Built tough by Overland
With the summer season beating down upon us, its time to load up and explore Mother Nature with Western Europe and Asia’s biggest off-road equipment, Overland. Overland’s Atlas Series roof racks are engineered by people who are active 4-wheelers who know first-hand the requirements on how to protect your off-road rig.
With its vast experience and knowledge of taking on the rugged terrain, Overland makes it their business to protect your SUV from the harsh elements of Mother Nature, while maximizing your vehicle’s load. The Atlas top load system can be utilized to store equipment and luggage and it aggressively transforms your vehicle’s rear bed.
Tested in the harsh jungles of Malaysia and Thailand, the roof racks are tested to withstand the elements like acid rain and extreme heat. You won’t find a more thoroughly designed and manufactured vehicle protection and luggage carrier system than Overland’s line of front, rear, side bumper protection and now the Atlas Series Roll Bar system. Designed to look good and to be functional, the Atlas Series is made of high quality iron, high strength and lightweight material and is available in black or glossy gray color. The Atlas Series also has limited edition version of which only 200 pieces will be made available worldwide. Overland bumper systems and roof racks are aftermarket equipment designed for SUV’s and trucks manufactured by Toyota, Mitsubishi, Chevrolet, Ford and Isuzu.
Protect and enhance the capacity of your SUV with Overland. It is available at Autobuff, Banawe Q.C.; WERNZ Off-road Shop; Goldcars Banawe and in dealers nationwide.
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