MOLLE Tactical Vehicle Visor Panel
Designed for daily multipurpose storage, this visor panel features clear pockets for easy access to any IDs, cards, or parking permits, as well as a large hidden pocket for more personal documents. It features MOLLE for easy attachment of the gear you need most, such as an emergency flashlight.
- 3 Row MOLLE Panel System
- 3 Clear Pockets
- 2 Pen Holders
- Large Hidden Pocket
- Large Loop Field for Patches
- Extender Straps for Larger Visors
There's no better way to remain fully equipped while on the go than with our MOLLE Vehicle Visor Panel Organizer!
Personalize it with your favorite patches using the large loop field. Sturdy and dependable, this visor panel organizer remains in place. Have a larger vehicle with larger sun visors? We've got you covered with additional extender straps for the perfect fit.
Looking to take your vehicle's storage options to the next level? Well, we've got MOLLE Seat Back Panel Organizers to match!
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Fits good on F-150 visor. Stays tight and in place. Straps run a lil long when pulled snug. No big deal to me. Product and service was great.
This thing kicks total ass holds everything I need
I like a place for registration and insurance card without digging in the glove compartment or console.
Wasn’t sure what to expect but when it arrived, it was exactly what I wanted and have been looking for. Sits flat on the visor, tightly held in place, & plenty of room to add things. Will be buying another one in the future.
Tired of getting shot by the police? Well, this visor has a nice place for Insurance and Registration cards so you don't have to reach onto the glove compartment or center console storage areas.
Also has a velcro panel for anything with velcro you want to stick on it, because that's a thing we all need.
The MOLLE straps are fairly pointless, but damn if it isn't tacticool.
But the main pocket is nice. Large enough for a notepad, and it even has two space age elastic pen holders.
No sleeves for CDs like the visor panels of old, but who the hell listens to CDs anymore?
Anyway, it's definitely a thing you could spend your money on.