A wise person once said “We must take adventures to know where were truly belong.” For those of us who kayak, this is great news—a new adventure is always right around the corner. This is especially true in the summer months, when kayak trips on lakes, rivers, and the...read more
Introducing The Shore Tee by FootStake
This simple, portable, and lightweight storage system is the perfect way to rack your boat, whether you’re at home or on the go.
It’s easy to use, too—just drive it into the ground and rest your boat on top. When you’re ready for the next adventure, your boat is easy to lift off the stake and into the lake.
See you on the water.
The FootStake Team
Michigan, also known as “The Great Lakes State,” is where our team was born and bred.
With over 11,000 inland lakes and 3,228 miles of contiguous coastline along the Great Lakes, we’re never more than six miles from a body of water.
While we’ve always enjoyed kayaking and canoeing, we didn’t like the fact that our gear took up a lot of space. Storing our boats safely and securely was a problem we dealt with for years.
The Shore Tee by FootStake is the solution to that problem. When it came to designing this innovative and lightweight storage system, we were privileged to use Lake Michigan as our laboratory. This meant putting in a lot of time on the water, testing each iteration until we settled on the perfect prototype. (Not that we complained.)
The result is a product that has exceeded our expectations. We hope it does the same for you.
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