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Yakima 78-inch

The high price tag of the Yakima 78-inch kayak tailor is fully justified – you get a kayak carrier that has unique features built into it for the best possible watercraft carrying experience.

Starting from the shock-absorbing system that promotes the smooth ride with no damages from bumpy roads and ending with an anti-theft precaution that keeps your load secure, there is nothing this gear is short on.

The locking levers are embedded with keys that protect your stuff from being stolen, while the 300-pounds weight capacity allows the transportation of heavy-duty equipment. The long crossbars are compatible with a wide variety of products, meaning that you can secure a bike, a surfboard, or both to the trailer.

The best part is – you can use the kayak trailer as a handcart once it is detached from the car.

Our Overall Review

4.7

Things we like:

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    The quality of the material is high, which means that this trailer will last you a long time
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    The carrying handle that comes with the trailer can quickly turn it into a handcart
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    The ability to withstand up to 300 pounds of weight is impressive

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe price tag is high

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Yakima 78-inch

Specs & Features

  • Material: Aluminum
  • Dimensions: 161.2 x 10.2 x 3 inches
  • Crossbars: 78 inches
  • Weight Capacity: 300 pounds
  • Anti-Theft Protection: Yes
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Our Overall Review

4.7

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    The quality of the material is high, which means that this trailer will last you a long time
  • check-mark
    The carrying handle that comes with the trailer can quickly turn it into a handcart
  • check-mark
    The ability to withstand up to 300 pounds of weight is impressive

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe price tag is high

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