Thule Portage Canoe Carrier

Thule Portage Canoe Carrier
Thule Portage Canoe Carrier
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Portage Canoe Carrier by Thule
Preparing for a day at the lake is easy now that you have the Thule Portage Canoe Carrier. You and a buddy simply have to slide your canoe over the ramped sides and set it on the durable gunwales that have a cushioned base to secure the canoe in place. The cushioned padding has weather-resistant qualities too so you don't have to worry about corrosion over time. Just cinch the center straps and tie-downs at the bow and stern, and you're ready for travel. This carrier also fits most factory racks with a single reversible mounting bracket.

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SKU: THU000R
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