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Yakima PowderHound Ski/Snowboard Roof Rack

$139.99
Yakima PowderHound Ski/Snowboard Roof Rack - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Yakima® PowderHound Ski/Snowboard Roof Rack is a newly-redesigned classic. Universal mounting hardware offers a sleek new look, and carries up to 4 pairs of skis or 2 snowboards. One-button access allows for easy opening, even with gloves on. Universal mounting hardware is designed to fit most factory crossbars.
Features:

  • PowderHound holds up to 4 pairs of skis or 2 snowboards
  • One-button access for easy opening - even while wearing gloves
  • Integrated binding lift offers generous binding clearance
  • Soft rubber cradles protect skis and snowboards
  • Yakima® "Same Key System" locks included
  • Unversal mounting hardware fits most factory crossbars


Specs:

  • Weight: 6 lbs
  • Width: 2.75"
  • Length: 22.5"
  • Height: 4.25"
  • Usable pad length: 15 1/2"
  • Model #: 8003081
  • Yakima
Country of Origin: Mexico
Web ID: 3999689

Customer Reviews:

Yakima PowderHound Ski/Snowboard Roof Rack 5 5 1 1
Works well Attached easily to the roof rack on a Subaru Outback. Only took a few minutes to install. Though enough trouble that you won't want to take it off after each trip. Holds two snowboards back to back well. If the bottom boards binding cuffs are loose you need to secure them so they don't scratch your roof (they need to fold into the board for clearance). I like that when locked, it covers the fasteners to prevent theft. All in all a good rack. The only complaint is that it whistles in the wind empty. Not horribly loud but you can hear it. January 6, 2014
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