The securest way to transport your surfboards on your roof. The Inno Boardlocker's ratcheting, rubber-coated steel straps will hold your boards snugly on your car's roof - and best of all, they lock!
Ratcheting, floating strap system: The Boardlocker's ratcheting, floating strap system makes for easy loading and cinches snugly to your boards, holding them securely in place on your roof.
Rubber-coated steel straps: The rack's rubber-coated steel straps are strong enough to deter casual thieves and soft enough to protect your surfboards.
Rubber cushions: Rubber cushions throughout the rack make sure your quiver stays ding-free while you're in transit.
Locking straps: Once you've placed your boards in the rack and ratcheted them down you can lock them with the integrated locks and included keys - the ultimate step in surfboard security.
How the Locking Surfboard Roof Rack works:
To use the Boardlocker: Raise the straps - a task made easier thanks to the crane-supported floating strap design - and insert your board upside down and backwards with the fins at the front of your car. (Learn more about the correct way to load your surfboards and SUPs onto your car here.)
Once your board has been placed in the rack: Simply turn the ratchet knobs to tighten the straps on the board, securing it in place nicely. Then just close the locking caps and lock the rack shut. Easy!
What types of boards will it fit? The Locking Surfboard Rack is designed to fit up to 3 shortboards or 2 longboards and is more than big enough to fit most boards on the market today!
Will the Locking Surfboard Roof Rack work on my vehicle? Inno's Boardlocker requires existing crossbars to be used. It's designed to work with square, round, aero, and most factory crossbars. There should be a distance of at least 19.7" (50 cm) between front and rear crossbars for its use.
- Set of 2 Inno Boardlockers
- Holds 3 shortboards or 2 longboards
- Each rack locks with included keys
- Rubber-coated stainless steel cable straps
- Set of 2 Inno Boardlockers
- Keys for locks
Will this rack work for a 2016 Nissan Frontier 4x4 pro gutterless roof?
If you were still interested, this locking surfboard rack needs to attach to an existing crossbar system. It's designed to work with square, round, aero, and most factory crossbars. There should be a distance of at least 19.7" (50 cm) between front and rear crossbars for its use. So if you have crossbars on your truck that meet those specifications, it would work. If you have no crossbars, you would need to look at a removable universal system that runs straps through 4 vehicle doorways.
Will this rack also work for snowboards?
Will this rack fit on a 2015 BMW X5?
If your BMW has crossbars installed on it, this Locking Surfboard Roof Rack should work on them, as it is designed to fit square, round, aero, and most factory crossbars. Note, there should be a distance of at least 19.7" (50 cm) between front and rear crossbars for its use.
I want to get this locking surfboard roof rack system ... will it fit a 2008 ML 320 CDI Mercedes?
If your model Mercedes has an existing crossbar system, this locking surfboard rack should work for it, as it works for most crossbars... it's designed to work with square, round, aero, and most factory crossbars. The only other note is that, you need to make certain there is a distance of at least 19.7" (50 cm) between the front and rear crossbars, in order for this roof rack to attach properly.