Best Speaker Stand Skirts and Tripod Scrims: How to Cover Speaker Legs - Rolling Stone
×
Home RS Recommends Lifestyle

Use These Speaker Stand Skirts to Keep All of Your Cables and Equipment Out of Sight

A fuss-free way to hide your stand and tripod, plus your cables and cords too

speaker stand skirt

Amazon

Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes.

Nothing ruins the look of a professional speaker stand set up like a tangle of visible cords hanging from your equipment, which is why a simple speaker stand skirt is generally a pretty good investment. Also known as a “scrim,” the best speaker stand covers are essentially a piece of fabric that is large and stretchy enough to fully cover the stand (or tripod) without bunching up or tearing. We like basic black, but feel free to get as fancy with colors and patterns as you like — it’s your set up after all.

Things to Consider When Buying a Speaker Stand Skirt

There are just a couple things we like to keep in mind when purchasing a good speaker stand cover.

Fabric: In general, we prefer a heavy-duty nylon fabric blended with a stretchy, spandex fiber that creates a tight, tidy fit over the stand. A particularly drapey skirt can look messy or fussy — the opposite of what you’re going for.

Size: Obviously, it’s important to make sure the size of the skirt fits the size of your stand. Be sure to measure carefully and check the measurements listed by the manufacturer. Many of these scrims are suitable for stands in a variety of sizes, and efficiently conceal cords, routers, mixers, and other equipment.

Storage: We like skirts that come with a storage or travel mechanism like a carrying bag, to make for easy portability.

Ease-of-Use: The hanging mechanism, including where and how the skirt’s loops attach to the speaker tripod plays a big part in how easy the scrim is to attach and detach, as well as how effectively it conceals your equipment.

1. PRORECK Speaker Stand Cover

Our top pick’s standout features are the protective hard plates on the corners which go under the tripod feet, preventing dirty white marks. We also like that it provides full 360-degree coverage and includes a built-in carry bag attached to the scrim itself, so you never have to worry about losing the cover.

proreck speaker stand cover

Amazon

2. On Stage Music Accessory Cover

We like that this speaker stand skirt actually stretches better than many similar products, to provide easy wrapping around your stand. The corners also have a better grip on the bottom of the tripod, making it easy to attach without one corner flying off as soon as you’ve attached another.

on stage music accessory skrim

Amazon

3. Amazin Gear SKRIMS Tripod Speaker Stand

We like the thick, high-quality material of this scrim, as well as the attachment method, which drapes over the top of the stand and attaches to each of the three legs. As a bonus, it also includes a hidden pass-through hole for cables, ideal for tidily concealing all your equipment’s unsightly cords.

tripod speaker stand stretch cover

Amazon

4. On-Stage Speaker and Lighting Stand Skirt

This scrim only covers three sides rather than four, but the advantage of this is that it provides easy access to your gear while still keeping everything from view. The stand covers are made from a lightweight yet durable material, so it won’t weigh down your kit, while holding up to repeated use.

on stage 2piece lighting stand skirt

Amazon

In This Article: RS Recommends, speakers

Newswire

Powered by
Arrow Created with Sketch. Calendar Created with Sketch. Path Created with Sketch. Shape Created with Sketch. Plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch.