Yakima’s Modular LockNLoad Roof Rack Is Built For Overlanding

Jun 11, 2019

Category: Gear

Over the past four decades, Yakima has built a sterling reputation as the leader in vehicle racks for overland adventures. With the Yakima LockNLoad Heavy Duty Platform Roof Rack, they’ve really outdone themselves, creating the perfect addition to any off-road vehicle.

Tested rigorously in the Australian Outback, the LockNLoad Platform Roof Rack can haul all your primary overlanding equipment with ease. It can also assist you beyond your overland escapades, as you can use its side-to-side slats for hauling boats, boards, bikes, and skis. The hardwearing rack is built to last with corrosion-resistant, powder-coated aluminum. The LockNLoad works with a lineup of durable accessories, including a bracket for mounting your lights, high-lift jack holder, spare tire holder, and side rails, so you can adjust it to carry a variety of loads. It comes in six different sizes with load ratings ranging from 165 lbs to 440 lbs. The LockNLoad roof rack will be available this August, starting at $699.

Purchase: $699+

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