Features - Extendable for easy loading and unloading, without having to stretch over the car roof - Rooftop rack designed to carry all types of skis and snowboards - Holds skis and snowboards securely with ultra-soft rubber arms that grip without scratching the surfaces - Easy to open and close while wearing gloves thanks to oversized push buttons - Added roof clearance for skis with tall bindings thanks to raised design - Lock the skis to the rack, and the rack to the car, with the Thule One-Key system (locks included) - Fits Thule rack systems, round bars, and most factory racks with both T-Track and SpeedLink around-the-bar mounting options Tech Specs - Load capacity skis: Up to 6 pair - Load capacity snowboards: Up to 4 boards - Loading width: 29.5 inches
Not sure how to transport your skis and boards because of your factory rack side rails? Then pick up Thule's Snowcat Ski/Snowboard Carrier. It utilizes a unique attachment mechanism that makes it compatible with a wide array of factory rack side rails and its easy clamping design enables it to carry up to 6 pairs of skis or 4 snowboards. Plus, it includes four Thule One Key lock cylinders for extra security.
$219.95 - $249.95
Sleek, aerodynamic ski carrier with vertical spring system and different height feet for all types of skis and snowboards. - Low profile for improved aerodynamics - Smart vertical spring system adjusts to accommodate all thicknesses of skis and reduces the carrier height when unloaded - Two sets of height extension T-track feet included to raise carrier and protect vehicle roofs for skis/boards with tall bindings - Soft rubber arms protect skis during transport - Large push button is easy to open with gloves on and it opens by pushing in a natural ‘up’ motion - Corrosion-resistant aluminum arms are durable and strong - Thule’s One-key lock cylinders lock the skis/boards to the carrier and the carrier to the vehicle (locks included) - Fits Thule rack systems, round bars and most factory racks with both T-Track and SpeedLink around the bar mounting options - 7324: 4 pairs of skis or 2 boards - 7326: 6 pairs of skis or 4 boards
Yakima's HitchSki is an attachment for your hitch-mounted rack (sold separately) that enables you to carry skis and snowboards. Simply swap the HitchSki for your bike attachment and you now have a rack that can be used year-round. It hauls up to six pairs of skis or four snowboards without the risk of damage thanks to rubber-padded arms. And, Yakima's SKS locks are included to prevent theft.
-Wide cradle jaws hold the thickest skis and systems bindings on the market -Universal Mounting System, fitting to Aero, Square, Round, and most Factory crossbars - Tool-free installation with included hardware -Adjustable height allows carrier to accommodate tall bindings -Locks Ski/Snowboards to rack
- Attaches easily to most any vehicle rack system with universal mounting hardware - Large push button release makes it easy to open while wearing winter gloves - Rubber arms protect and grip skis and boards for a secure hold - Locks are included to give you additional security and peace of mind - Fits SportRack Roof Rack Systems, square, round and most factory racks
- Compatible with most cross bars and thick ski bindings - Universal Mounting System, fitting to Aero, Square, Round, and most Factory crossbars - Tool-free installation with included hardware - Constructed of durable plastic and rustproof aluminum -Locks ski/snowboards to rack
Yakima's renowned ski carrier, the Powderhound, is easy to use and install. It's wide enough to carry up to four pairs of skis or two snowboards. Yakima's handy universal mounting hardware fits almost all crossbars for easy installation, and for easy use, a single button opens the Powderhound even with heavy gloves on. And, Yakima's SKS locks are included.
These 12' locking multi-purpose cargo straps are a must-have accessory for anyone with a rack. Lock anything from surfboards and boats to bikes and motorcycles. Even strap and lockdown ladders and other gear. Youll wonder how you ever lived without them.
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