Sexy! Strong! Kinky! Flexible! And oh, so stylish. What’s not to love about cargo net?
This year, Answer Girl and the theme camp placement team are officially naming cargo net as the #1 Most Great Thing To Have At Burning Man.
It’s Highway Friendly!
There is no better way to make sure all your trash bags, bikes, coolers, mattresses, tutus and small children stay attached to your vehicle. Just wrap cargo net around the entire thing, and you’re good for hundreds of miles at high speed (don’t forget to feed and water the children).
Did you know? Burning Man’s highway litter problem is a serious one. Every year, we spend weeks cleaning up the highways after our event. Nevada State Highway Patrol helps by handing out tickets to anybody they catch disintegrating while in transit.
Don’t let your awesome trip take a turn for the trashy!
Strap your load down. With cargo net.
It’s Thematically Appropriate!
Cargo Cult. Cargo Net!
It’s Multi Functional!
When it’s not cradling your load, cargo net has many other lives.
- Hammock (or, with a big net, elevated sleeping area)
- Climbing apparatus
- Cargo Cult themed camp decoration
- Clothes hanging thingie
- Thing to Keep the Tarp Attached So It Doesn’t Rip Its Grommets and Blow Off Your Car
- Bulky, yet see-through DIY clothing
What else can you do with cargo net?
What else is a must-have for Leaving No Trace on the highway?
Leave us a comment with your fantastic idea.
Burning Man is a Leave No Trace Event.
There is no garbage collection service at Burning Man. We are the largest Leave No Trace event in the world. This means that every participant is responsible for making the greatest possible effort to leave the Black Rock Desert in the same condition (or better!) than it was in when you arrived. That includes picking up Matter Out Of Place, packing out all your own trash, not polluting the playa and avoiding burn scars and oil drips.
Leave No Trace is one of the Ten Principles guiding our community. Our community respects the environment. We are committed to leaving no physical trace of our activities wherever we gather. We clean up after ourselves and endeavor, whenever possible, to leave such places in a better state than when we found them.
With cargo net.