Christmas is just a couple weeks away and we all know it can be tough to find the perfect gift. Well don’t worry, if you have to buy a gift for a Jeep enthusiast we got you covered from big to small gifts.
Sunglass Holder, Storage Pouch, 55-13 Jeep CJ & Wrangler
We all know you have that one person whose Jeep looks like a hurricane ran through it and they need help. Don’t worry because with our Sunglass Holder, Storage Pouch, 55-13 Jeep CJ & Wrangler is perfect for them to keep everything in one place.
All Terrain Floor Liners
You can never go wrong with a good floor liner. Not only will you give them a gift of having clean floors but it will also look good with a custom fit! So give them the gift of a clean interior with All Terrain Floor Liners because we all know the outside will stay dirty.
Elipse Sun Shade
If you know they love riding with the top down than this Eclipse Sun Shade is the perfect gift. Protects you from the sun and easy installation without all the headache.
If you know they are all about the looks of their Jeep than these Drakon Wheels will sure turn heads. The best fit and style available.
At the SEMA Show this year we announced that we will launching this program that will will provide grants to non-profit organizations to help keep trails open on public land. These grants will also go to groups that help advance and protect the off-roading. At the SEMA show, Omix-ADA donated $50,000 to the program as a show of support for organizations fighting for trail access.
“The Rugged Ridge Trail Access Program was created to back efforts to keep public trails open to full-size four-wheel-drive off-road use,” said Dave Logan, product manager at Omix-ADA and a four-wheel-drive trainer. “Omix-ADA will always support the off-road hobby; we recognize that for us and others within the off road automotive aftermarket, no trails means no sales.”
Non-profit organizations can apply for grants of up to $5000 by visiting www.ruggedridge.com/trailaccess. Only one grant will be awarded to any given organization per year. Grants can be put toward education, stewardship, litigation, or any other activity advocating the conservation of public land and access to recreational trails.