Here are the aspen cargo nets from jeepcargonet.com. made the thread in case anyone was wondering about the nets and how they look. I got them in dark green so they match my jeep. They fit pretty well, and look good. Paid $260 with 2nd day air shipping. Normal ground shipping price of the nets is $217. They were kind of pain to out on, but worth it. They fit underneath the hardtop and softop, so you don't have to take them off.
Thanks. As of now I am satisfied with the nets, but i have only had them for a few days. I have to see how long before they fade... if they do at all. Aspen has really good prices compared to other net brands. Others are more expensive. Cool thing about their nets is they come in different colors. The nets look pretty cool. Some nets would definitely make your jeep look unique. You should get some. Just decide what brand and where you want to order them, and much You want to spend.
Aspen Mfg. products are warranted for 1 year from date of purchase for defective workmanship, material and hardware. Normal wear and tear is excluded from this warranty. Products will be repaired or replaced at our option once the return authorization has been given by Aspen Mfg. Aspen liability will not extend beyond product replacement or repair.
Nets are invaluable if you have a dog in the back or try to curb theft a bit. I wouldn't trade my rainglers for anything. I strapped my molle gear to the inside of the jeep via netting.
i did not see raingler at the time of purchase. if i did, then their nets could have been an option, since hey appear to be the same price. though, aspen had the nets in colors and it did not affect the cost. raingler only has them in one color. they do have an option of a miltiary green color, but it cost more. i think raingler has a better warranty when i went to check them out after you mentioned them, but i don't think i will be breaking the nets any time soon. they seem like they will hold up. i mainly got them for looks, as i said. so, i most likely will not be carry much heavy cargo in jeep. i didn't see much on the aspen nets online, so i figured i would try them out anyway. everyone said to get either raingler, aspen, or safari straps.