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Pickup Pad Halfside

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$59.99 - $105.00
Up to 29% off
Color:Ashcroft Camo



Pickup Pad Halfside

Freeing up your camera and tailgate handle, the Pickup Pad Halfside still offers enough room for 2 bikes with all the same features as its full-size counterpart. Two individual bike straps help keep your bike from shifting on the way top the trailhead, and added padding protects your bike and your truck from loading and unloading.


  • A half-size pad that frees up your tailgate handle and camera
  • Recycled polyester fabric is lightweight and durable
  • Padding protects bike frame and tailgate from damage
  • UV weather-resistant coating protects from rain or shine
  • Bike anchor straps keep up to 2 bikes from shifting while driving
  • Web cinch straps prevent the pad from sliding
  • Reflective logo adds visibility
  • Item #DAKZ796
Responsible Collection
1000D recycled polyester, UV weather-resistant coating
all tailgates
Bike Capacity
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 1, 2020

Great Half Truck Pick Up Pad!

I've put it through the wringer

Love my Dakine Halfside Pick Up Pad in the Ashcroft Camo color! Fits great on my 2011 Ford F-150. Perfect for those solo or couples sessions when you're not bringing the whole crew! Easy straps cinch down tightly around tailgate, great padding to cushion the bike along the top, and a central grommet to run your cable through and secure your pad and bike to the truck for peace of mind. Stoked on this new piece and you will be too!


Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com