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 David K (South Setauket, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra —5/18/2016 7:24 AM
Originally purchased this to fly with it from NY to FL to help a friend move home intending to put this on the roof of his Honda Accord. The trip never happened but I am still happy to have it as I plan on using it for family trips on the roof of a Chevy Traverse. It looks good, stores folded up neatly and compact. Beats watching my neighbor always installing, removing & then storing his giant hardshell roof carrier which holds less than this will.
Reviewed By patrick s (CENTENNIAL, CO) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota 4Runner —5/18/2016 3:09 AM
Came with excellent directions and was easy to put together. All screws are put together using a security hex wrench (an allen wrench that has a female dimple in it with a screw head that is hex with a male part that fits to the hex wrench) which is good for security but slightly slows the process of combining the front and back of the basket together, affixing the wind deflector then affixing the whole basket to the roof rack. But, overall, a simple process.
Infiniti EX35 Journey Rooftop Cargo Carriers