Take your whole quiver to the hill.
- Universal mounting hardware fits round, square, and most factory crossbars out of the box
- Yakima rack-specific SKS locks included with the FatCat 4 rack
Share your thoughts
easy to install and like the locking mechanism.
im trying to get a ski rack for my car but...
im trying to get a ski rack for my car but don't know how much i would have to compromise with my mpg. how badly does one of these hurt it?
I don't think the loss in mpg is even worth mentioning. The loss wouldn't even hit a quarter of your mpg. I've drive on several 8 hour plus trip to Colorado and Wyoming I really would say that I don't really notice the difference. The convenience of having the rack on top is definitely worth it.
More like FatCat 2
Apparently the ski industry still doesn't quite understand what "fat" skis really are. This rack is a solid and slick looking rack, but in no way does it hold 4 pairs of "fat" skis. I think this is geared towards people who think that 89-95 mm waists are fat. But for a guy who carries a pair of 125 mm Megawatts and a pair of 120 mm Surface Live Lifes, this rack leaves no more room for the occasional third pair of skis. I generally only carry 2 pairs of skis so this rack will still serve its purpose and it looks awesome atop my FJ, but if you plan on carrying more than 2 actual fat skis go with a bigger rack.
Can you fit 2 of these fatcat 4s side by...
Can you fit 2 of these fatcat 4s side by side on on one standard rack?