Invictus Off Road

JK Jeep MOLLE Headrest Panels (Front, ’07-’11)

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  • Regular price $72.00

Whether you’re headed off the grid for a few weeks or just driving your kids to their afterschool activities, there are some items you shouldn’t leave home without. Necessities like first aid kits, flashlights, and certain tools can be the difference between disaster and a happy ending, no matter what the surrounding circumstances might be.

You don’t want to just haphazardly throw these items in the back of your Jeep Wrangler where they become clutter, absorb valuable storage space, and are difficult to locate when you need them most, though. With Invictus Off Road’s Jeep JK MOLLE Headrest Panels, you can keep these everyday carry items in a highly visible, easy-to-reach location without sacrificing your usable interior space.

Made right here in the United States of premium MOLLE material that provides numerous gear mounting configurations, the Jeep JK MOLLE Headrest Panels are thoughtfully crafted to withstand all of the off-road and everyday use and abuse you can throw at them. On top of their fantastic functionality, the headrest panels come in a variety of colors (Army Green, Black, Coyote Brown, MultiCam, and Wolf Gray) to complement your Jeep.

If you’re looking for a way to set your Wrangler apart from the crowd, increase its storage capacity, and add a convenient location to mount some of your most vital gear, look no farther than Invictus Off Road’s Jeep JK MOLLE Headrest Panels.

Installation: Remove head rest from seat. Align the clearance cut around the head rest pegs (it's a tight fit so your gear stays where it belongs) then drape the front of the head rest cover over the head rest. Last, cinch tight the cords while sliding the clasp close. See video for demonstration. (COMING SOON)


Check out our product photos for possible gear configuration options.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Great product

Well made. I’d like to see the logo on the drivers side of the seat, it’s covered up by attached Molle in back.