|Item Weight||6.65 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||13.3 x 10.3 x 6.2 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CG03|
SHIELD JACKET Waterproof Roof Top Cargo Luggage Travel Bag (15 Cubic Feet) - Roof Top Cargo Carrier for Cars, Vans and SUVs - Great for Travel or Off-Roading - Double Vinyl Construction, Easy to Use
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- Spacious Roof Bag: Whether you’re planning a cross-country trip or you’re in the mood for a little off-roading, our roof top carrier is ready for any adventure! Great for cars, vans or SUVs with roof rack systems, it provides 15 cubic feet of convenient, secure storage.
- Completely Weatherproof: Our cargo carrier is ready to brave the elements! With welded seams to seal out water, it’s totally weatherproof and protects your gear against rain, grit, snow, wind and sun. Ideal for family road trips, it increases the space inside your vehicle.
- Easy to Use: Thanks to 8 built-in tie straps, our car top carrier attaches in only a matter of minutes! At 43”x34”x17,” it comfortably holds odd-shaped and oversized objects. When it isn’t in use, the soft-sided, compact design allows you to fold and store it anywhere.
- Trusted Quality: Thanks to double-wall vinyl construction and 2 compression straps, our car top luggage carrier is strong, durable and designed to last! You can rest assured and enjoy the trip knowing all of your belongings are securely in place and well protected.
- Shop Risk Free: The SHIELD JACKET team wants to help you make the most of all of life’s adventures! If for any reason you’re not completely satisfied with your cargo bag, you can return it for a full refund using our risk-free, three-month money back guarantee.
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Equipped and Ready for Life’s Adventures!
From road trips with your family to weekend adventures with friends, it’s always important to have your gear on hand. But between backpacks, luggage, sleeping bags and more, space inside your vehicle quickly becomes limited.
With a Roof Top Travel Bag from SHIELD JACKET, you can bring along all of your equipment without sacrificing space! Designed for cars, vans and SUVs with roof rack systems, it instantly increases free space within your vehicle. Measuring in at 15 cubic feet (43”x34”x17”), it allows you to conveniently store large, over-sized or even odd-shaped objects.
Heading out in the rain? That’s no problem because our cargo bags feature welded seams to seal out water, making them completely weatherproof! Whether it’s rain, snow, sun or wind, your belongings remain protected. And with 8 built-in tie straps, you can effortlessly attach your bag with zero hassle. When it’s not in use, the soft-sided design folds and stores virtually anywhere.
Crafted with double-wall vinyl, 2 compression straps and a double waterproof zipper, our roof top carriers take the worry out of packing and travel! Just be sure to wrap and secure any sharp objects so they don’t puncture the bag.
Why Choose Our Roof Top Bag?
- Increases space inside your vehicle
- Completely weatherproof
- Easy to attach
- Folds for versatile storage
- Constructed from double-wall vinyl
** Avoid direct contact with cargo bag when you want to put sharp objects such as Xbox One, TV Boxs or photo frame. Please wrap them in a soft cloth before putting. **
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First off, measure your space first. I have a 05 Outback and it barely fit after moving the cross bars clear out. It did fit and rode comfortably. Bag was easy to situate, keep zipper to the back so bag top opens onto the windshield, pack appropriately, and strap down. I filled mine with clothes in bags and sleeping bags. It holds a ton but follow instructions. When securing, pull the straps tight a bit at a time all the way around then repeat until tight. I messed up here and broke a buckle, but secured it with a tie down that it probably didn't really need. I loaded it the night before and it then rained all night, not even damp inside.
The bag itself is super sturdy and the seams are melted shut so no water is getting in unless you forget to zip and velcro it. Don't put anything sharp in it. It made the 5 hours total looking the same as when I got it out of the box, plus some dust, and folded back into the box after. Only noise was a strap flapping that I forgot to secure.
Bottom line. ...if you follow the directions it will get your gear there and back dry as a bone for not a lot of money. I'm glad I bought it.
I feel this would be better used in combination with a roof basket and had to do some work to make it work with what I had. I added two things to make the bag more usable for me. I cut some 2x2 and painted (for weather proofing) to make a lifted base that sat on the roof rails. I also took a piece of Hardie Board (what I had on hand) and cut to fit the inside diameter to add a sturdy flat base to lay stuff on with it on the roof.
The flexibility of the bag adds challenges to getting stuff in the bag and keeping it stable while adding additional items as you pack. It also makes it a bit of a challenge when zipping and strapping securely as you need to tighten little at a time to keep the bag from pulling one direction and loosing on the other. It isn't overly difficult, but adds some time needed for packing. Working on a ladder didn't help this either. Best way to pack is to pack on flat ground and then lift into place with two or more people (depending on weight), I did this when packing to leave the house, but didn't have help lifting and pulled a muscle getting it elevated enough. Packing at the hotel I packed on the Jeep. Packing on the ground was better/easier, but packing on the Jeep was easier for a one man army to pull off. Straps to hold the bottom in place while you pack the unit would be helpful.
The unit can hold a lot due to it's flexibility. I couldn't see any hard roof cargo holder being able to hold the odd shaped items I needed to put up there (Large Stroller (and I mean large), Large soft bags, etc) all together. But I did find it was better to spread the load out wide then tall (obviously). The ride down wasn't very noisy even at 80mph and gas mileage was just 4 MPG lower then usual on this trip. Coming back I put different items in it that made it as tall as it would expand, this lowered gas mileage by 8 MPG and was very noisy on the drive back. I could better pay attention when packing it on the ground so it was just better packed.
Kept everything dry even in heavy rain.
Handled 80 mph with no issues
Straps seem to have good sturdy stitching.
Being a soft bag it could use a roof basket or board on the inside to add some rigidity to it.
Strapping is a challenge due to being a bag, more time needed to pack and rework your packing
Material doesn't seem to be the type that will last the life of a vehicle, but this trip it showed no wear.
Update: Went on a second cross country trip, and again worked beautifully - no rain encountered this time. :-) But, the front flap - the part that doesn't have any velcro to hold it down - kept 'unfolding' or folding up. Every time we stopped I checked it and folded it back down but then I noticed that it had completely ripped away - being held only by the corners with one corner being really pulled so I think it is safe to say that it is compromised in that spot and would no longer be water proof. I took some pictures but am having trouble uploading... will keep working on it! :-)