Storing your skis and snowboards on the roof of your vehicle frees up more room inside for cargo, family and friends. Transport up to four pairs of skis or two snowboards on the roof of your car or SUV with the Apex car ski and snowboard rack. The universal mounting clamps fit rectangular crossbars up to 5-1/2" wide by 1" high or round crossbars up to 1-1/2" in diameter. To keep your ski and snowboard equipment safe, each rack locks shut to prevent theft and includes a spare key for backup.
This convenient roof ski carrier transports up to four pairs of skis, two snowboards, or two pairs of skis and two snowboards. The carrier features large, easy to use release buttons and locks to keep your gear secure.
The Apex Car Ski Rack mounts to a wide range of vehicle roof bars to transport up to four pairs of skis, two snowboards, or two pairs of skis and two snowboards. The carrier comes with universal mounting clamps that can fit rectangular crossbars up to 5.5" W x 1" H or round cross bars up to 1-1/2" in diameter. The clamps easily secure into place using the included hex wrenches. Soft rubber padding inside the carrier safely grips your skis or snowboards without scratching them. Each carrier section locks closed and has a large push button for easy opening. The car ski rack includes a set of two keys and has a one year warranty.
5 Stars Great Roof Rack
Jay Brown from CA wrote (January 18, 2016):
This blows Yakima off the ski slope! Extremely easy to install. I really like the rugged & heavy construction. Holds ski's very firmly. Affordable and professional. thank you
5 Stars Very Satisfied!
Jeremy from SD wrote (January 12, 2015):
The roof rack came within a week and it worked perfectly. The day after I installed it onto my car, my friends and I hit the slopes and it carried our four pairs of skis with ease. I am overall very happy with this product because it was a fantastic deal; you can't beat the price.
5 Stars Awesome racks!
Jon from CO wrote (September 20, 2014):
I love these racks,i was researching thules,inno and yakimas and they were all more expensive and didn't look as nice as these.