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Otium Softrack

Otium SoftRack was designed to instantly provide your vehicle some extra cargo capability, specially for big, long items such as skis, surfboards or kayaks. Otium SoftRack is designed using the finest waterproof materials, it has two mounting sets, with a padded structure with non-slip, non-scratch, rubber coating to provide extra protection of your carīs bodywork and also the item youīre carrying. Itīs lightweight (each set weighs 4 pounds), super strong, the straps are seat-belt material, and it features nine security loops for maximum customization, ensuring whatever you are hauling is secure. Otium SoftRacks adjust to almost any vehicle on the market and are really easy to set on, each rack comes in a protective case with carrying strap for easily storing in your trunk when not in use. watch the video below

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