The LowPro 15 is exactly what it claims to be, â€œThe Finest
For me, priority when looking for a gear box is always
space.Â For this box, its Low Profile shape is extremely aerodynamic,
while still giving tons of cargo space inside.
With room for 8+ pairs of skis,
you and your whole crew can bring their quivers to the mountain so you can
break out the fatties in the morning, and then once you have tracked out the
powder grab the park skis for afternoon laps.
For days when you arenâ€™t carrying too many pairs of skis,
the included cargo net and gear pad means you can toss your smelly boots in the
box and keep them from sliding all over at every turn.Â While the included
solar rechargeable LED light may sound light a gimmick, it does make finding
loose small stuff much easier in the dark.
The sleek shape means little resistance and nearly no wind
noise.Â While ski racks generally ruin your gas mileage, and your skis,
this box keeps your gear protected without hitting you hard at the gas pumps on
The ultra quick and simple attachment system makes
installing and removing this box a breeze.Â It can be installed on just
about any vehicleâ€™s factory or aftermarket racks by a single person in minutes,
meaning you can leave it on your suby for most days, then toss it on your moms
SUV for those really deep days.
Opening, closing and locking is also quite easy.Â
Opening from both sides helps you get to the farthest away pair of skis, and
even in extreme cold the support arms hold the lid open so it doesnâ€™t keep
crashing down on your fingers.Â The rigid lid doesnâ€™t flop around, and
helps to ensure the box is fully closed when you go to lock it.
After using many boxes over the years, I can confidently say
that this well designed, spacious and roomy gear box is one of the best Iâ€™ve
used, and its sleek look will go well on any vehicle it sits on.
When you're buying a roof box, don't cheap out.Â Â This thing is going to be with you for a long, long time.Â Â The Low-Pro is priced fairly for its level of quality.