Every bike commuter needs a cargo net. It’s almost a universal truth. Even if your bike doesn’t have a rack, if you wear a pack of some sort, you still need a cargo net.
Enter the Delta Cargo Net. Having this net on hand has saved me multiple times when the loads I was carrying wouldn’t fit in my pack or panniers.
Delta Cargo Net Features
- Four tough nylon molded hooks
- Strech-web secures those hard to hold items
Delta Cargo Net Review
First off, the store pictures only show two hooks, it really comes with 4 (the description says so and mine came with 4).
Having this cargo net is better than carrying a bunch of bungee cords. I’ve use this net to hold stuff down on my rear rack, to hold stuff on top of my panniers, and to even strap stuff to my backpack.
Sometimes the path to securing whatever you’re hauling isn’t clear, but a little ingenuity goes a long way. With four hooks you have so many possibilities for strapping things down. So far I’ve successful strapped and hauled: books, a box of ski boots, lunch box, various size shipping boxes, my backpack, and clothes.
At first I was skeptical of the hooks. I thought for sure they’d break within the first couple uses and definitely after a few months of use. I was completely wrong. I’ve been using the Delta Cargo Net for awhile now and the hooks haven’t broken. I’ve had it out in the sun, heat, rain, snow, and below freezing temperatures and haven’t had any problems with the hooks or the net.
- Four hooks give more secure connections
- Hooks are strong
- Size (if you have a huge load one net might not secure it down enough)
If you commute or even use your bike for any kind of utility, you need the Delta Cargo Net. Buy one, put in your pack, and always keep it with you. On more than one occassion you’ll be glad you did.
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