Thule SUP Taxi XT Surf Rack

Thule SUP Taxi XT Surf Rack
Thule SUP Taxi XT Surf Rack
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SUP Taxi XT Surf Rack by Thule
It's no wonder why Thule's SUP Taxi XT Surf Rack is one of the most popular SUP carriers available today, what, with its cutting-edge tech and striking good looks. The newly designed push button lock system allows for quick and easy locking strap operation and security when you're short on time, while the heavy-duty, steel reinforced webbing and easy-to-use locking cams deliver unrivaled security for your boards when you need to make a pit stop. Exclusive to this model, the telescoping design delivers a custom fit for your board (up to 34 inches wide), allowing you to adjust easily for a snug, locked-in fit. This rack carries SUPs that go all the way up to 55 pounds, and even features soft, weather-resistant padding to protect your boards from debris on the road.

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SKU: THU007H
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