Bigstack Kayak Stacker by Yakima
Originally $159.00
Sale $129.99
Save $29.01


Haul up to four kayaks at a time with the BigStack kayak stacker! Its narrow design makes great use of space on your vehicle's roof, and its steel substrate construction offers supreme durability. Easy to manage, it folds down neatly when not in use.

  • Use on square or round crossbars and many factory roof racks
  • Stack up to four boats on their sides
  • Padded design won't scratch boat
  • Includes one pair heavy duty straps with padded buckles and bow/stern tie down straps


Durable steel construction with Hullguard™ padding and a narrow profile for transporting up to 4 boats. Fits on round, square, and many factory roof rack crossbars. Includes the Yakima Lifetime Warranty!


The Yakima BigStack, with its narrow profile, takes up the least amount of space on the roof of a vehicle for hauling up to 4 boats! The BigStack is manufactured from steel substrate with a durable foam padding for supreme reinforced durability. The top of the stackers feature innovative strap hooks for improved strap management. When not in use the kayak stackers can be folded down for aerodynamics. The stackers can be used on round, square, and many factory roof rack cross bars and is SKS lockable with locking cores sold separately. Includes a pair of heavy duty tie down straps with padded buckles, bow / stern tie downs, and a lifetime warranty!

BigStack™ Roof Top Kayak Stacker

Product Features

  • Can be used on square or round cross bars and many factory roof racks
  • Stack up to 4 boats on their side
  • Padded design won't scratch your boat
  • Includes 1 pair of heavy duty straps with padded buckles
  • Includes bow/stern tie down straps
  • Folds down when not in use
  • AnchorHead™ tie-down points offer improved strap management
  • Locking cores available for security (sold separately)
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Yakima BigStack Instructions


How to Tie Down a Kayak to a Vehicle
How to Tie Down Roof Cargo
How to Choose the Best Car Top Carrier or Roof Rack

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