This is by far our most popular item. As such the demand is greater than our production capacity at the moment. We are doing our best to keep up and have expanded production. That said, if we don’t have stock of the colour you want, please message us and we can make it available, knowing that’s it’s in a queue, rather than in stock. Cheers! Note - Please expect anywhere from 2-4 weeks for your bag to arrive. The Garbage And Recycling Bag (G.A.R.B.) has been developed for increased functional storage. We decided to remove the internal divider as we found it limited the bags ability to expand (yes, it was that strongly secured). However, the six d-rings along the upper-inside rim, allow for the perfect securing of two seperate bags, eliminating bag sag and keeping your G.A.R.B. clean (cause throwing garbage inside the thing without a bag is gross anyway, it stinks and needs emptied in the long run). It features drain holes in the bottom so that water can drain out after either a spill inside or a water crossing. While the material (1000 denier Cordura) itself is water resistant, this allows the G.A.R.B. to be rinsed out and hung out to dry.To ensure the toughest quality, each bag is handmade with extremely strong UV and rot resistant treated stitching, thick buckles and thick straps. We proudly make this bag in house with most colour options being built with NAFTA friendly CORDURA nylon. It can easily carry up to 75 lbs. of gear inside. The design has been made with multifunctionality in mind. We wanted a bag that can not only carry out your garbage, but also a bag able to carry your firewood, extra gear or even fuel/water tanks. Our new design allows ANY model to carry traction boards between the bag and spare tire, without having to loosen the mounting straps for access. This streamlined design reduces cost, makes for a cleaner look, and by incorporating our Chain Saw Bag style mounting straps, there is no reliance on the plastic buckles for strength - all weight is put on the webbing, with a break strength of over 1300lbs. Sizes available; Regular (24" wide back panel) and Narrow (17" wide to fit many roof rack ladders). All sizes may appear larger when empty as the 8" bottom panel allows more filling room, but hangs down 5-6 inches when the bag is empty. Available in the following colours: OD, Tan, Black, Red, Coyote Brown. Limited 3 year Warranty: If anything on it breaks, rips or tears, based on regular use and wear and tear, ship it back and we will fix it! Just pay return shipping to us. Bear attacks or obvious signs of mis-use are not covered by this warranty. Note: For all ORANGE and RED GARBs, we highly recommend UV treatment to reduce sun fade. MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS VIDEO: HERE

G.A.R.B. (Spare Tire Bag)

  • Care Instructions

    Nylon is known for its strength, abbrasive resistance, weather resistance and durability in contact with oils and chemicals.


    Our Products are made with high-quality CORDURA nylon and PVC lined fabric held together with UV and ROT treated thread.  Like any fabric, the sun and UV rays will lead to fade over time and intensity of exposure. Some ways to preserve your GARB include, removing it when not in use and hosing it down to remove sand and dust from getting embedded into the fabric, buckles and webbing. 


    We recommend treating your item made with Cordura nylon, with 303 Fabric Guard.  It is safe on plastics, natural and synthetic fabrics, and will maintain the colourfastness, resistance to UV rays, mildew and rot, as well as the water repelancy of your item.  It is suggested that customers apply a light spray of a UV shield every 2 months of EXPOSURE to keep their colour longest.  We use 303 Fabric Guard, but any UV treatment with an SPF factor will be beneficial, as long as it is safe to use on Nylon material 

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