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Trasharoo Off Road Trash Bag

Posted in How To on April 1, 2010 Comment (0)
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Trasharoo Off Road Trash Bag

Pack out what you pack in is a motto that all of us should live by. We all love to load up our coolers with our favorite snacks and beverages, right? The problem is, at the end of our trip, where does all that trash go? Furthermore, what about any other trash you come across while outdoors?

Typically, most of us will hang a plastic trash bag over a rear tire, tailgate, or even toss it on the ground next to the tent. The bag always rips, leaks, and never seems to hold enough weight. These reasons are why you need to bring along a Trasharoo on your next adventure. It's made from high-quality 900 denier vinyl canvas, can carry up to 50 pounds, is water resistant, and has double-stitched buckles and straps. The "X" strap design will keep the bag safely secured to your spare tire while driving and a built in zipper compartment allows you to store gloves, bags and straps. To help keep it clean, the Trasharoo is made to fit a 30-gallon trash bag and even has drainage holes on the bottom for those unexpected leaks. If trash isn't an issue, the Trasharoo also doubles as a handy storage compartment for all sorts of items.

Sure, it's a glorified trash can, but it works. For occasions such as the Clean Desert event located in Barstow each year, an item like this will make the job of keeping our desert clean, easier.

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Trasharoo
Anaheim, CA 92806
714-854-7292
http://www.trasharoo.com

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