Thule Group

Thule Expands Award Winning AeroBlade™ Line

Press Release   •   Aug 10, 2012 10:07 EDT

Seymour, CT – Expanding on the award winning AeroBlade™ load bar, Thule, is proud to introduce the Thule AeroBlade Edge. The first complete rack system to integrate a low-profile, aerodynamic design with the strongest carrying capacity of any aftermarket rack.

”Consumers and retailers alike have raved about the AeroBlade’s aerodynamics, style and lack of noise. Now, consumers can have all of these benefits with a sleeker appearance for vehicles with raised or flush roof rails,” said Tripp Wyckoff, Thule’s VP of Sales, Marketing and Service. 

As the bar and the foot are one integrated SKU, dealers will appreciate the convenience of only needing to carry a limited number of SKUs. All Thule AeroBlade Edge racks work with existing Thule fit kits for a perfect fit on your vehicle.

THULE AEROBLADE EDGE™

FEATURES

Integrated Bar and Foot Design combines foot and bar together for a low-profile, aerodynamic package.

WindDiffuser™ technology disturbs airflow to reduce noise and drag for improved fuel economy.

Boxbeam™ Load Bar Structure creates the strongest aftermarket load bars in the world.

Arched Lightweight Bar follows the curves and lines of your roof complementing your vehicle..

Pre-Assembled for fast, easy installation.

T-track Compatible for fast mounting (Xadapt may be required for some carriers).

MSRP $199.95

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About Thule Group

Thule Group is a world leader in products and brands that make it easy for people to transport their equipment securely, safely and in style. Under the motto Active Life, Simplified, Thule Group offers products within four business areas: Carry Solutions (laptop and camera bags, backpacks etc), Vehicle Solutions (roof racks, bike racks, ski boxes, snow chains etc), Work Solutions(ladder racks, tool boxes etc) and Towing Solutions(towbars and trailers). The Thule Group has about 3,100 employees at more than 50 production facilities and sales offices worldwide. In 2010 sales amounted to SEK 5.7 billion.

Find out more at www.thule.com