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Bestop Now Offers Official Jeep-licensed Soft Tops For JK Wrangler

Wrangler owners will be pleased to learn that Bestop is now offering official tops for Jeep Wranglers.


Bestop has been manufacturing soft-tops for Wranglers for more than 35 years. However, it wasn't until now that Bestop offered officially-branded Wrangler JK tops complete with the Jeep logo. “The Jeep brand is defined by open-air freedom, and Bestop has been a key partner in developing that for the Jeep customer,” said Jim Morrison, Senior Vice President and head of Jeep brand North America. “Responding to the Jeep community with these new JK tops is a great way to give our customers what they are looking for.”

Three tops with the Jeep logo will be available directly from Bestop and supporting Bestop resellers. This collection will be the first time a premium Bestop soft top will showcase the Jeep brand on select tops.

“Jeep and Bestop have a long history of being a part of each other’s story. Together we have inspired people to enjoy the outdoors, open air, and the driving adventure. We’re proud to be on the road – and off the road – with them.” said Scott Baird, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Bestop. “This is a special opportunity for our Wrangler family to fit their Jeep vehicles with the brand they love and the quality they Deserve.”

Included in the new offerings are Bestop’s world-famous Trektop, Trektop Glide, and Trektop Pro. The tops will be made from Black Diamond fabrics and Premium Twill. The Premium Twill is manufactured using Haartz Corporation’s Twillfast RPC fabric. "Haartz Twillfast RPC fabric is constructed from an acoustically enhanced 3-ply material with an acrylic twill weave facing, rubber inner-layer, and a polyester dobby backing," said Phil Hollenbeck, sales manager-automotive exteriors at Haartz. "These three official Jeep-licensed soft tops are excellent options for JK Wrangler owners."

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