Turn your Yakima hitch bike rack into a hitch ski rack with the Yakima HitchSki! The HitchSki carries up to 6 pairs or skis or 4 snowboards in an easy to access, upright position on the back of your vehicle. Includes a lifetime warranty!

$219.00
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
Yakima Fit Guide
Curt Fit Guide
HitchSki Ski / Snowboard Carrier - must be mounted to a hitch rack
Yakima 4 or 5 bike hitch mount racks
6 pairs of skis, or 4 snowboards, or 3 pairs of skis and 2 snowboards

Summary

Turn your Yakima hitch bike rack into a hitch ski rack with the Yakima HitchSki! The HitchSki carries up to 6 pairs or skis or 4 snowboards in an easy to access, upright position on the back of your vehicle. Includes a lifetime warranty!

Detail

The Yakima HitchSki is a great way to carry multiple skis or snowboards behind your vehicle. It mounts to your existing Yakima 4 or 5 bike hitch rack, converting it into a hitch ski rack or hitch snowboard rack. Up to 6 pairs of skis or 4 snowboards are carried in a vertical position that is easily accessible. The Yakima HitchSki has 2-position upper arms and adjustable lower arms, and features soft, flexible rubber padding to protect your skis and boards. This hitch ski rack includes SKS lock cores to secure your gear inside the carrier. For extra security, Dead Lock cable locks are available (sold separately) for securing the Yakima HitchSki to the bike rack. Includes a limited lifetime warranty!

Product Features

  • Converts your Yakima hitch bike rack into a hitch snowboard/ski rack
  • MUST be mounted to a hitch rack (sold separately)
  • Compatible with Yakima 4 or 5 bike hitch mount racks
  • Skis/snowboards are carried upright behind the vehicle
  • Carries 6 pairs of skis or 4 snowboards, or a combination of both
  • 2-position upper arms, lower arms are adjustable
  • Flexible, soft rubber padding
  • Includes SKS lock cores to secure skis or snowboards to rack
  • DeadLock cable locks available for full security (sold separately)

Documents

Yakima Hitchski Instructions

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