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About Seattle Sports Seattle Sport SofGrip Kayak Wall Cradle

Closeouts. The tough, corrosion-resistant and powder-coated steel construction of Seattle Sports' SofGrip kayak wall cradle is covered in ribbed, two-tone foam that gently holds your boat without scratching or denting it.


Specs about Seattle Sports Seattle Sport SofGrip Kayak Wall Cradle

  • Material: Powder-coated steel, foam
  • Weight: 4 lb.
  • Dimensions: 24x17.5"
  • Made in China


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4.588235 5 Overall Rating: 4.6 Based on 17 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Securely holding kayaks as required
Verified Buyer Reviewed by CC from Northern California on Thursday, August 14, 2014
The two sets of wall cradles I purchased are performing exactly as needed. While the products are working as advertised, there are a few issues I would like to note:
1. The screw holes on the bottom bracket are wider than the typical 2x4 stud in a wall. To resolve that issue, I screwed additional l... Read More
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  • Excellent storage option
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by River Enthusiast from South Alabama on Saturday, August 5, 2017
    So far, I am very pleased with the quality and finish of these kayak cradles.
  • Not durable
    Reviewed by Dub Step from Lake Tahoe on Friday, July 28, 2017
    I've had these a while so I can finally add a review. As far as design, function, and price these can't be beat. My only complaint is that the foam is pretty soft and not durable. The soft parts that come in contact with the boat have started to tear and come away from the tubing.
  • Simple Solution for Kayak Storage
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rosie the Riveter from MN on Monday, May 22, 2017
    I have now installed four of these and with a measuring tape, pencil and power drill, it's child's play.
    I read that some people added extra support but I find that the two massive screws, when placed in a stable 2 x 4, are absolutely adequate.
  • Work well so far
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by nayborboy from Maryland on Tuesday, August 9, 2016
    I store our three kayaks outside on a wooden partition wall. I've been looking for cradles that would not force me to take a second mortgage to pay for them. I decided to give these a try and so far I'm pleased. They are easy to mount with the supplied screws and they are solid. The only reason I did not give them an additional star is I've only had them up for about three weeks. I'll see how they hold up to weather exposure over the winter etc. The foam on the lower cradle seems to be durable I almost expected pipe insulation for padding but it is more dense than that. I definitely would not hesitate to buy them for inside storage. The three kayaks I store on them range from 65 to 79 lbs. and they feel very secure. We have 2 sit in and a sit on kayak and they work well for both hull types. I've incorporated nylon straps to hold them down in case of heavy winds and I use bicycle locks to secure them. Just thought I'd throw in that last part just in case anyone was considering using them outside like I am.
  • Nice rack
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Steve the kayaker from MA on Thursday, May 26, 2016
    Installation is super simple, just screw some long screws into the wall on a stud; need to be a bit careful as the heads are made of soft metal and easily strip out, but fortunately there are extras. Once in the rack is very sturdy and holds my kayak gently. I have a 17'6" wood sea touring kayak and it works nicely, and I imagine any kayak would fit fine.

Question & Answer

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  • “Is this cradle suitable for a canoe?”
    Asked by John B. from New York on 8/21/2016 4:38:20 PM
    • No, this won't work for a canoe very well as it is too narrow. It's really made for kayaks, although you could obviously use it for a SUP as well.
      Answered on 8/21/2016 5:38:49 PM by Steve the kayaker from MA
    • Depending on the height of gunwales on your canoe the opening at the top of the "J" on the wall cradle is fifteen inches. Theres no doubt they are capable of handling the weight of any canoe I've ever been around. Just depends on weather they have a broad enough opening for your canoe. Hope this is of some help
      Answered on 8/22/2016 4:43:21 PM by nayborboy from Maryland
    • These would not work very well for a canoe due to the size.
      Answered on 8/23/2016 10:27:24 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • “What is the weight limit for this cradle? ”
    Asked by lidochef from Florida on 6/13/2014 5:23:35 PM
    • This cradle has a weight limit of 200 lbs.
      Answered on 6/23/2014 12:11:50 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters

About Seattle Sports

At best, wet gear is a nuisance. At worst, it’s life threatening. When the great outdoors beckons, your equipment should stay as dry and well protected as you are. Seattle Sports has more than 20 years of time-tested design experience in keeping gear dry. Seattle Sports pioneered radio-frequency seam welding for truly waterproof packs and duffels. The auto-purge valve system allows air to be released without letting water in as the bag is rolled down. Seattle Sports selects the highest quality materials in the production of their super tough, lightweight protection gear. And because they are located in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle Sports thoroughly field tests products in some of the wettest conditions on Earth. If you want high-quality waterproof gear protection, then Seattle Sports is your brand.