Reviewed By Stephen F (Wood Dale, IL) Reviewed for a 2011 Infiniti EX35 —8/3/2012 8:16 PM
It worked great! I drove thru rain and nothing got wet. The only problem I have was only of the Velcro prices came unglued from the side.
Reviewed By Eric B (Warren, NJ) —8/27/2015 4:24 AM
It's a good product that's constructed well against the elements. It's easy to install and stow away. Note: The carrier is unstructured so you have to load items towards the from and put a filler behind it such as blanket or towels. Also, the carrier tended to slide backwards due to shifting and wind (my setup rested on the roof) so a skid resistant mat would help, appox. $20. For added security, use a lightweight cable lock that threads through the zipper pulls and secures to roof rack.
Reviewed By Sally R (MEDWAY, MA) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda Ridgeline —8/23/2015 9:50 AM
This roof rack was excellent for our needs. We avoided having to add a roof rack to a truck with 90,000 miles on it. It's easy to install, very roomy and easy to remove again. It is pretty waterproof as well. The only issue we had, which is expected, it will drip inside your cab if there is a prolonged, drenching rain. I mean, it rained all day and the straps got saturated then the water dripped in. It's probably a very unlikely event. Very happy with the purchase
Infiniti EX35 Journey Rooftop Cargo Carriers