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Yakima PowderHound Ski & Board Rack

$139.00

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Secure and simple, the improved Yakima Powderhound hauls up to 4 pairs of skis or two snowboards. Universal mounting hardware fits round, square and most factory crossbars right out of the box.
  • Yakima has upgraded their classic. The new and improved Powderhound features a more secure hold and a new opening mechanism that is easy and reliable.
  • Ski Lift feature increases roof clearance so that skis and boards with tall bindings can be placed with the bindings down, to maximize carrying capacity.
  • One-button access means you can open it easily with one hand, even with gloves on.
  • Soft rubber in the jaws cradles gear and prevents damage.
  • SKS Lock Cores to secure gear in the racks. (included)

Use the Yakima Fit Guide to determine what products work best for your particular vehicle.

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Dimensions: 22 1/2"L x 2 3/4"W x 4 1/4"H
Weight: 5.7 lbs.
Locking: Yes
Locks Included: Yes
Attachment:
  • Factory bars
  • Round bars
  • Square bars
Features:
  • Holds up to 4 pairs of skis or 2 snowboards
  • Soft rubber jaw pads
  • One button opening
Notes:
  • Use the Yakima Fit Guide to determine what products work best for your particular vehicle.

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