INNO Dual Kayak Rack Customer Reviews
32 Customer Reviews
Easily get up to two kayaks from land to sea with the INNO Dual Kayak Rack.
The INNO Dual Kayak Rack transports and protects your boats with its trusty cradles and padded poles. And, hauling two hulls is extra safe thanks to the over-built belts and buckle pads.
When you're not carrying kayaks, your INNO Dual Kayak Rack folds down discretely. But wait—there's more. This kayak roof rack works with most factory and aftermarket racks thanks to universal adapters. Plus, it is backed by a limited Lifetime Warranty.
32 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by James K (Dover, PA) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford Escape — Jul 23, 2013 2:57 AM
This rack holds two kayaks very securely. You do need an extra set of hands though to keep one kayak in place while you load the second. To unload as well as they tend to want to tip out of their craddel when adding and removing tie downs. Once in place and tied down with just two straps, they are rock solid.
Reviewed by Brian C (Meridian, ID) Reviewed for a 2007 Suzuki XL7 — Jun 30, 2013 9:38 PM
This system works great at keeping everything snug and secure. Everything came on time and was shipped complete. The only thing I didn't like is the way they only provide straps to tie both Kayaks together when securing. I have two different size Kayaks and this method is terrible. If you are buying this great system order two extra straps and buckle pads. Then mount the post in the center of the vehicle and tie down one kayak on each side of the posts using 4 straps instead, Works fabulous!!!
Reviewed by Jennifer J (WATERLOO, IL) Reviewed for a 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Jun 12, 2013 7:51 AM
After having it installed for about a week I would have to say that I would recommend this rack to anyone wanting to transport their kayaks. Installation was simple and it's easy to use. The only downside is having to add tie downs in the front and back if you plan on driving faster than 50 mph. I just added D-shackles to my kayaks to use as anchor points to attach paracord.
Reviewed by Joseph W (Dover, DE) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota RAV4 — Aug 21, 2012 3:25 AM
Simple design that works well holding two two-person kayaks. Due to the weight of the kayaks, the hold-down screws did contact the top of the car roof. I was able however, to insert a piece of cardboard under the end of the screw to keep it from scratching the paint. The subsequent fix was to put a washer on the top part of the cradle, through which the hold-down screw passed, increasing the thickness and keeping the screw from going down as much. INNO Kayak Rack video helped too.
Reviewed by Vanessa F (Stephens City, VA) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda 3 — Aug 08, 2012 9:03 AM
I've used the INNO Dual Kayak Rack a few times now, and think it's a great system. It took about 20 minutes to get the system dialed in to my roof rack for the first use, and after that, about 5-10 minutes to attach to my vehicle with another 5-10 to get a kayak loaded and strapped down. However, I had to purchase 4 longer bolts at my local hardware store, as the supplied ones wouldn't quite fit around the aero bars on my Rhino Rack - it's a simple modification, though. Otherwise, the price was right, and it's a sturdy, well-made system for carrying multiple kayaks.
Reviewed by MATTHEW D (MIDDLETOWN, CA) Reviewed for a 1996 Toyota Corolla — Jul 24, 2012 10:26 PM
Everything is dandy. It does what it says it will do. It's very easy to use. Installatiion was easy. One thing I didn't realize is that I needed to purchase a seperate piece to mount the towers securely on a round bar. It wasn't until I read the instruction manual that I received this information. I would recommend this product to anyone looking to transport 2 or more kayaks.