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Spare Wheel Bags

Echidna Offroad Spare Wheel Bags are made specifically for Australia’s vast and diverse landscapes, where road trips are a way of life and nature’s beauty beckons at every turn.

Spare tyre bags have become an indispensable accessory for every Aussie adventure and for good reason. These purpose-built 4×4 accessories offer an incredibly practical and eco-friendly solution to managing space, waste and dirty gear.

Find out why you should buy our online spare wheel bags.

Spare Tyre Bags For Sale Online

Looking for a spare wheel bag made for a life on the land? This is it!

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Why choose us for a spare wheel bag?

We've created tough little creatures to thrive in the challenging conditions found on our sunburnt country.

Made for Harsh Environments

Our gear is made to mimic our Fauna, rugged and resolute.

Express Shipping

With a fast, reliable, and stress-free shipping experience, we got you!

Happiness Guaranteed

With affordable prices and a 12-month warranty, you can’t go wrong.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your queries answered for a smooth experience

What are the different ways I can use a spare wheel bag?

Spare wheel/tyre bags are perfect for anything you want to keep out of the car. Examples include:

1. Rubbish

2. Store and transport firewood

3. Dirty clothes/laundry

4. Recovery gear

5. Wetsuits

6. Camping gear

7. Tools

8. Cooking supplies

9. Towels

10. Dog/Pet supplies. Plus, many more.

What is 1680D ballistic nylon?

1680D ballistic nylon is a high-performance and heavy-duty fabric used primarily in the manufacturing of durable and resilient products. Ballistic nylon was originally developed for use in World War II for flak jackets to protect from flying shrapnel and other ballistic impacts.

The "1680D" refers to the denier count, which is a unit of measurement used to indicate the thickness and weight of the fabric.

1680D ballistic nylon vs canvas

1680D ballistic nylon and canvas are both durable fabrics. However, they have some distinct differences in terms of composition, performance, and applications. Let's compare the two:


1680D Ballistic Nylon: Ballistic nylon is a synthetic fabric made from nylon fibres. The "1680D" denotes its high denier count, indicating its thickness and strength. It is tightly woven, making it highly resistant to tears and abrasion.

Canvas: Canvas, on the other hand, can be made from natural fibres (like cotton or linen) or synthetic fibres (like polyester). It is a plain-woven fabric known for its sturdiness and durability.

Strength & Durability:

1680D Ballistic Nylon: Due to its high denier count and tightly woven structure, ballistic nylon is exceptionally strong and resistant to tears, punctures, and abrasion. It’s often used in products that require maximum durability.

Canvas: Canvas is also a durable fabric, but its strength depends on the type of fibre used and the tightness of the weave. While canvas is sturdy, it may not be as resistant to wear and tear as 1680D ballistic nylon.


1680D Ballistic Nylon: Being a heavy-duty fabric, 1680D ballistic nylon is generally heavier than canvas.

Canvas: Canvas can vary in weight depending on the type of fibre used and the weave, but it is often lighter than ballistic nylon.

Water Resistance:

1680D Ballistic Nylon: Nylon is naturally water-resistant, making it resistant to moisture and a quick-drying material.

Canvas: Traditional canvas made from natural fibres is not inherently water-resistant. However, some modern canvas varieties may be treated to improve water resistance.


1680D Ballistic Nylon: Due to its exceptional strength and durability, ballistic nylon is commonly used in heavy-duty applications such as luggage, military gear, tactical equipment, and industrial protective gear. Canvas: Canvas has a wide range of applications, including tents, backpacks, workwear, tote bags, and artist canvases. It is versatile and can be used in both rugged and artistic contexts.