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Thule SnowPack 4 Ski and Snowboard Carrier

Thule SnowPack 4 Ski and Snowboard Carrier -
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Style: 7324

Free up space inside your ride with the Thule SnowPack 4 Ski and Snowboard carrier. It installs easily on your Thule Rack System, round bars, or factory cross rails, and will hold your equipment securely thanks to a smart vertical spring design that adjust to the size and shape of your gear. The rubber lined arms are made of corrosion-resistant aluminium, and the included One-Key Lock cylinders keeps your gear safely in the carrier, and the carrier safely attached to your vehicle.

  • Low profile design improves aerodynamics
  • Vertical spring system adjust to accommodate all thicknesses of skis
  • Includes two sets of T-Track feet to raise carrier to accommodate larger bindings
  • Soft rubber arms protect skis during transport
  • Large push-button closure is easy to operate even when wearing gloves
  • Aluminum construction is lightweight for easy installation and corrosion resistant
  • Includes One-Key Lock cylinders to secure skis/boards to the carrier and the carrier to the vehicle
  • Fits Thule rack systems, round bars, and most factory racks with both T-Track and SpeedLink around-the-bar mounting options
  • Designed to accommodate four (4) pairs of skis or two (2) snowboards

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Q:
"will this rack hold one pair of skis and one snowboard at the same time?"
2 Answers | Answer Question
Question by dave on 12/19/2015 - 1:41 pm
A:
"This rack is designed to accommodate four (4) pairs of skis or two (2) snowboards."
Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/21/2015 - 10:20 am
A:
"It could carry one board and one pair of skis if you put the skis binding side down and the board on top of the skis. "
Answer by Deric on 12/12/2016 - 3:54 pm