Pelican’s New Cargo Cases For Trucks & SUVs – SHOT Show 2020

Pelican’s new Cargo Cases are ready to mount with several manufacturer’s included systems, and they’re molded in the USA.

Check these new cases out at

If you want indestructible cases for carrying and storing just about anything, Pelican cases have been the right answer for a long time. Many users have even modified their Pelican cases to mount them to their vehicles. Now, Pelican has answered that need with Cargo Cases designed specifically to mount in truck beds, on roof racks, and all kinds of other places adventurers mount things on their vehicles.

There are 8 different sizes.

Cargo Cases are rigid, but lightweight with rugged hardware designed to survive all kinds of environments. They are water and dust resistant and the metals are all non-corrosive. They have grab handles in all the right places and they are recessed with spring-loaded mechanisms to keep them sleek when unneeded.

The boxes are ready to mount, but there are no protruding angles to whistle in the wind or snag as you carry.

They are ready to mount with manufacturer hardware from Toyota, Ford, Chevy, and Dodge, as well as some of the universal mounting systems out there. While currently designed for trucks and SUVs, Overland-specific mounts are coming soon.

The boxes are more voluminous than DIY solutions with other case models.

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The cases are molded in the USA. There are 8 sizes from small cubes to large deep boxes. MSRP ranges from $199 to $399. Check them out at

As you’d expect from Pelican, they have gaskets for weather and dust proofing.
The handles don’t stick out and they are smooth on the outside for space economy.
The lift handles are recessed with spring-loaded hardware to keep them down in the wind.

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  • KEN January 22, 2020, 8:00 am

    I want to be able too lock it, but the hole seems small for a decent one!

  • Kimberpross January 21, 2020, 3:19 pm

    The sun is wicked and effects everything thermally and with UV rays. Even if these plastics containers are UV stabilized it would be best to only expose them to direct sunlight intermittently.

  • Big Al 45 lc January 21, 2020, 9:03 am

    The greatest issue for me here in Colorado is UV degradation, so are they UV resistant?

    • Zupglick January 21, 2020, 9:38 am

      Even if it is UV resistant, it’s gonna get HOT inside that case if it’s exposed to direct sunlight.

      • Rip Rogers January 21, 2020, 10:44 am

        “UV” resistance is not about heat, it is about the plastic not decaying in the sunlight.

        Untreated plastic becomes brittle and denigrates by “UV” rays…

        A legitimate question…if not “UV” resistance treated, you don’t buy it unless you keep it out of the sunlight.

  • Slim January 21, 2020, 5:55 am

    Didn’t see not one picture of a single case tied down in the bed of the truck like was described over and over in the column. Not sure why you’d say so much about a product abs not have a single picture showing how or if it actuality mounts down in a truck bed. Or like all of them dies it slide around and got the can and tail gate over and over as the gas peddle is pressed and the brakes applied? Or worse your guns or gear simply fly out for others to find some great free gifts? Who knows, since there’s no pictures.

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