Roof Rack Ski Carriers

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Ski and Snowboard Carriers

Ski Carrier

 

Fits these racks: Prs Skis No. Boards Load width $
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Rhino Rack 556 Most crossbar profiles 6 4 70cm $299*

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Rhino Rack 554 Most crossbar profiles 4 2 45cm $259*

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Rhino rack 552

Most crossbar profiles 2 0 25cm $199*

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Rhino Rack MPH Various models available to suit a range of crossbars 1 0 na $45-$70 more info and buy on line
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Rhino rack 552 FatCat 6 EVO 6 4 80cm $375 more info
 

*freight +$15

Buying a Ski or Snow Board Rack

What Steve thinks...... when you need to carry skis or boards the first thing to decide is whether a dedicated ski carrier is the solution rather than looking at a long luggage box. You may think it useful to have something that can be used for the summer road trips as well as the run to the mountains. Personally I tend to use a luggage box just so that I can get the boots out of the car as well. While my Rossignols smell of roses unfortunately my kids boots are humming after a week on the slopes. So up on the roof they go. But assuming you don't want the expense or storage burden of a luggage box what should you look for in ski/board carriers?

So what carriers should you buy? Now all the units listed here have merit in their own way which is why they have made it into the list. Quality is pretty much irrelevant in the systems we sell because Thule, Rhino Rack and Yakima all make great products which they support with multi-year warranties.