. It will be interesting to see how the paint and foam padding hold up to the harsh Wisconsin elements over time.
  2. 5 stars
    The kayak wall cradle I purchased was well builte and holds my kayak securely.
1-2 of 2 Reviews
  1. Pages:
  1. 1
Articles & Tips
Canoeing In Shallows

Every canoeist knows the "joys" of shallow water. There are rocks to scrape and boulders to bang; sometimes there is not enough water to float the canoe. Then, you wade and drag your boat. Shallows spell adventure and get you away from the crowd, and they present opportunities to fish and photograph wildlife. Here are some shallow water canoeing tips.
Read More...

Canoeing Mistakes You Won’t Want To Make

Here are some serious canoeing mistakes you won't want to make! Learn from the mistakes I've made over my many years of paddling! Some of these include not scouting a familiar rapids, not zipping up your life jacket, not stowing loose items, and paddling barefoot.
Read More...

Ace Cards For Canoeing Big Water

You're canoeing a big lake and come to a large bay. It's a mile if you head straight across or 10 miles if you follow the shore. There are some breaking waves, but they look manageable. Should you paddle the bay or take the slow safe route near shore?
Read More...

A ‘Third Hand’ — An Anchor Line Clip, Cleat

Most canoes have little use for extensive lines (other than the standard bow line and perhaps some attached to thwarts for securing loads). Still, there are occasions where a clip or cleat can come in handy -- being a "third hand" for an anchor line, for example. Here is why you may want to use them on your canoe or kayak.
Read More...

Shallow Water Saltwater Fishing: Try A Canoe

It was opening day of the snook season and I thought about taking my skiff fishing, but the tide was so low I couldn't get it off the lift. However, I have another shallow water weapon -- a canoe with a rowing platform and a pair of aluminum oars.
Read More...

You May Also Like

Join or Renew The Sportsman’s Guide Buyer’s Club® Today! $29.99 per year

Save up to 10% on purchases every day. Join or Renew the Club

More Info