Bestop, Inc. manufactures and supplies the most diverse mix
of soft tops, hardtops and accessories for the Jeep Wrangler,
as well as other popular sport utility vehicles and a growing
line of full and compact pick-up truck accessories. Our Engineers
utilize the finest materials available, including premium Haartz®
stretch-and-set fabrics for a perfect fit and YKK® zippers
for durability and a long life. Each application follows O.E.M.
specifications for form, fit, function, and craftsmanship. Our
IS0-9000 certification ensures we adhere to stringent manufacturing
processes, while offering a forum for product improvements and
new product development.
Bestop offers a complete line of soft
tops, hardtops and complementary vehicle accessories and parts
in a variety of perfect color matching factory original fabrics.
For Jeep CJ-5, CJ-7 and Wrangler vehicles 1941 to present,
Bestop is the most widely recognized brand of soft goods on
the market. Each of our products comes with fully illustrated
installation instructions sheets, an in-product catalog, and
an installation video in some top kit applications, and all
products are covered by a full one-year factory warranty.
Bestop is headquartered in Broomfield,
Colorado U.S.A. and is supported by over 400 employees guided
by the principles from which we were founded in 1954: to create
innovative product, to provide impeccable workmanship, and
to promote unwavering attention to detail. Bestop products
can be purchased with confidence through Bestop-authorized
distributors and are not sold direct from the Bestop factory.
Bestop has been serving the automotive
industry for over 50 years!
Back in the fifties, Thomas Bradley picked up and moved his
family to Boulder, Colorado. Having worked in his father's
California-based auto upholstery shop, he founded his own
shop in Colorado. The business was a success - but he found,
unlike California, the winter months in Colorado were maddeningly
So he devised a plan. He designed and
began producing replacement tops for Jeeps to fill the slow
times. Soon, however, his "fill-in" business began
to outpace his upholstery revenues. So he sold the upholstery
business to concentrate on the replacement top side of the
business. Smart man. He called the new company "Bestop"
and moved it into an unused school house at the edge of town.
There, fabric was cut on wooden slabs made from the lanes
of a razed bowling alley. Sewing machines whirred and welders
crackled, turning out up to 25 tops per day. Bestop tops were
soon being sold all over the U.S. and, shortly thereafter,
around the world.
Bestop has prospered over the last fifty
years with the help of countless individuals and organizations.
Thanks to all. And this promise: Over the next fifty years,
we will continue to deliver the engineering, the quality and
the innovation you have come to expect from Bestop.