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MKII Recovery Boards

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Why We Like The MAXTRAX MKII Recovery Boards

When it comes to potentially making or breaking our off-roading outing with a bogged vehicle, the last thing we want to skimp on is our recovery gear. MAXTRAX MKII Recovery Boards deliver Australian-made quality with a proprietary material that is guaranteed not to crack, stress, or whiten after use. Sold as a pair, these boards also include MAXTRAX Telltale leashes that help us pull them out of muck when the job is done.


  • Vehicle recovery boards provide traction in sand, snow, and mud
  • Austrian-sourced, engineering-grade nylon provides world-class strength
  • UV stable construction won't fade or weaken over time in the sun
  • Proprietary construction resists wheel spin to prevent tire damage
  • Six built-in handles and a shovel on each board for versatile use
  • Bright colors are easy to spot in mud or sand
  • Item #MXT0008
fiber-reinforced, engineering-grade nylon
[per board] 45 x 13 x 3.5in
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime
travel, casual
Claimed Weight
[per board] 7lb 8oz

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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pgibbs pGearhead
5 out of 5 stars

December 10, 2023


I've put it through the wringer

Yeah, these things are pricey, and it seems kinda silly for simple plastic. Nonetheless, I found myself in situations where I could have made twice the amount I spent on them .On two separate occasions, we aided some stuck travelers after they were free and clear they were ready to spend whatever they had to procure our MaxTrax. I had to turn them down though, 'cause we needed them too many times ourselves. When you really need 'em, you need 'em.