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Product Highlights

  • Universal fit makes it great for any car or truck
  • High quality = safe board transport
  • Easy to switch between different vehicles
  • Capacity - up to 6 shortboards
  • Comes with convenient carry case
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Surfboard Universal Car Rack | Double Soft Rack

Retail Price: $54.99
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Product Highlights

  • Universal fit makes it great for any car or truck
  • High quality = safe board transport
  • Easy to switch between different vehicles
  • Capacity - up to 6 shortboards
  • Comes with convenient carry case
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car-rack-for-two-surfboards.jpgNeed to get a bunch of surfboards to the beach? This double surfboard car roof rack is perfect for pretty much any car you drive. The universal fit is accomplished by using a strap system that goes around the roof of your car and is adjustable to get the proper fit for your vehicle. 

Once the surfboard rack is secured to your car you can then place your surfboards on top of the soft pads and strap them onto the rack with heavy-duty aircraft grade quick release buckles for a secure ride and easy access to your boards once you arrive at the ocean. 

This double surfboard rack has two strap on postions to carry all your buddies boards or a large quiver of surfboards. This rack can hold up to 6 surfboards stacked on top of each other (3 on each side).  

My Go-To Surfboard Rack. When surf's up, the Universal Car Rack is my go-to rack to get my boards from Point A to Point B safe and sound.

First, living in Anguilla, a tiny Caribbean island where the surf isn't always pumping, having a rack that comes on and off easily and smoothly is optimal. I'm not a "Mrs. Fix It" or a "handy (wo)man" by any means. And yet, setting up this car rack takes me not even 5 minutes depending on how many boards I'm traveling with. Just three clasps on each of the racks and you're good to go. It's about as simple and efficient as it gets.

Second, these racks travel well. Light and compact, they can easily slide into your board bag (and also protect your board with its rack cushions - just wrap the rack clasps in bubble tape). The best part is, with the length of the rack, they fit just about any car... from the larger trucks we drive at home to small, sedan cars we rent when we're away on holiday. It's worked on every car with ease.

Third, the rack can hold any number of boards. If I'm surfing alone, then I just pop the one board on the roof. When friends are in town visiting, or if we're away on trips, we will stack a number of boards (the most we've tried is 2 on each side = a total of 4 boards (6'3" and under)).

This rack has held up on the bumpiest of backroads, with the boards safely tucked on top and without leaving a single scratch or dent on the car. A true high-value rack!

Nori Evoy - StoreYourBoard Surf Crew, Anguilla

  • 20" inch pad length
  • 3-1/2" inch pad width
  • 2" inch pad height
  • 40" inch total length
  • 48" inch board strap length
  • 94" inch roof tie down strap length
Q:
How long are the straps that go inside the vehicle?
 
A:
The straps on the Surfboard Rack that attach to the vehicle are approximately 78" long (6.5').
 
Q:
How many inches long is the rack?
 
A:
The rack is 41" long.
 
Q:
If I get the double, can that also be used as a single? i.e. is the double just 2 singles on each strap? So If I want to transport only 1 board I can use only 1 pad and center it on the vehicle?
 
A:
Yes you can use the double car rack as a single. All you would do is use the one side of it and leave the other side open - you can tie down the straps so they aren't flapping in the wind. There are basically two single style pads sewn together. It should work out fine. I have seen it used that way many times.
 
Q:
Can this work for a paddle board too?
 
A:
This removable surfboard car rack is not recommended by the manufacturer for standup paddle boards. If you are looking to transport one or two SUPs, and don't have an existing car rack, we have this removable universal car rack, or for cars with or without existing cross bars, we also carry this removable SUP rack.
 
Q:
In the picture, the rack show 2 pads, is that what you get in the 46.99 fee?
 
A:
Yes, the double surfboard rack is a set of two rack pads, so that is what you will get when you order it. One pad goes across the front of the vehicle, and one goes across the back, and you can lay two surfboards on them side by side on top of your vehicle. You do need a vehicle with 4 doors, as the pad straps run underneath the inside of the car to secure your boards
 
Q:
Can you use this rack for long boards?
 
A:
This transportation rack is ideally designed for shortboards; the padding really isn't long enough for longboards and is more for transporting some shortboards side by side on top of the roof, so its almost like two sets of pads next to each other (instead of one longer pad). This universal rack will hold 1-3 longboards; or this double universal will hold a couple of longboards (as well as some shortboards).
 
Q:
Can we use this to transport snowboards? Or would you be able to recommend something similar please?
 
A:
This universal/removable surfboard rack would probably do fine with snowboards. We don't list it for them, the only real universal rack we have that we suggest for snowboards is the one seen here, which is a little pricier, but the same concept in that you need a vehicle with 4 doorways to run the straps through, then there are pads on top where you secure your boards. This surfboard rack could work though.
 
Superior portable system!
Posted: April 12, 2017
Written by: Marian T.
Rating:5

This was by far the best option for me to carry my board. It fits every vehicle we put it on and is easy and secure. Great board carry!

Surfboard Universal Car Rack | Double Soft Rack
Soft Rack is great
Posted: May 19, 2015
Written by: Nicholas G.
Rating:5

New to surfing and been looking for a way to bring the board back and forth without holding it while I drive. I found it. Thank you.

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