The 10 Best Bikini Tops For Jeep Wranglers

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This wiki has been updated 6 times since it was first published in January of 2019. While cruising around in a Jeep without the top on is nice for periodic rides, if you do it often, you'll probably want something to block the sun's harsh rays and those unexpected light showers. These bikini tops do just that, but without killing that sense of freedom that only convertibles can provide. We've included options to fit every model year from 1970 on up to 2018. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best bikini tops for jeep wrangler on Amazon.

10. Smittybilt Standard 93335

9. Bestop 52584-35 Black Diamond

8. Bestop 52505-01 Black Crush

7. Bestop 52529-15 Strapless Safari

6. Alien Sunshade TJK

5. Bestop 52509-15

4. Rugged Tuff TuffShade JK4D

3. Rugged Tuff TuffShade TJYJ

2. Voodonala JKU-2

1. SpiderwebShade JK4D

Editor's Notes

February 19, 2019:

Ask any jeep owner and they will tell they run forever. It is not uncommon for older wranglers to still be every day drivers even when they have 150K or more miles. The older they are, the more desirable they become too. Because of that we wanted to make sure to include bikini tops for many of the classic models, as well as the newer ones. If you have a CJ5, CJ7, or early-model YJ, you'll want to choose the Bestop 52505-01 Black Crush, since it fits those perfectly. If you have a newer model YJ with the rounded role bars, we recommend the Bestop 52529-15 Strapless Safari. The Bestop 52509-15 fits both new and late model YJs, so take a look at that one as well if you have any wrangler produced between 1987 and 1995. If rain isn't your main concern, but rather the sun, one of the mesh models might be more your style, in which case you can pick from the SpiderwebShade JK4D, Voodonala JKU-2, Rugged Tuff TuffShade TJYJ, Rugged Tuff TuffShade JK4D, depending on your model year and style.

Brett Dvoretz
Last updated on February 22, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

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