* You can load your bag first, and then lift it onto the roof of your vehicle, but we recommend loading the bag after placing it on the roof. This way, you won’t have to lift up a heavy bag, and your stuff won’t shift around inside while you’re lifting. Remember the non-slip pad? It’s harder to position the bag on the roof when it’s already packed full.
** The SCOMBI tie-down straps have been designed to withstand emergency stops at 130kg loads. However, we highly recommend you limit your cargo loads to between 60kg and 90kg, depending on your vehicle, and to place the heavier items at the sides of the roof rather than the center.
And there you have it!
When you reach the end of the road, your cargo is right there with you.
With a SCOMBI roof bag – you really CAN take it with you!