Yakima SoftTop Roof Bag
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- Secures to vehicles with or without roof racks
- Weather resistant construction for 2 season travel
- Easy to install, remove and store when not in use
- DDS an additional 12 cubic ft. of storage to your vehicle
- Available in Camo colors
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An affordable and convenient solution for adding 13 cubic feet of extra space to a variety of vehicles, with or without roof racks.
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The SoftTop appears to be 100% heavy-duty nylon on the exterior (with a mixed nylon and vinyl interior) and has sturdy zippers that are covered by a nylon flap but NOT sealed in any way. So, it's clear to me that, although this bag will securely enclose its contents on top of a vehicle, it will provide only a minimum of weather resistance.
The DryTop, on the other hand, appears to have some kind of vinyl on both the interior and exterior surfaces. In addition, the zippers have sealed seams and it appears to me that the combination of factors should lead to reduced water infiltration overall. However, I don't think you should expect either product to provide a watertight environment for the contents, particularly at 70mph over hundreds of miles.
With that in mind, I've opted to keep the SoftTop (because it appears more durable to me) and return the DryTop. I will also take the advice of other commenters and wrap my water-sensitive items in plastic bags before putting them inside the bag.
Bag was about half full, we were driving about 60-70 mph. Sunny, low wind weather.
As the instructions stated, we installed without compression straps. It may have worked better if those were installed, but since they weren't included, nor required I am not about to risk another trip with this bag.
Purchased this product in July 2016 for $99.