Yep, I remember the days of pack’n a snowboard or skis across my back, we referred to it as ‘crucifix style.’ Problem is, your gear slaps against trees when trying to reach the high alpine, the load stress on your back is more than expected, and doubling with passengers is absolutely impossible. If you happen to make it to fresh alpine pow, tree inspired binding loss usually was the next check of your new situation; definitely lost a few bindings along the way in my day!! With these complications I started making my own racks out of chunks of wood and raggy old snowboard straps, this worked periodically well but had one other issue; it never really held a board!! Other friends of mine came along with their own versions of tiny structures, holding boards well sometimes, but never any other room for packs or gear.
With our Mo Pros snowmobile snowboard racks, you get complete adjustability to lock your board and ski’s down proper AND carrying other things like: your backpack, smelly children, and whatever else you might need……which in my case is
an AK-47, push shovels, and machetes. Wait, you don’t bring that stuff?... Another benefit of the Mo Pro rack is it adds strength to your tunnel for support, carrying all your backcountry paraphernalia without bending your tunnel.
If the adjustability isn’t enough for you, you can also carry your board with bindings facing inward, which means you don't lose them on a tree while weaving in and out of the woods or draggin during rowdy pow turn
maneuvers. My Mo Pro rack freed my spine from carrying any weight too, leaving plenty of energy for more critical things like: building jumps, hiking, and digging my friend's snowmobile out of a tree wells all day."