Many ski carrier roof racks
come with lock or security features to protect your skis from theft. These security measures are designed to prevent unauthorized access to your skis and ensure they remain safely secured to your vehicle's roof during transportation and when parked.
The specific lock or security features may vary depending on the brand and model of the ski carrier roof rack you choose. Here are some common security features you might find:
Integrated locks: Some ski carriers have built-in locks that secure the skis to the carrier itself. These locks typically use keys or combination mechanisms to prevent anyone from removing the skis without authorization.
Lockable mounting system: The ski carrier may have a lockable mounting system that attaches it to your vehicle's roof rack. This prevents the entire ski carrier, along with the skis, from being detached or stolen.
Locking arms or clamps: Certain ski carriers have locking arms or clamps that secure the skis in place and cannot be opened or released without a key or code.
Lockable end caps: Some ski carriers have lockable end caps that cover the open ends of the carrier, securing the skis inside and preventing them from being slid out.