Cargo Baskets are a convenient car accessory for any adventurer's lifestyle. They will stash camping or beach gear, as well as cargo bags. Any off-road enthusiast will revel at the ease with which they can safely tuck away their belongings.
Cargo Baskets are available in both roof mounted models as well as hitch mounted models.
Roof Mounted Cargo Baskets REQUIRE that you already have a roof rack system in place, either from the manufacturer of your vehicle, or if your vehicle roof is bare, one of our multipurpose Roof Rack Systems. To see what multipurpose base roof rack system options are available for your vehicle, check one of our Automated Roof Rack Fit Guides. If the standard sized baskets don't do it for you, most styles of Cargo Baskets are extendable with the addition of an additional kit. All gear should be secured in to your basket with a stretchy cargo net, that come with easily attached, impact-resistant hooks.
If yor vehicle has a shorter roof, or your roof is already in use Hitch Mount Cargo Baskets are available to attach to a pre-installed hitch receiver. Hitch Mount Cargo Baskets REQUIRE that your vehicle already have either a 2 inch or a 1.25 inch hitch receiver already installed on your vehicle.
As smaller vehicles continue to become more popular, Thule Cargo Baskets are the perfect solution for cargo space when you need it. Pack your bags, bikes, boats, and the kitchen sink, because with Thule Cargo Baskets there is room for everything. Their line of baskets is extendable and has custom designed cargo nets to ensure a perfect fit and your safety. Thule Cargo Baskets also allow you to carry bikes, skis, snowboards, and water sport carriers with their internal adjustable load bars.
Yakima Cargo Baskets are an extremely versatile and practical way to haul toys, industrial supplies and totem poles if you happen to be into those. To give you an idea of how versatile Yakima Cargo Baskets are, you can use a basket to simultaneously carry bikes, camping gear, an axe, a shovel, a car jack, a spare tire, a big ol' cooler and the aforementioned medium-sized totem pole. And no, Yakima is not joking.