Actually, I believe that it’s pronounced – /ˈmɒl.liː/, similar in pronunciation to the name Molly
Any Jeeper that has a 2011 – 2018 JK Wrangler knows that the door nets were worthless about 6-months after the Jeep was new. The factory door netting is basically useless, and replacing the door nets is a surprisingly expensive option.
There are products available that slide, or clip into the trim that holds the original door net, providing a small pocket, cup holder, or even a storage pouch. While these may be a better option than the original door net, you are still left with very limited storage.
Just like any other JK Owner, I am always in need of more in-cab storage. I was not impressed with the available door-net replacement products available until I caught up on out on the trail again with New Holland Overland LLC (newhollandoverland.com).
While doing some Winter Overlanding in late January with NHO, I was able to check out the NHO’s MOLLE panel products for other non-Jeep vehicles. After a brief chat, and taking some measurements, NHO provided me with the perfect solution for those sagging door nets.
MOLLE (pronounced /ˈmɒl.liː/, similar in pronunciation to the name Molly) is an acronym for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment. It is used to define the current generation of load-bearing equipment and backpacks used by a number of NATO armed forces, especially the British Army and the United States Army.
And what Jeep couldn’t use more MOLLE?
I know that your 2011 – 2018 JK Wrangler needs more MOLLE, and you should contact New Holland Overland LLC today to get yours!
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