Their called Bimini's, and their good up to about 70 MPH And then they blow off And then depending on your alcohol level You either go back and get them or you don't give a crap. I have lost more than oneI would love to see a variety of soft tops that are held by bungees for regular driving,
it could be done rather easily, and may have a speed limit as to how fast it is feasible possible to go with the soft top on.
I agree I've got several designs inI like the idea is to try and develop something for shade, not keep the rain off you.
I've talked to a buddy of mine that does Biminis, and sent him some pictures. He thinks the best option at this point, Is to develop something that would mount off of the roll cage And work as a sunscreen.
It won't be pretty but it will be something you can fold up and expand as needed. If you've ever been on a boat for 6 to 8 hours in the Texas sun, Shade becomes pretty important.
Polaris has made it very clear that they will not go in this direction. But aftermarket opportunities will be abundant.Oh, I completely agree.
I am just giving the engineers at Polaris something to ponder. There seem to be 5 attachment points for the windscreen(s) so maybe incorporating them along with a structured windscreen/top combo is doable?
Just spitballing here.