Block the sun and keep your interior up to 40 degrees cooler with a Covercraft Car Sun Shade. These car window sun shades are custom-designed for a perfect fit. And, their protective UV shield stops harmful rays from ruining your dash. 90-day warranty.
Cool down your cabin with the Intro-Tech Automotive Windshield Sun Shade, made to lower inside temperatures up to 40°F. These car sun shades are custom-cut with a reflective face to completely block harmful rays. Lifetime Warranty.
Stop burning your hand on the steering wheel. The Dash Designs Original Car Sun Shade shields and cools your interior by up to 60 degrees. Crafted from a highly-reflective pleated fabric, these car sun shades install quickly and boast a 2-year warranty.
Block the sun from baking your interior with the Coverking Roll Up Sun Shade. These fully custom car window shades reflect UV rays and insulate against heat to keep your cockpit’s temps from skyrocketing. Stores easily in the back seat. 3-Year Limited Warranty.
Dress your dash in pink pride and sun-blocking protection with the Covercraft Pink Ribbon Car Sun Shade for a Cause. Fighting for the cause and defending your interior from heat and UV rays, a portion of sales fund breast cancer research while 3 layers of fabric keep your cabin cool. 90-day warranty.
Not sure which 2002 Toyota Tundra Windshield Sun Shades are right for you? We have over 5840 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I bought this for my 07 Rav4. It is a decent sun shade, good quality materials, sturdy, nice construction and does its job. Unfortunately the cut is a little small for the windshield, and it doesnt quite stretch all the way, leaving .5 inches on either edge. Its not enough to return it, but nonetheless, for the price I paid, I would expect it to fit exactly. Perhaps some other models have a more exact fit." —Kellen S from Denver, CO bought an Intro-Tech Automotive Windshield Sun Shade for a 2002 Toyota Tundra.