Thule Stacker Kayak Carrier

Thule Stacker Kayak Carrier
Thule Stacker Kayak Carrier
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Stacker Kayak Carrier by Thule
The Stacker is a standby for hauling whitewater kayaks on your roof rack. Evolved considerably from its beginnings as an undistinguished vertical loop, the Thule Stacker now has a separate upper bridge that makes it easy to tie your boats down. The Stacker holds up to four boats and folds down for a cleaner look and reduced wind profile when not in use.

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SKU: THU0018
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