Smittybilt C.RES Cargo Net Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
Your Jeep has the muscle and the moxie to tackle the toughest, rockiest, nastiest trails across the globe. When you’re inching your way across the Rubicon or blasting over sand berms in Glamis, seatbelts are critical for keeping you and your passengers from spilling out into the dirt—but what’s going to stop your cargo from tumbling out? Only the Smittybilt C.RES Jeep Cargo Net!
Whether you’re loaded up with coolers, jerry cans, or even briefcases, the Smittybilt CRES Jeep Cargo Net catches anything that might bounce out of your rig. Because your Jeep net is constructed from UV-stable, military-grade PVC vinyl, it has plenty of backbone to survive the most grueling conditions. In fact, the materials used in this Smittybilt cargo restraint system are tougher than most soft tops.
Leave your duct tape and sewing kit in your garage—the Smittybilt C.RES Jeep Cargo Net comes fully custom tailored for a perfect fit on your Jeep. Powerful straps secure it to your roll cage, and the heavy-duty zippers give you fast access to your gear in the rear. Lifetime Warranty.
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by DONNA O (DALEVILLE, AL) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler — Sep 10, 2013 4:13 PM
Never saw one in my area so I get lots of looks and many questions. It was here in 2 days. Perfect for dogs, kids and cargo. Cuts the wind a little too! I managed to leave on the full top over it but had to drop the bow attachment. This was a little tricky so I will order a half top to make it open on the back half. My friends all love it and think it's very cool. Stands out amongst all the other Jeeps!
Reviewed by Richard O (Cropwell, AL) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Wrangler — Mar 06, 2013 8:28 PM
I love it. I see often that people complain about the cheap material used, but I don't see it. The instructions say to use the factory rear window bar, but it works great even without it. Its strong, tight, fits right, and does its' job as described. I gave 4 stars on Installation because the buckle straps are a bit shorter than normal, but it doesn't hinder the final install.
Reviewed by Elmer H (French Gulch, CA) Reviewed for a 1997 Jeep Wrangler — Jul 31, 2012 11:23 AM
Problems with installing with speaker bar and half top. Buckles are way too big making it a major job to remove speaker bar just for a summer top. a thin metal buckle like the one on the old best tops would make it a breeze to take on and off. Quailty materials but very poor design for installation and does not install well with a half top because of design issues. Its a good six hour project with the right tools