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Product Description

Rooftop Cargo Carrier BagRooftop Cargo Carrier Bag

Hi Journey!

Tchipie Rooftop Cargo Carrier Bag offers an easy way to create extra cargo space when your family are on the road for a journey! A necessity for family round trips, holiday adventures or a moving day. By storing over-sized cargo outside the vehicle, it frees up space inside and creates a more comfortable and pleasant travel!

Easy Setup and Storage

With 8 built-in strong straps and 4 door hooks make this cargo bag suitable for most vehicles (with or without roof rack) and easy to set up. Its soft shell allows you to conveniently carry odd-shaped objects or over-sized cargo into it, making the maximum usage of this cargo bag. And you can store the bag compactly into a small piece when not in use.

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Specification amp; Details:

Dimensions - 44”x 34”x 17” (112 x 86 x 43 cm)

Weight - 5.62 pounds

Capacity - 15 cubic feet

Package includes - 1 X Cargo Bag; 1 X Instruction Book; 4 X Door Hook

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User Instruction

Please put the rooftop cargo bag on the roof first. After pack the bag, please buckle 4 straps on bars or hooks and then buckle the rest 4 straps together to avoid flapping noise. A ladder or group work would be recommended.

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User Instruction

Please put the rooftop cargo bag on the roof first. After pack the bag, please buckle 4 straps on bars or hooks and then buckle the rest 4 straps together to avoid flapping noise. A ladder or group work would be recommended.

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User Instruction

Please put the rooftop cargo bag on the roof first. After pack the bag, please buckle 4 straps on bars or hooks and then buckle the rest 4 straps together to avoid flapping noise. A ladder or group work would be recommended.

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User Instruction

Please put the rooftop cargo bag on the roof first. After pack the bag, please buckle 4 straps on bars or hooks and then buckle the rest 4 straps together to avoid flapping noise. A ladder or group work would be recommended.

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Load the bag on the roof

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Put luggage into bag

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Zip up and cover the flap

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Fasten and buckle

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Tchipie Car Rooftop Cargo Carrier Bag, SUV Roof Top Luggage Carr

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