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Slickrock Gear JK Pockets™ - Jeep Wrangler JK Lower Dash Pocket
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Slickrock Gear JK Pockets™ - Jeep Wrangler JK Lower Dash Pocket

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This is just the lower dash pocket and fits 2011-2018 Jeep Wrangler 2-Door and 4-Door models.

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JK Pockets™ are the first real door pockets for Jeep Wrangler JK's. Replace the door and dash netting in your Wrangler install JK Pockets™ for a useful and awesome looking replacement. Need a place for cell phones? This dash pocket is the perfect spot for two phones.

Run trail doors? Then order just this center pocket.

We designed our door pockets so they can be installed by anyone. No need to remove door panels. Simply cut out the netting and the pocket will pop right in with no tape or screws needed.

All JK Pockets™ are handmade in Southern California!


  • Aircraft grade plastic - extremely durable and scratch resistant
  • Quick and easy 5 minutes install per pocket
  • Tight pressure fit; no tape required
  • 45 degree forward-edge angle for excellent foot deflection
  • Optimized depth to not be obtrusive
  • Easy to clean with a wet cloth or your favorite interior detailer
  • Works with both automatic and manual transmissions


  • Lower Dash Pocket Only


Installation of JK Pockets requires permanent removal of the factory installed netting. Once the netting is removed it can only be replaced by purchasing new OEM parts and having them installed by a dealer. By purchasing and installing JK Pockets you release Slickrock Gear, LLC from all liability and responsibility of replacement of the factory installed parts.


13 Reviews

  • Highly recommended

    Posted by Bernhard on Feb 28th 2023

    This pocket looks good and is made of strong material. I just love it and intend to buy the door pockets next.

  • Awesome

    Posted by Kevin B on Nov 21st 2022

    Huge improvement over useless saggy sack.

  • Awesome with Caveat

    Posted by Chris on Jan 22nd 2022

    These are much better than the interior nets (which were sagging terribly on a new 2013 JK project). The caveat is that they were more difficult to install than I was expecting. On my JK after cutting out the net there was a small groove that the pockets needed to fit into. Based on the video I was expecting that front bottom trim piece to have nothing behind it. The difficult comes in that when you "squeeze the pocket to fit it, it deforms out of the very narrow space that it needs to go into. While the fronts went on pretty easy, I couldn't get the top rear tab to fit. I will try to upload pics to demonstrate. I thought about setting up the dremel to angle the top front tab to see if that would help feed it into the space. I opted to try every man's favorite tool first--the hammer (or in this case the rubber mallet). Starting from the rear I put the large tab in and worked in all sides until everything but the top front tab was in. I then used the mallet (harder than I was expecting) to pop the tab in. This allowed the rest of the edges to seat at the appropriate depth. Once it popped in (with no damage to the pocket or the trim) it fit perfectly which contributes to the factory looking fit. For the center dash pocket, the key for me was to get the bottom in the small groove and then feed the sides. I worked from drivers side to passenger as that gave me more leverage while sitting in the drivers seat. I tried the opposite first and it didn't work. No mallet needed for the front, but you have to make sure the bottom of the pocket is properly seated otherwise it is an exercise in futility. Again, no regrets and they look great, but (at least on my Jeep) it was not it took me about an hour to install all 5 pockets.

  • Dash Pocket

    Posted by Scott on Apr 11th 2021

    Easy install and functional pocket. Beats the heck out of the mesh nets and we can actually use this now especially with the doors off.

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