Thule Top Deck Kayak Saddle with Tie Downs

Thule Top Deck Kayak Saddle with Tie Downs
Thule Top Deck Kayak Saddle with Tie Downs
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Top Deck Kayak Saddle with Tie Downs by Thule
The Thule Top Deck Kayak Saddle makes it easy to get your boat from your garage to the water. Thule designed this kayak holder to attach to most factory racks or roof rack load bars in just a few minutes so you won't need to drive around with the saddle on top of your car all summer. The four supports for the Top Deck Kayak Saddle simply screw onto the rack, and the two included tie downs have friction buckles that keep it on your roof and off the road. Use Thule's Top Deck to move big sea kayaks or short play boats.

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SKU: THU0125
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