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With 12 cubic feet of storage space, the Yakima SkyBox Pro 12 Cargo Box eliminates car-interior clutter on road trips. The box can be conveniently opened from either side, the internal gear net and cargo pad prevent your gear from sliding around on winding canyon roads, and the slim design leaves a bit of room on your roof in case you need to load up other toys. SkyBox Pro 12 provides 12 cubic feet of storage space and will accommodate skis up to 84 inches long

  • Lid material is 50% stiffer than previous models for a quieter ride and easier handling
  • Included mounting hardware fits most factory round, square, and aerodynamic bars
  • Box will fit crossbar spreads as short as 24 inches
  • Super Latch Security allows you to easily ensure that the lid is securely closed
  • New lid shape is easy to grab and is aerodynamically shaped for reduced wind drag
  • Included SKS Locks keeps your gear safe and secure
  • Box can be opened from either side for easy access
  • Internal gear net and cargo pad prevent gear from sliding around in the box
  • Consult the Yakima Fit Guide for specific mounting information regarding your vehicle


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wowza!

    I am officially in love with this box. if you keep it organized you can fit 2 boards and 3 skis easily up in the box with poles. perfect for carpooling up the canyon. in the summer I've used it to cart wood, chairs, my tent, and assorted supplies with easy and not stinking up my car. Love the assistant straps to pull the box down when you are standing on the ground. the pro model comes with a mat for the box floor and a cargo next to keep everything secure.

    wowza!

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