|Item Weight||7.55 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||48 x 38 x 18 inches|
|Item model number||CC-11-GY-RACK-amz|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FBA_CC-11-GY-RACK-amz|
RoofBag 100% Waterproof Carrier - Made in USA - Works on ALL Vehicles: For Cars With Side Rails, Cross Bars or No Rack -Cross Country Soft Car Top Cargo Carrier
|Price:||$60.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- RoofBag Premium carriers are 100% waterproof, made with heavy duty canvas coated on both sides with abrasion-resistant waterproof vinyl using Triple-Seal technology. Maximum protection against extreme weather. 2-year warranty.
- Manufactured by RoofBag in the USA with the safest and highest-quality materials: no toxic or harmful chemicals used.
- Size 11 fits ALL cars. Size 15 fits full size cars. Select FOR RACK for cars with side rails, cross bars, or baskets. Select NO RACK for vehicles with a bare roof.
- Includes heavy duty straps (3,000 lbs strong). Straps are made with ANTI-WICK technology to prevent water entry into vehicle in cars without rack.
- Easy installation: FOR RACK: straps attach to side rails or cross bars or basket. NO RACK: straps loop from top of bag through inside of car; doors close over straps. Straps don't interfere with door seal or window or side curtain bags. 1-year warranty.
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RoofBag Roof Cargo Carriers:
- manufactured in USA
- waterproof and heavy-duty
- easy to install on any vehicle WITH or WITHOUT rack
- PREMIUM option available with triple-seal technology
- free of toxic chemicals
- no BPA
- fire resistant
- 3,000 lbs strong seatbelt-style straps
- aerodynamic shape for quiet and fuel efficient trips
- double-coated abrasion-resistant vinyl
- rip and peel resistant
Specially formulated fabric to withstand:
- extreme temperatures
- wind, snow, sand
- continuous sun exposure
Call our team M-F 7:30AM-4PM PST: 800-276-6322 - we're always more than happy to assist.
What size fits my car?
Size 11 works on ALL vehicles- same space as 4 medium suitcases
Size 15 works on full size sedans, SUVs, or vans- same space as 5 medium suitcases
Which straps should I choose?
Choose Rack if you have side rails, cross bars, or basket
Choose No Rack if you have a bare roof (no rack) or flush rails
How is it installed?
Side rails: straps attach to side rails left-to-right
Cross bars: straps attach to bars front-to-back
Bare roof (no rack): straps pass through the inside of the car through door frame, doors close over straps
2-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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From the manufacturer
Waterproof Soft Car Top Carriers for Any Car, Van, or SUV with or without a Roof Rack, Side Rails, or Cross Bars.
Warranty: We take great care in manufacturing and inspecting all RoofBag car top carriers and accessories that leave our factory, to insure that our products are durable and free of any defects. To protect customers against the unlikely event of a manufacturing problem, RoofBag car top carriers and accessories are covered with a 2-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Returns: RoofBag car top carriers and accessories are covered with a 30-day return policy.
Cross Country 100% Waterproof Carrier
The 100% waterproof RoofBag Cross Country Soft Car Top Carrier offers the best weather protection and durability in the market. Heavy-duty polyester canvas, coated on both sides with a strong vinyl layer, electrically sealed joints, waterproof fabric, and no exposed stitching allow it to withstand severe weather conditions and rough handling. Choose Rack Straps if you have a Roof Rack, Side Rails, or Cross Bars. Choose No Rack Straps if you do not have a Roof Rack, Side Rails, or Cross Bars.
- RoofBag Cross Country 100% Waterproof Carrier
- Set of (2) Rack Straps OR (2) No Rack Straps (Pass-Through)
- Installation Booklet
RoofBag Rack Straps & Pass-Through Straps (No Rack)
Straps are soft, flexible and easy to work with. Choose Rack Straps if you have a Roof Rack, Side Rails, or Cross Bars.
Roof Rack, Side Rails, or Cross Bars
Each Rack Strap consists of 3 sections: Short Strap, Top Strap, and Long Strap. Sections are joined by 2 heavy-duty side-release buckles.
No Rack Straps (Pass-Through)
Choose No Rack Straps if you don’t have a Roof Rack, Side Rails, or Cross Bars. Each No Rack Strap has a shorter Top Strap and a longer Inside Strap.
RoofBag Carrier Installation & Options
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RoofBag car top carriers are easy to install on any car, van, or SUV, with or without a roof rack, side rails, or cross bars -- no tools needed. Please visit our website for installation, diagrams, and further information. If you need assistance or have general questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Why a soft-top rather than a hard-top? First is, like most, I lack storage space. Hard tops are reportedly much more waterproof, but when I asked around every person who had a hard top carrier at one point or another experienced water intrusion. These two factors lead me to the soft top carrier. Price was not much of a consideration - I intended to use the product 3 or 4 times per year - so performance and longevity was more important than price.
A coworker of mine has a "famous brand" well reviewed soft top carrier that he uses when transporting the family to go on cruises. He let me borrow his carrier, and I used it on two trips. I'm lucky, perhaps, so it rained both times. Both times there was water intrusion into the bag. It was also rather painful to install and once closed, took tremendous re-installation effort if you needed to add or remove 'one more thing'. I was sold on the concept of the soft top carrier, but not the one I borrowed.
After much searching, RoofBag is what I ended up deciding upon, and I have not once been disappointed. Many trips go through some mountain ranges, and I am guaranteed to hit a good solid driving rainstorm, so I opted for the "Cross Country" version which is said to be completely waterproof. Using a mat is a really good idea, as it increases friction (no sliding of bag) and decreases possible scratching, but a mat is a mat regardless of manufacturer. The RoofBag padlock, being all brass, is also a good idea if you need to leave the vehicle unattended while packed.
Immediately I noticed the bag material was FAR superior to the bag I borrowed. The Zipper is waterproof, and the flap that covers the zipper is very secure and tight - in the competitor bad, the zipper was not waterproof and the flap was what made the competitive bag water resistant. By comparison, the Roofbag flap is about 3/4" more coverage, and much tighter to the bag when zippered. The angled strap holders on the top of the bag are pure genius, and the strapping system is what makes the Roofbag system different (see attached image). For the straps for roof racks, each of the two straps is three parts - a short one with a female buckle, a long one with a male buckle (adjustable), and a top strap with a female and adjustable male clip. The top strap is meant to be fed through the strap guides before you put the empty bag on the roof. This system makes it easy to unclip the end of the bag to access the contents after it is loaded. My car has the "Side Rails" configuration, but my wife has the "Cross Bars Close Together" configuration. We have successfully used it with both cars, despite my doubts it would have been possible at all on my wife's vehicle.
The inner duffel accessory is nice, but we only once used it as intended. We primarily transport camping gear (tent, shade shelter, chairs, air mattresses, sleeping bags, pillows, and clothing) in the carrier, which come in odd shapes and is therefore fit into the bag like a jigsaw puzzle. I later purchased an extra set of straps so it could be used on yet another vehicle configuration "just in case". The best review statement I can give is from my wife this morning as we were about to fold up the bag from our last trip: "Lets fold it on the grass, not the driveway, so we don't accidentally abrade it. I want this to last forever"
Many people talked about the noise during the drive. We had the same issue with front part of the bag. Need to make sure that you put solid heavy stuff in the front and put some soft towels in the gap between the bag and the roof of your car.
Test drive it on a highway before the trip and make fine adjustments!