Yakima SoftStraps

Yakima SoftStraps
Yakima SoftStraps
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SoftStraps by Yakima
As tough as it is dependable, the Yakima SoftStraps deliver strength and protection when you're transporting your kayak, surfboard, or other gear on top. Its burly webbing secures the load with confidence, while the neoprene cover protects boats, coolers, and vehicles from incurring damage mid-ride. Plus, its integrated hook-and-loop cover hides any excess strappage to prevent irritating flapping when you're cruising on the highway.

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