Thule Quick Draw Carrier

Thule Quick Draw Carrier
Thule Quick Draw Carrier
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Quick Draw Carrier by Thule
The Thule Quick Draw Carrier is so easy to use that a penguin would have no trouble strapping a fish to the roof of his igloo. You, on the other hand, would use the Thule Quick Draw Carrier to secure your kayak or canoe securely to the roof of your vehicle. Ratcheting blocks and steel hooks quickly tighten the line so your boat doesn't shift while you transport it to and from the ramp. And Thule put two quick draws in each box so you can secure the bow and stern of your water craft (and the penguin can the nose and tail of his fish).

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