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ATV Rear Lounger Storage Box

ATV Rear Lounger Storage Box

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Saddle up with a rear rider and hit the trail with your gear safely in-tow. This ATV lounger storage box is as comfortable as it is convenient, featuring a cushioned seat and backrest, as well as molded armrests and padded hand holds for a rear rider. Plus, plenty of storage!


Secure, key-locking design

To prevent unauthorized access, this ATV cargo box has two latches that come with a central key lock and two keys.

Bungee strap design is easy to use, even while wearing gloves

The two bungee straps have soft loop holds and stretch over the closures easily and securely. Even if you’re rugged up, they’re large enough to grab with little effort and aren’t as finicky as metal latch closures.

Molded armrests, cushioned seat and backrest for premium passenger comfort

If your ATV is able to support a passenger, this cargo box adds to their comfort with a cushioned mid-back backrest and jutting high elbow rests.

Why you'll love it!
26 lbs.
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Your back passenger will ride in comfort with plenty of space to rest their arms and grip the box, even over rough terrain. Rear reflectors improve nighttime visibility for low-light rides.

The durable high-density polyethylene can take a beating and keep on going. It's waterproof, crack and warp resistant, and sturdy—not to mention secure. A key-locking latch protects all three interior sections from theft, and the box can be permanently mounted to the rear rack of your ATV with the four included U-bolts (requires drilling into box).

Review your state laws and regulations regarding rear seat add-on accessories as they may not be legal in all states.

We stand by our Products! All Black Widow purchases are backed by a 1 year warranty and are guaranteed to be free of defects at time of purchase.

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