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Subaru Impreza Rooftop Ski Racks & Snowboard Racks

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INNO Grab Max Ski & Snowboard Rack Reviews

2013 WRX w/ OEM Roof Rails

Reviewed By Stephen D (Alden, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Subaru Impreza —12/11/2013 10:28 PM

This is my first snowboard rack and so far I am very impressed. There is minimal wind noise when I add this to my oem bars. Very easy to use, even with mittens on. Comes with locks and great price. Would definitely recommend.

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Yakima Big PowderHound Ski & Snowboard Rack Reviews

Big powder hound

Reviewed By Jason W (LIBERTYVILLE, IL) Reviewed for a 2009 Subaru Impreza —1/19/2013 12:19 PM

Appearance: they look nice but are a little bulky. Ease of installation: really easy to install, just a couple Alan screws. Price/value: IMO they are fairly priced. Quality: I have only had these on my car for about a week so I can't really speak to long term quality but they have held up well so far. Overall: overall I rate a 4 out if 5 just based on the whistle I get at about 45 mph. Maybe getting a fairing will help with that.

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Thule Universal FlatTop Ski & Snowboard Rack Reviews

Solid Rack That Works Excellent W/Factory Crossbars

Reviewed By Seamus D (Atlanta, GA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota 4Runner —2/11/2015 6:34 AM

I spent a fair amount of time debating between the Thule and Yakima options as I'm tired of using the cargo area of my 4Runner for hauling my snowboards up to the mountain. Originally, I was dead set on Yakima but ultimately went with the Thule as I found out it was made in the USA, offered a superior locking mechanism and couldn't be beat in terms of install/removal time. Security of my equipment is important to me. I liked Thule's approach with two sets of locks.

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