|Item Weight||7.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||39 x 32 x 18 inches|
|Item model number||60001|
|Manufacturer Part Number||60001|
|OEM Part Number||60001|
WeatherTech 60001 RackSack Cargo Carrier
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- Expands cargo carrying capacity 13 cubic feet
- Made of durable water repellent polyester with soft felt bottom to protect finish of vehicle
- Stows away neatly in its own bag
- Swivel straps that mount to crossbar/side rails
- Roll and wrap tabs to prevent flapping straps
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The WeatherTechRackSack expands your cargo carrying capacity a whopping 13 cubic feet (measures 39" x 32" x 18"). Made of durable water repellent polyester, the RackSack stows away neatly in its own bag. Features include swivel straps that mount to the crossbar or side rails of an existing roof rack, patented Roll and Wrapâ„¢ tabs to prevent flapping straps, and a soft felt bottom to protect your vehicle's finish from scratching. PLEASE NOTE: For use only in conjunction with a cargo rack.
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My roof rack is small so I use a basket. I place the basket on the roof rack and secure it. I lay out the RackSack on the basket with the zipperless side facing front. Open the bag, add the contents pulling up the sides as I do, zip up the bag when done, clip the buckles to the rack, check security, secure the loose straps with the velcro tabs and we're off. When we get there, we unsecure, open, unload, close, fold and put the RackSack in it's storage bag. We put our bags in trash bags to protect them from water should the RackSack gets drowned.
We were using it and got caught in a (for Maine anyway) unbelievable rain/thunder/hail storm for about 40+ minutes - we're talking no visibility , dime-to-nickel sized hail, buckets of water torrential downpour. After our 4+ hour trip back (2 hours thankfully dry), we unpacked to find - dry. There was about a 1/4 cup (2 oz) pooled in one corner of the bag. That's it. I was amazed.
It is very secure on the roof of my car. We do notice more wind noise (although it's not bad). We do take a hit on fuel economy when we use it (~10% or so) because it's a sack with all of the aerodynamics of a sack. But considering we aren't taking the 15-20 mpg hit by driving a large SUV, it's worth it.
I use a folding step stool to load and unload (it's easier to get stuff in and out - I'm 6'1" and it's a pain for me without it). We bag our items in trash bags (which we reuse) just in case the zipper ends up in a pocket that collects rain. After all, it's a sack - fabric moves and shifts with wind and vibration. Even though the zippers are protected by very large gussets, unless your luggage is magically the same dimensions as the RackSack, the sack will collapse when you secure it. Because it's a sack.
It is easy to attach and the strap holders prevented the loose end from flapping. The included storage bag completes the package.
I would recommend this to a friend.