59" x 34" x 21" Weather-Resistant Vinyl Roof Rack Cargo Bag #18221
- Keeps cargo protected from water, dirt, wind damage and more
- Fits into CURT roof rack cargo carrier #18115 with extension #18117
- Made from thick, 500 x 500-denier, UV-resistant vinyl
- Features welded seams to be highly weather-resistant
- Zip closure with hook-and-loop flap helps keep the inside dry
- Zippers feature large holes to accept a padlock
- Tiedown straps securely attach to cargo carrier frame
- Easily folds up for compact storage
- Limited lifetime warranty (one-year finish, one-year parts)
- WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty (One-Year Finish, One-Year Parts)
- Shipping Weight9.600
- FinishBLACK VINYL
- Dimensions59 IN x 34 IN x 18 IN
- Storage21 Cubic FT
- Part TypeExtended Roof Rack Cargo Bag
CURT cargo bags are the ideal way to keep your belongings well protected from water, dirt, road grime and even wind damage, all while being easy to manage and perfectly fitted for a CURT cargo carrier or roof basket. Unlike other cargo bags that use a thin vinyl material, our cargo bags are made from a thick UV-resistant vinyl and have welded seams to be highly water-resistant. Thick, 1" wide polypropylene straps keep the bag firmly attached to the carrier and ensure your belongings will not jostle around.
This CURT cargo bag comes with a heavy-duty zipper that wraps 1/2 way around the bag and hook-and-loop flaps to keep the zipper completely covered and the inside of the bag dry. For a little extra security, the zippers are able to be joined together and feature large holes to accept a padlock. This particular CURT cargo bag offers 21 cu. ft. of storage area and is a perfect fit for the CURT roof-mounted cargo basket. All of our cargo bags are easy to fold up for compact storage and come with a limited lifetime warranty.
The bag is well made and functional but not well designed. The zipper runs along three sides and the one side without a zipper is one of the long sides - so it opens like a suitcase. That means one of the two short sides with a zipper faces forward. The flap that covers the zipper is only about two or three inches wide and held in place by two small (less than one inch by one inch) squares of velcro. That is nowhere near strong enough to resist the air pressure at highway speed so the flap inevitably folds up, exposing the zipper. I verified this by leaning out the window to look. We went through a rain storm and there was water in the bag afterwards. It wasn't excessive, but the front duffel bag was wet. I put everything in plastic bags after that experience and the bag served its purpose. A shame they didn't make the one side with no zipper or seam the front short side. I would still recommend the product, which is well made and a value for the price, but don't travel without putting everything in plastic. We strapped it to the roof rails on top of our SUV using the provided straps with a cheap rubber mat underneath. Other than the leakage it stayed firmly in place and did its job.