Apex Roof Cargo Bag – 10.3 Cubic ft
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Whether you're taking a vacation, moving, or otherwise need to carry extra luggage, this roomy roof bag quickly adds 10.3 cubic ft of storage space to the top of your vehicle. Four adjustable tie down straps secure the bag to your vehicle roof rack. Its durable, weather-resistant construction keeps you gear clean and dry while you travel.

  • Adds 10.3 cubic ft of cargo room on the roof of your vehicle
  • Attaches to an existing roof rack with four adjustable mounting straps
  • Waterproof, heavy duty PVC-coated nylon construction
  • Storm flap with self-repairing zipper keeps out water
  • 37" x 30" x 16" overall size


Designed for cars and SUVs with luggage racks. Soft sided design makes this carrier easy to fold down for storage. Heavy duty PVC coated nylon and a zipper storm flap keeps cargo dry


Car Top Carriers are a great way to store your luggage on the roof top of an SUV or a car. These car top cargo carriers fit onto almost any SUV or car that has a roof rack. With four adjustable tie down straps, you can attach these car roof top carriers easily and efficiently. Soft-sided car top carriers fold down easily for storage after use. The car top carrier now has a PVC coated nylon fabric and self-repairing zipper design with storm flap to provide a waterproof place for storing cargo. All car top carrier bags include 1 Year Warranty. .
Looking for a larger car top roof bag? Check out our RBG-01 car top carrier.

Waterproof Soft Side Car Top Carrier
10.3 cubic ft.

Product Features

  • Mounts to a car, truck, or SUV roof rack to provide additional storage
  • Four adjustable tie down straps on each carrier
  • Soft side design folds down easily for storage
  • Waterproof, weather resistant PVC coated nylon material
  • Heavy duty self-repairing zipper with storm flap
  • Sturdy construction
  • 1 year warranty


Instruction Manual


How to Choose the Best Car Top Carrier or Roof Rack
How to Tie Down Roof Cargo
How to Tie Down a Kayak to a Vehicle
Five Reasons You Shouldn?t Use Bungees Instead of Tie-Down Straps

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