Playboater Rack Strap

 

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Roof Rack Straps or Straps for Roof Racks

The Playboater Rack Straps make it very easy for securing a kayak to a roof rack. These straps feature a very simple cam buckle that offers the correct levels of tension to hold the kayak firmly, while not squashing it.

Playboater has designed these roof rack straps to feature a 25mm webbing construction. They then feature a cam buckle that's easily pulled to the correct tension. Each straps features a coloured tab, the green indicates them as 3m straps while the red tab indicates them as 5m straps.

We would recommend for a single kayak you would want to go for a 3m set, while for 2 single kayaks used in conjunction with upright bars you would want to look at a 5m pair of straps.

  • General Features
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  • Supplied in Pairs
  • 25mm Webbing
  • 2 Length options
  • - 3m - Green Tab
  • - 5m - Red Tab
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