The rack allows you to carry one to three windsurfing or surfing boards.
You can easily place a bag with rest of gear on the rail bar next to the boards.
The process of unloading the boards takes just several minutes. Waste no time and surf until wind blows!
Differentiated securing of cargo in each section of the roof rack ensures safe and reliable transportation.
In addition to the boards, you can easily carry up to three sails in special plastic tubes with shutters in the roof rack.
The sail shall never be jammed or strapped.
The sail in the bag can be easily removed from and put in the tube.
The tubes secured with straps remain in the roof rack. You take out only the sail you need for surfing.
The tubes are optional and do not come with the roof rack.
You can store your boards in the rack. Special eyes allow you to easily hang up and remove the rack from the wall.
The brackets are inclined towards the wall, which ensures a stable position of the boards during storage.
You do not need to fasten the boards during storage.
You can use the rack to carry the boards of different length and width – from narrow freestyle boards to wide formula boards and
The roof rack is attached to each rail bar using three steel clamps with fly nuts.
The roof rack is supplied with brackets with soft rollers, straps, and fasteners. The steel frame is powder coated and has no moving parts, which provides a simple and reliable design.
Soft elastic rollers (A) made of thermoplastic rubber foam do not absorb water. Covers made of wear-resistant artificial leather (B) can be easily cleaned with water. When loading / unloading the boards, the rollers can rotate on the frame, helping to move the boards in the roof rack.
The allowable cross-sections of the rail bars for mounting the TRIJISURF roof rack. The minimum and maximum allowable sizes of the rail bar profiles.
Intolerable cross-sections of the rail bars for mounting the TRIJISURF roof rack.
The fastening straps with a spring lock (2.5 m long and 25 mm wide) withstand a rupture load of 250 kg. The soft cover is designed to protect the board body against the contact with the clasp.
To secure the TRIJISURF roof rack, a rail bar should be straight longitudinally.
Do not use arc-shaped rail bars to secure the TRIJISURF roof rack.
New! Lightweight, plastic telescopic tube for the transport of masts and sails. Soon on sale.
The tube is equipped with wheels for easy transportation. Your sails will be protected when transporting Luggage on the plane. Soon on sale.
Special handles allow you to carry a tube and load it into the trunk of a car. Safely attach the tube to the cross members of the boot using straps. Sails will not be jammed and not damaged.
The capacity of the tube - to three sails and four masts.
Masts are inserted in a separate lodgements.
The length of the tube is adjustable according to the length of the sails and masts. Is fixed by special carbines.


Windsurfing fans know perfectly well that with the course of time purchasing of surfing gear develops into a kind of “arms race”. As your skills grow, you have to buy a board of a smaller size, and your old big board has to be sold or transmitted to your kids and family who will gladly make their first steps in windsurfing. It is known that the number of boards used by windsurfers depends on the strength of wind. When the wind is weak, one has to limit oneself with a middle-sized board with a bigger sail. But in those happy moments of a surfer’s life when there’s a strong wind blowing one can experience the best drive only on a small board with a little sail. Moreover, windsurfing is a costly toy for adults; one may even call it a kind of “fetish”. You feel especially when visiting a specialty store where one can see on display bright and colorful boards, multicolored sails, all kinds of fins, extensions and a lot of all sorts of accessories, from caps to shorts up to trapezes and special cases in which all these things are kept.

But, how one should keep, and, above all, transport bulky boards the length of which may vary from 2.2 up to 3.5 meters? And if you need to take a pair of boards for yourself, one for your kids, a case with accessories, two or three sails, some food supplies for a day , and, in addition, to seat four persons in your car? Even if you have a big jeep, in this case you will have to choose between boards and passengers. Truly smart surfers have surf cars – minivans to transport their expensive toys to surfing locations. But there are few of them. Most of surf sailing enthusiasts have ordinary cars with limited interior space, and it is not the best choice to tie up boards together with other gear to trunk beams; especially when the day before you bought a new favorite carbon board for some € 2,000 – 3,000 and at first you fuss over it and wipe off it s of salt water after surfing. And you shudder at the thought that during the ride some boom would enter into its tender carbon body. So what is to be done? How to solve this puzzle?

As a well-experienced windsurfer, I can tell that I have the first-hand knowledge of these problems. But now there emerged a solution – a special trunk to transport boards and windsurfing gear that have been tested on bad roads, in the broiling sun and rain, and smartly survived a long-distance 3,000-km journey. This is a new patented design for windsurfers and surfers represented at our website. Get ready for a new season, get “armed” and get the satisfaction! Aloha everybody!


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