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Jeep JKU Attic
Jeep JKU Attic

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Key Product Features:
» Made of mil-spec mesh and webbing
» Great for organizing and storing a variety of light-weight items
» Adjustable so it won't bump into passengers' heads.
» Velcro pocket closures
» Attaches to roll bar or ceiling grab handles
» Secures with 1" webbing and ITW Fastex buckles
» Color | Black
» Features our signature, authentic branded leather logo
» Made in the USA.
Our Price: $105.99

Quantity in Stock:9

Product Code: 21JKU-ATIC

John Oates, half of music duo Hall and Oates said, "You may be embarrassed about the way you looked and the wacky clothes you wore when you were young, but normally, at least it's hidden in a box in the attic." We won't ask for a show of hands for those of you who are old enough to know who Hall and Oates are — the fact that you have a pair of parachute pants in the attic of your home is an answer enough! And as an aside, you also know if you put them on right now — you'd look like 200 lbs. of regret stuffed into a 50-lbs. sack! Thankfully, you can leave the parachute pants out of your JKU attic if you choose (but really, we're not here to judge). You can store things jackets, rain gear, tents, blankets, sleeping bags, you know — lightweight stuff — from this decade. Stuff that wouldn't make your kids try to crawl under the seat if you had them out in public. Our attic is made of mil-spec mesh and fits the 2016 and newer Jeep JKU.

Design & Build Ep. 2 | Jeep JKU Attic

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Redesigned version is awesome!! November 6, 2017
Reviewer: Joshua Carter from Clayton, NC United States  
Bought the newly redesigned version at Overland expo and it has added a new area to store stuff in the jeep. Camping we keep our pillows and jackets up there so the dog doesn't take ownership of them. When I'm daily driving I just keep a sweatshirt up there for the cold nights or mornings.  Installation was a breeze and only requires you to pull the freedom panel out.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Install w/hard top is PITA August 13, 2015
Reviewer: Jared Simpson from Oregon City, OR United States  
The need to remove, or at least loosen, the hard top to complete the install makes the JK Attic almost too much of a pain to order. It's super handiness does make up for it, just.  A way to not have the buckle in the front strap so it can be threaded between roll bar and hard top would cure this.

 --- The key to this is taking the webbing out of the buckle then sliding the webbing between the roll bar and the hard top then reinstall the webbing through the buckle.
---thanks Matt BROG

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Useful Product May 21, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Visalia, CA United States  
Well made,  fits perfectly,  adds useful space for hats,  gloves,  and jackets.  Good investment.

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Like it a lot, but.. November 29, 2013
Reviewer: albert waldo from la verne, CA United States  
So I got my jku attic just in time for a road trip to big bear. The attic worked great to stuff all the jackets and extra stuff we had. But when we rolled the windows down and when I looked back some of the sweaters had been blown behind or on the side of the attic. That got me thinking that once the freedom top was off, the attic wouldn't be much use. It would be nice if there was a larger cover on top that covers the back part and side (maybe with Velcro or a zipper) and would contain everything in if the freedom top was off. Just my two cents

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