Erickson 15x30 ATV Cargo Net Review

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Review of the Erickson 15x30 ATV Cargo Net

Today we'll be taking a look at the Erickson ATV Cargo Net, fifteen inches by thirty inches, part number EM01016. This Erickson ATV Cargo Net is going to be a great option for using on the front or back rack of your ATV whether you're going to secure a cooler, maybe a chainsaw, gas tank or any other small cargo items, this net is going to be a great option for you. Now, on stretch the net is fifteen inches by thirty inches. The bungee itself around the outside edges has two bungees for extra strength which is what the hook actually secures to just allowing you to have more force on it. The hook is made of a polycarbonate plastic material which that's going to withstand rust and corrosion. You can see the specially design hook here has a little finger hole and that allows you to just quickly and easily pull it around your gear, hook it on to the rail and same with unhooking it as well. You don't have to put your finger, the same exact spot they're trying to hook something to, basically just a hassle free way of connecting it.

There's a total of twelve hooks on this net and that's going to allow you to basically accommodate any kind of weird or awkward shaped cargo. You can see we have this cooler loaded up here in the back of our ATV, now we're just going to use this net, untangle a little bit, we'll be able to secure the cooler right to the rack. Now that we got our cooler all secured that will complete today's review of the Erickson ATV Cargo Net, part number EM01016. .

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