INNO Shadow Roof Cargo Box Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
When you're ready to hang ten, shred some snow,or just need some extra space while traveling, get all of your things there in style with the INNO Shadow Roof Cargo Box. With 14, 15 or 16 cubic feet at your disposal, your gear gets to where you want without wasting precious cabin space.
Using your INNO Shadow is easy, too. Its dual side opening allows loading of your gear from either side and its user-friendly lock only requires one hand for a secure closure. And, your INNO Shadow Box is easy to mount and can be used with most factory crossbars. Plus, thanks to its innovative memory mounting system, there's no need for adjustments after it's installed.
As if that's not enough, the INNO Shadow Roof Cargo Box boasts a lightweight aerodynamic design which reduces noise while traveling. What's more, it's available in a sleek silver or black finish. Your INNO Shadow Roof Cargo Box is backed by a limited Lifetime Warranty.
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Kiki M (HELENA, MT) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Frontier — Sep 06, 2013 2:02 PM
This got great reviews from experienced roof storage owners so ee bought it. I gave 4 stars because the closing side bars are unwieldy. Prob not an issue if it didnt open on both sides. it also dropped our mileage over 2 galons per mile, this may be typical but I dont know. It has however been so useful for us as our nissan frontier is smaller inside now all our goodies can be locked in the storage unit leaving our cab roomier for kids and pets. Also leaves the bed open for toys.
Reviewed by JEFFREY S (FEDERAL WAY, WA) Reviewed for a 2012 Mini Cooper — Jul 30, 2013 10:06 AM
I researched and looked at Thule, Yakima, Rhino, and others. My concern was $$$, styling, and dimensions. I didn't want a box to protrude windshield and rear hatch. Inno is very easy to install on an OEM rack, easy to open/close, seldom whispers on the Hwy/Fwy, and adequate space for bags/gear. I'm not disappointed and very pleased. Autoanyting offered the lowest price from all cargo box manufactuers, including $$$ vs REI, Backcountry, RacknRoad, and other online and local company's.
Reviewed by PAUL C (Pacifica, CA) — Jun 12, 2013 11:38 PM
I have owned (and still own) a Yakima Skybox 21 and also a Thule atlantis and I gotta say the Inno cargo box that I just got is so much stronger and much easier to install. the looks of it and the design is just way better than anything out there.... Their prices are also very reasonable and even cheaper than Yakima and Thule for the most part. Most of them are also Made in Japan so quality is definitely there. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!
Reviewed by Lorraine M (Groton, NY) — Oct 26, 2012 8:35 AM
The Shadow is on my silver Jeep Grand Cherokee. Looks BEAUTIFUL in in silver. Took it for a couple FAST rides and no NOISE or movement at all !!!!! Have not packed it yet but will be doing so in a couple weeks. My brother set it up for me and said it was pretty easy. Being a small/short girl I will need someone to help me get it up but brother figured out a way for me to get it down in a pinch ! Only con: won't fit in my garage while on the Jeep. Not the Shadows fault !
Reviewed by oded m (boulder, CO) Reviewed for a 2007 Subaru Impreza — Mar 05, 2011 11:35 AM
After doing quite a bit of shopping around I purchased the inno shadow 14 for my 2007 impreza hatchback. It has a very sleek design and fits my smaller car perfectly. Before I was using an old yakima load ranger with 20cu ft of space (which i got many years of use out of on a larger vehicle) but there is noticeably less drag with the smaller inno. It is mounted a little towards the front of the vehicle just to allow room for the hatch to open all the way but looks great all around. I have not seen the shadow 16 but assume it will fit nicely on a small hatchback as well. The box easily holds a few snowboards, and i assume a good amount of my camping/sports gear in the summer. The mounting system is the easiest to use of any box I have encountered, it literally took me 3 minutes. Overall, I am very pleased with this purchase and smile every time I see it on my car.
Reviewed by Steven D (Russellville, AR) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Equinox — Jan 31, 2011 7:41 AM
I bought the Inno Shadow Cargo Box to use on my new 2011 Chevy Equinox. I chose this box for two primary reasons--its size, and the way it mounts. The Equinox is not a large vehicle and this box fits well in both width and length. Also, the height of the box is fairly low so as not to create too much wind resistance. The lever operated clamp-on system is fast and easy to use. I just returned from a 2,000+ mile ski trip and was very satisfied with this box. There was no wind noise at all. The box is a bit pricey, but I plan to take it off when I am not using it. The mounting clamps make the on or off process about a 10 minute operation rater than 30+ minutes that would be required using U-bolts. The open from either side operation is also a plus. I recommend this box to anyone who is willing to pay a bit more to get exactly what they want.
Reviewed by ISHIAN S (RICHMOND, VA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tacoma — Aug 23, 2010 7:05 PM
Excellent cargo box, just the right size (16 cu. ft.). It can be opened on both sides smoothly with one hand, easy to install too. I chose the Inno box because of its aerodynamic design and strong material (the box does not feel flimsy at all). On the highway, there was no noticeable drag and it's quieter when installed compared to bare racks. It's a bit more expensive but, for me, it's well worth it.