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How It Works
Shore Tee by FootStake is the clever kayak storage system that keeps your boat off the ground so it can dry out quickly and avoid mold.
Best of all, installation requires just one special tool to operate: your foot.
To use your Shore Tee by FootStake, simply place the stakes on the ground pointy side down and push with your foot. Once they’re secure, flip your kayak or canoe on top of them and you’re done. It’s that easy.
If you want to strap your boat down tight, no problem—we designed the Shore Tee by FootStake with eyelets for extra security.
Why Shore Tee?
Storing your boat in a safe, dry place will keep it clean, free of mold, and ready to sail at a moment's notice
Protect your most valuable belongings and order your Shore Tee by FootStake today.
- Height: 24 inches
- Width: 20 inches
- Blunt-Ended Shovel Design
- Stand Material: Plastic
- Weight: 3.1 pounds
- Keeps kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards off the ground
- Lightweight and portable
- Quick and easy set-up—no tools needed
- Withstands extreme weather conditions
- Made with high-density polyethylene (HDPE)
- 100% buoyant—no risk of sinking
- Easy on lawns and highly maneuverable
- Convenient eyelets to strap down your watercraft
- Proudly made in the USA
- Includes two (2) FootStakes per package
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