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Yakima SoulPad Rack Pad

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Yakima SoulPad EVA-molded aero pads give one heck of a cushy, protective ride to your boards, be they of the surf, stand-up-paddle (SUP) or sail variety.
  • Strap these contoured foam pads to your roof rack, and your SUP board, surf board or sail board will thank you.
  • Pads secure with hook-and-loop straps for quick, simple installation and adjustment.
  • Fits round, square and most factory crossbars right out of the box.

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

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Dimensions: 16"L x 4.5"W
Locking: No
Attachment:
  • Factory bars
  • Round bars
  • Square bars
Features:
  • EVA foam pad
  • Nylon webbing straps
  • Hook-and-loop fastening
Notes:
  • Use the Yakima Fit Guide to determine what products work best for your particular vehicle.

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