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  • Includes a pair of lockable RipCord cargo straps (each 12 ft.) with SKS locks, lock cores and keys
  • 2 EVA aerodynamically molded SoulPads (each 16 in.) fit crossbars for cushioning against bumps
  • Also included is the S.U.P. Brah nose/tail tie-down strap system for added board stability on the highway
  • Buckles are rubber covered for vehicle and board protection
  • Yakima WaveHog fits round, square and most factory crossbars

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Best Use Paddling
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of $$$, get the Yakima SUP Pup Unfortunately this was the only product available at the time to get my new SUP home. Lockable straps (RipCord Straps) are barely long enough to get around the board and are hard and awkward to pull down tight. Didn't make it 1 mile down the highway before the board was howling and shimmying all over the place. Took surface streets to limp it home. SoulPads are also awkward and will not strap tight to cross bar. A couple months later I checked the internet again and Yakima had recently come out with the SUP Pup. I bought it and made it to San Diego and back (700+ miles) without any problems. Only issue with SUP Pup is it doesn't have any locking mechanism. I guess I'll get some use out of those $130 lockable straps after all...
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not easy to use The wavehog straps create a very secure board attachement to my rack but they were so stiff and difficult to thread though the clamping device. Then to make it even more difficult to use the release button was impossible to hold down. It took forever to get by board strapped down and ready for travel.
Date published: 2012-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk I've been buying Yakima products - a lot of them - for 27 years, and have been happy with them until I bought this WaveHog at REI. It is truly a foolish, poorly designed piece of junk - definitely not a secure way to transport your paddle board. Avoid even the price is cut in half.
Date published: 2012-06-11
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of $$$, get the Yakima SUP Pup Unfortunately this was the only product available at the time to get my new SUP home. Lockable straps (RipCord Straps) are barely long enough to get around the board and are hard and awkward to pull down tight. Didn't make it 1 mile down the highway before the board was howling and shimmying all over the place. Took surface streets to limp it home. SoulPads are also awkward and will not strap tight to cross bar. A couple months later I checked the internet again and Yakima had recently come out with the SUP Pup. I bought it and made it to San Diego and back (700+ miles) without any problems. Only issue with SUP Pup is it doesn't have any locking mechanism. I guess I'll get some use out of those $130 lockable straps after all...
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not easy to use The wavehog straps create a very secure board attachement to my rack but they were so stiff and difficult to thread though the clamping device. Then to make it even more difficult to use the release button was impossible to hold down. It took forever to get by board strapped down and ready for travel.
Date published: 2012-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk I've been buying Yakima products - a lot of them - for 27 years, and have been happy with them until I bought this WaveHog at REI. It is truly a foolish, poorly designed piece of junk - definitely not a secure way to transport your paddle board. Avoid even the price is cut in half.
Date published: 2012-06-11
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