Materials

SIERRA OFFROAD provides more choice in materials and colors than any other brand. All materials have been tested extensively and are guaranteed to withstand the elements and provide years of service.

SIERRA OFFROAD JEEP MATERIAL OPTIONS

Denim Vinyl

This is the original material for the 1997-2002 TJ Wrangler. It is a medium weight 2-ply composite that has a distinctive “denim” look.

Color Choices
  • Black (original)
  • Spice (original)

Diamond Vinyl

This is the original material for the 2003-2006 TJ Wrangler. It is a slightly heavier weight 2-ply composite that has a diamond pattern in the vinyl.

Color Choices
  • Black (original)
  • Khaki (original)

Sailcloth Vinyl

This is the original material for the 2007-2013 JK Wrangler. It is a heavy weight 2-ply composite that has a “sail grain” pattern in the vinyl. Sailcloth has superior performance characteristics than either Denim or Diamond and will last considerably longer. As well sailcloth has enhanced acoustic properties that lower the noise levels at highway speeds.

Color Choices
  • Black (original)
  • Saddle
  • Parchment
  • Sandalwood
  • Spice

Trilogy Acoustic Vinyl

Trilogy (Twill) is a SIERRA OFFROAD exclusive material. It is a heavy weight automotive grade 2-ply composite material that has a “cross hatch” or “twill” pattern in the vinyl. The Twill pattern was specifically designed to imitate the luxury look of the cloth material used on high end luxury convertibles such as Mercedes Benz, Audi, Porsche and BMW.

Color Choices
  • Black
  • Sandalwood
  • Stone
  • Saddle
  • Blue
  • Camel
  • Bordeaux

Sierra Offroad Color Options for Jeep


Denim Vinyl Colors (original for 1997-2002 TJ)

 

Diamond Vinyl Colors (original for 2003-2006 TJ)

 

Sailcloth Vinyl Colors (available for 1997-2006 TJ)

 

Trilogy Acoustic Vinyl Colors (2003-2006 TJ Wrangler only)

 

3 Comments

  • Mike April 27, 2015 at 3:29 pm

    I love your guys sail cloth yj uppers. The best I have found yet. Do you have lower soft doors to go with them

  • Roger Dillon February 7, 2018 at 1:04 am

    Do you or can you do a camo material on tj top.

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