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Raise the Roof

Time to get moving. This versatile car rack is portable, sturdy, and soft.

Constructed with foam and canvas, the Otium SoftRack is much lighter than typical plastic roof racks. The design is still plenty durable, though. It easily handles up to 165 pounds of whatever you need to haul.

The extra-strength straps span the roof, weaving through reinforced loops on the foam racks. Use whichever loops you need to secure your cargo—a kayak, skis, a surfboard, a ladder and more. Then fasten the straps securely inside almost any four-door car, but drive under the recommended 65 miles per hour to keep you and your stuff safe.

For next time, the racks pack down compactly into a slim carrying case, perfect for stashing in your trunk.

Founder Connor Mooney—an avid skier and snowboarder—was tired of cramming equipment into the backseat of his car. Instead of shelling out hundreds of dollars for a traditional roof rack, he designed the SoftRack.

Whether you need to move outdoor gear or everyday items, this adjustable car rack has it covered.

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Discovered 10/15/2015

Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Maker Story

Raise the Roof

Time to get moving. This versatile car rack is portable, sturdy, and soft.

Constructed with foam and canvas, the Otium SoftRack is much lighter than typical plastic roof racks. The design is still plenty durable, though. It easily handles up to 165 pounds of whatever you need to haul.

The extra-strength straps span the roof, weaving through reinforced loops on the foam racks. Use whichever loops you need to secure your cargo—a kayak, skis, a surfboard, a ladder and more. Then fasten the straps securely inside almost any four-door car, but drive under the recommended 65 miles per hour to keep you and your stuff safe.

For next time, the racks pack down compactly into a slim carrying case, perfect for stashing in your trunk.

Founder Connor Mooney—an avid skier and snowboarder—was tired of cramming equipment into the backseat of his car. Instead of shelling out hundreds of dollars for a traditional roof rack, he designed the SoftRack.

Whether you need to move outdoor gear or everyday items, this adjustable car rack has it covered.