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Traveller Soft Racks

Traveller Soft Racks

$129.95-$159.95
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Highlights

BEST USE: Transporting kayaks, canoes, SUP boards and surfboards

DIMENSIONS: 34 x 8 x 2.5 in | 86 x 19 x 8 cm

CARRYING CAPACTITY: 50lb safe load limit

USE INSTRUCTIONS: Simple to install and remove; they fit a wide variety of vehicles

Shipping & Returns

Our warehouse is actively shipping orders from 8am to 1pm MST Monday through Friday. Most orders ship in one business day, but the transit time can take up to 7 days, depending on your distance from Boulder, Colorado.

2nd Day and Next Day Air orders will ship same day if placed by 1pm MST, Monday-Friday (except holidays).

All orders are eligible for fast and easy returns within 60 days of purchase.

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Traveller Soft Car Rack _ kayak canoe and SUP
Traveller Soft Racks
$129.95-$159.95

Description

Maybe your vehicle doesn’t have a permanent roof rack. Or you’re traveling, and you don’t want to pay extra to rent a vehicle with one attached. Our Traveller Soft Racks are a quick and easy way to get your sporting equipment on the roof and off to your favorite destination. Available in two sizes, the large Traveller Soft Racks are ideal for large canoes, wide beam watercraft, or SUP boards, while the regular size is best for smaller craft. They are compatible with any tie-downs.

Tech specs

  • Best Use
    Transporting kayaks, canoes, SUP boards and surfboards
  • Special
    Grippy base reduces movement of the rack giving you a more secure load
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Frequently Asked questions

Be fitted between station wagon/SUV roof rails?

Possibly. If the rails are at least 34” apart (and are not flush with the roofline), the Regular Soft Rack will fit between them (and the straps will pass underneath).

Be used on top of a panoramic sunroof?

We would recommend against it – the weight of the load could damage the sunroof/moonroof mechanism.

Be used on two-door vehicles?

No. This would place the foam units too close together (resulting in an unstable load), and half of the load would project out over the windshield / hood (even less stable).