Emgo Super Net

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Rating 4.38 of 5 (26 Reviews)

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Emgo Super Net
  • Versatile nets that can hold down nearly anything
  • Stretches to over double its 15" square size
  • Six coated, non-abrasive hooks
  • Item # 4131
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Overall Rating: 4.38 of 5

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GREAT NET

I agree with the other many reviews. Seems heavier and more durable, as well as smaller grid.

Bjorn - August 3, 2016

(West Hollywood, CA)

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EMGO supernet

I liked these because they seemed a bit more heavy dutier than the past ones I've had plus the smaller squares helped for better security and didn't stretch out as much as others. However one downfall is the pricing. My friend ended up showing me his that he had ordered for less than half the price ($195 vs $4-$5 something).

djlm - July 25, 2016

(cda, FL)

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EMGO supernet

I recently took a trip to a northern part of the state and rode my motorcycle on the back roads to get there to a work related school. I had a over sized backpack that I placed on my pillion seat, just in front of my sissy seat. I used that netting and all it took was one to completely secure it to my saddle bag frame and sissy seat. I bought two of them with the intention that I would probably need to have them both for securing my backpack, but did not. I am thoroughly satisfied with the use of the netting and then some. Very durable. Also, especially the price could not be beat what so ever. Very satisfied with my purchase and use of the product. Thumbs up all the way!

Charlie B - October 2, 2015

(MONTGOMERY, AL)

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tight net

My old nets are all stretched out, so I bought 2 of these to replace them on our 2 bikes. These are so tight that I have to hook them both together and use on my Royal Star Venture to hold my brief case on the back seat. I'm sure that with time they will stretch out and relax some. For now my wife is keeping an old one on her GoldWing, but she doesn't use a net often.

Dave W - October 26, 2012

(Wilmington, NC)

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Bungee Net

Great product!

Dawn - March 5, 2012

(Prior Lake, MN)

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Emgo Super Net

Feels very durable and can't wait to use it on my cruiser. My only complaint is the extra thread extending from the knots, but this can easily be trimmed.

Totaku - September 8, 2011

(H-Town, TX)

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Great Little Net!

This has been through a lot, carrying a lot during my 1,000 mile journey. It will loosen up after use, but does not necessarily shrink back down to it's original size though. But it is still quite functional. (No problem with the tips coming of at all). Ninja 250R 2007

Wesley - June 14, 2011

(Peachtree City, GA)

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Great Net!

This fits my bike perfectly. It is heavy-duty and all 6 tips are secure without further bonding necessary. Wraps around an extra helmet very tightly. Great for those quick trips around the city too. NINJA 250R

Wesley - May 6, 2011

(Peachtree City, GA)

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Good net

Good net to hold small to medium sized items on the bike. The material is pretty thick. It's hard to stretch it but will keep your stuff from shifting on your seat. There are 6 hooks you can use. Just make sure you glue the rubber tips to the hooks or they will fall off. Not much feature on this net except it stretches.

Jon - August 3, 2010

(New York, NY)

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Emgo - super net

This is a great product. It looks great and is very stretchy, which is perfect. The only bad thing - the little rubber ends come off the hook tips very easily. On my first use, I lost two.

Dani - June 7, 2010

(Penticton, BC)

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Emgo super net

This net is strong and works well with the powertye adj. net, as the small dia. hooks can hook into the additional hooks on the other net’s hooks.

Paul - January 20, 2010

(west hills, CT)

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Great looking net

Just as advertised.

Larry - January 5, 2010

(San Diego, CA)

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Emgo_Super Net

Well it is thicker than other nets I have used that cost the same. But basically it is a stretchy net. You cannot go wrong having one around to keep your junk from moving around or falling off.

Hans Koeller - November 4, 2009

(APO, AE)

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Great piece of equip. Holds a motocross helmet on my cargo rack nicely. Will buy another if this one ever dies. Does what you would want it to do. This is the one for serious luggage or cargo.

Jon Tanner - October 23, 2009

(Bakersfield, CA)

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Tied down

this net secures things very well on a bike, I used it to tie my sleeping bag down on the back seat...no problems at all.

G2 - October 12, 2009

(Parker, CO)