Replace Your JK’s Ratty Cargo Netting with Carbon Fiber Design Glory

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JK Pockets by Slickrock Gear

Slickrock Gear’s JK Pockets are made of aerospace-grade plastic and will give your 2011-2018 Wrangler style, function and ruggedness.

If you have a Wrangler JK, then you most definitely know that the stock netting you use to throw your smaller gear in is inefficient in a lot of ways. Since they are made from rope, they will eventually rot away over time with use, especially if you’re one of the noble enthusiasts out there who dominates the trails instead of simply crawling the malls. Slickrock Gear has a brilliant solution to this annoying problem: having deep pockets.

No, we’re not talking about having an expendable income. We’re talking about practicality and dead-simple ease of use, which is exactly what Slickrock Gear aims for with JK Pockets. Each plastic pocket is adorned in carbon fiber pattern, and are installable in five minutes or less with simple plug-and-play design. You won’t need to take off any door panels or use double-sided tape or messy epoxy. All you have to do is excise the netting, pop on the pocket and boom. You’re done in no time.

JK Pockets by Slickrock Gear

Slickrock Gear sells the storage pockets individually and as a set. You can get sets for the JK two-door and for the four-door, and you can even grab them in a wide selection of colors, too. They offer JK Pockets in Battleship Gray, Hot Pink, Police Blue, EMT Red and more. You can also grab a lower dashboard pocket to store up to two phones for quick and easy access whenever you or your front seat passenger needs them.

JK Pockets by Slickrock Gear

Based in L.A.’s Beach Cities, Slickrock Gear specializes in the Jeep lifestyle; it offers everything from storage solutions to decals and other off-roading livery to dress up your Jeep. So if you’re looking for relatively inexpensive but durable solution to your JK’s stock cargo nets, give JK Pockets a try.

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Derin Richardson is a seasoned editor who's worked in print and digital media since 2008. He earned his Bachelor of Arts at California State University, Fullerton, and is an avid fan of American muscle. He oversees content for The Mustang Source, Mustang Forums, Dodge Forum, MB World, JK-Forum and 5Series.

As the grandson of a former L.A. Fire Department mechanic, he's grown up around cars and trucks most of his life. Some of his fondest memories are the times he helped wrench on his grandfather's 1941 Ford Pickup, which he endearingly nicknamed "High Yeller."

He currently drives a Red Hot 2018 Chevrolet Camaro SS but appreciates anything with four wheels and a little rumble.

Derin can be reached at [email protected]

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