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Thule Caravan Cargo Bag - Dick's Sporting Goods

Thule Caravan Cargo Bag

Item Number: 13002100
Price: $109.99
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The environmentally cautious will love the Thule® Caravan Roof Cargo Bag. This PVC-free coated nylon cargo bag carries up to 13 cu ft. of cargo and is a great storage option for traveling with extra belongings. It attaches easily to load bars with heavy-duty snap buckles and collapses easily for fast, convenient storage.

FEATURES:

  • Designed for Thule rack systems, round bars and most factory racks, not included
  • Carries up to 13 cu ft. of cargo
  • PVC-free coated nylon
  • Weather resistant construction keeps contents dry
  • Held securely to load bars with heavy-duty snap buckles
  • 3-sided zipper for easy access and loading/unloading
  • Collapses fast and compact for storage, bag included
  • Manufacturer's lifetime warranty
  • Model: 857
  • Thule

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-238-2388.

Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not Weather Resistant I used this for the first time on a trip today and it started raining and over 50% of the contents got wet even with them being in their own bag. I am not happy and will be contacting Dick's and Thule when we get back. This was very embarrassing for my wife and I because it was our guests whose clothes had to be taken to a laundramat to be dried. December 6, 2013
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