- Product Details
- Spare Parts
- Burly cargo basket with a clean, modern design
- Adjustable accessory bars for adding Yakima gear mounts and pinning in bulky items
- Tool-free mounting hardware for easy install right out of the box
- Integrated fairing reduces wind noise and drag
- Made from strong, durable steel for years of rugged use
- Fairing & accessory bars fully removable to handle longer items up top
- Universal mounting hardware works with JetStream, CoreBar, RoundBar and most factory crossbars
- Add SKS (Same Key System) locks for added security (sold separately)
- Extension available to add 40% additional space
- Available in two sizes: Medium & Large
- Medium Dimensions: 44” Long x 40” Wide
- Weight: 39.63 lbs.
- Dimensions: L 44.00 in x W 40.00 in x H 7.00 in
- Minimum Crossbar Spread 24.00in
- Maximum Crossbar Spread 32.00in
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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I've always had Yakima racks for 20+ years now. I used to have the MegaWarrior, and never had any problems with it other than slight rusting. Now, I have the OffGrid (Medium). . . it's definitely nicer/easier to put on the car, and remove when I don't need it with the way it attaches using straps. It does the job it's intended for with regard to carrying cargo. Basically, I mostly use it for road-trips between Thanksgiving. . . and leave it up for a couple months before taking it off again. Anyway, it seemed fine last year when I used it. . . took it apart again, and stored it. This year, the difference was that I drove through a good bit of rain on one of the major trips I took. Brought it indoors, took it apart, and a ton of dirty/rusty water came pouring out of the main outer tubing. Really, how is water getting into it? Somehow the design seems a bit off with the amount of water that made it into the tubing just from driving in the rain.
I have a size medium OffGrid w/ extension mounted on my 2019 Subaru Outback Limited using factory crossbars. I am using the first and last crossbar mounting points which allow for a 39" inch spread. As for the basket itself it is attractive, appears well made and solid. However, there are a few areas I feel could use improvement or improved. 1. The extension as well as the main basket relies on small metal strips inserted into a channel then bolted down to secure the halves together. Unfortunately, this leaves a bit of play and is obviously a weak spot. Those strips should be a tighter fit and made longer to give more structural rigidity. Also, I have 4 as I have the extension and 2 are solid and 2 are hollow exacerbating above issue. 2. The top bars "look" like regular round tubing but they are NOT they are some trapezoid shape with flats on 3 sides. Unfortunately, this makes mounting anything to them a challenge. I was to mount an ARM awning on one side of mine and finding a solution has so far been impossible. Yakima has tier TopGrip mounts but these are for small items under 9lbs like a shovel or ax. It would have made so much more sense to just make tubes round like every other Yakima I have ever owned.
I have a 2001 Honda CR-V Awd 5spd Currently my set up factory rails with timberline with core bars, Yakima slim shady and the offgrid medium, and can’t be happier with the choice I’ve made with this cargo basket, no wind noise that I have noticed love that you can add the sks locks. I’m in California so I go to big bear for snowboarding and my snowboard attachments can mount on the offgrid crossbars. The quality is amazing so don’t double think on the price and buy a cheap knock off “you pay what you get”
Just got a 2016 Subaru Outback and wanted to get a cargo rack that could do more than hold my camping gear. I chose the Off Grid Medium because I liked the low profile and the two accessory cross bars on top that allow me to attach other things like a bike rack, snowboard rack, and surf board foam protectors. The medium size fits perfect with the existing factory cross bars on the Sooby. My only reason for not giving a 5 star review is because of the assembly and install. Just about every bolt and screw fought me from start to finish. I had to repeatedly tighten and loosen various parts to get everything to line up perfectly before it could all go together. I also had to position the rack in a way that I could put enough body weight to bend the bars and make certain holes line up. I wasn't expecting this for a 400$ rack. Then came to mounting in on the roof. The 4 mounting brackets were so difficult to clip shut with the little room I had to fit my hands in there it took a lot longer than expected. I just hope I don't have to remove and remount the rack any time soon. Overall, I'm really happy with how it looks now that it's on. I just want to make sure anyone interested knows to take their time with the assembly and install so you don't end of stripping or bending any of the hardware! Oh, and the install guide doesn't say this but one of the allen wrenches has a tiny hole in it to allow you to tighten the accessory bars to the rack!