Kanulock Lockable Tiedowns

 

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Lockable Roof Rack Straps or Locking Roof Rack Straps

The Kanulock lockable tie downs are the perfect options for ensuring your canoe; kayak or surfboard is still on the roof when you return to your vehicle.

Kanulock have designed these locking roof rack straps so they are available in four different lengths. Those lengths are 2.5m, 3.3m, 4m and 5.4m. A different colour-locking buckle also denotes each size. 

The 2.5m are great for surfboards, the 3.3m are ideal for a kayak, and the 4m and 5m are then ideal for a canoe or multiple kayaks.

The Kanulock Lockable tiedowns are generally the same as a conventional pair of roof rack straps. However these are reinforced with a stainless steel cable that runs up each side of the strap. To use them you simply thread it through as per a conventional strap and the buckle is then locked with a key.

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