Single mount only. Your are purchasing ONE board mount, 2 are needed to hang a board. This is for replacement pieces if necessary or if you wanted to maybe mount your board sideways with 2 mounts on the bottom at the tip and tail and wanted a single mount on the top to keep it from falling forward. Also if you want to purchase in bulk without hardware.
Our patent pending Offset Mounts are a nice position system that safely and cleanly mounts your snow board or even ski's in some cases to the wall. By rotating the Offset Mounts you are able to dial in the distance between the two mounts so another sized board will fit into the same area w/o re-drilling. And the height of the board can be changed by rotating the mount around. Great for the vintage snowboard collector or any snowboard or ski's.
Comes with: Single Offset Mount only. NO HARDWARE or PACKAGING
Size: 3/4" x 7/8" x 7/8"
Contains: Sold Separately (Two needed per board).
Designed by: Oneball
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