WeatherTech RackSack Roof Cargo Bag Customer Reviews
37 Customer Reviews
Help your gear weather any storm. With the WeatherTech RackSack Roof Cargo Bag, neither rain nor sleet nor snow will slow your travels or ruin your stuff. And, what heaps of gear you can pack in this roof top carrier! The WeatherTech RackSack Roof Cargo Bag holds up to 13 cubic feet of bags, camping gear, equipment and more.
Trust your gear to stay well protected in the RackSack Roof Cargo Bag. Tough, 1800-denier woven polyester fabric material. A water-repellant treatment. And a soft fleece pad lining the underside that’s safe for your gear and your paint. Plus, 1½”-wide webbed straps for a snug, secure fit to your roof rails.
Done carrying gear? No problem! The WeatherTech RackSack Roof Cargo Bag folds flat when not in use for convenient storage in your trunk or rear cargo area.
Save space in your vehicle—carry your gear in the water-resistant cover of the RackSack Roof Cargo Bag. Your WeatherTech RackSack Roof Cargo Bag is covered by a 3-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship.
37 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Amy V (Rosebush, MI) — Sep 17, 2013 7:03 PM
We've used the bag only once so far and am very happy with it. We packed it full of suitcases and bags for a trip to Nashville. The weather was dry so I can't speak to the ability to keep everything dry yet. There is a little concern with the plastic buckles but they stayed tight and worked well.
Reviewed by Barbara M (WESTFIELD, PA) — Sep 14, 2013 5:11 AM
I chose this carrier after reading the reviews at Autoanything.com. The quality seems quite good, we didn't have any problems with loose flaps and experienced NO noise while driving at any speed. I didn't use any extra padding between the cargo and the car roof and as far as I can tell, there aren't any scratches from the bag. The bag is very easy to install, comes with Velcro keepers for the extra strap and is padded on the bottom.
Reviewed by Victoria G (FORT BENNING, GA) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Traverse — Jan 08, 2013 7:10 PM
We used this bag from Fort Worth Texas to Fairbanks Alaska. It held up great. We put three military duffle bags and some pillows and blankets in it. Nothing got wet and we drove through rain and snow. Wind noise was minimal!
Reviewed by Scott V (Tucson, AZ) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Tahoe — Jul 24, 2012 6:48 AM
I bought this bag over a hard shell because I wanted to save space in my garage when it was not in use. I was worried about if it would keep water out. We drove from AZ to CA last week and went through a monsoon that last about 45 min. It was so bad we were going 30 on the highway and there were lots of wrecks. But when we arrived at the hotel NOTHING was wet, this bag worked great. It also holds a ton of stuff, I am very pleased with it.
Reviewed by Vernon A (Kalamazoo, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Traverse — Aug 24, 2011 9:00 AM
Light weigh and build for heavy duty, with lots of room amd cam be stored away when not in use. Down to 12 x 14 x 5 inch space. I also have weather tech mats and the fit to my chevy travese is great.
Reviewed by Kimberly S (Longmont, CO) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Suburban — May 03, 2011 9:28 AM
We were told in the specs that this RackSack is weather proof. It is not. All our luggage was soaked and the clothes inside. It protected nothing. The vinyl on the inside of the RackSack cracked. We had it for one trip and the first rain proved this was not worth a single penny spent. I was quite disappointed after spending $130 that it didn't work at all and didn't protect from weather as stated.