Introducing The YotaVerse MOLLE Seat Back Cover – Add Storage & Organization To Your 4Runner

Organize Random EDC Gear and Off-Road Essentials with the YotaVerse MOLLE Seat Back Cover

YotaVerse is one of the most reputable companies out there when it comes to Toyota-specific mods for your vehicle.

If you haven’t heard of them, you should definitely check them out! They offer a wide variety of modifications for your Toyota ranging from in-house products like this MOLLE seatback cover to one-off wheel companies, armor, and “TOYOTA” pro grilles. I have their pro-style grille and have been pretty satisfied with it. Yotaverse carries products that are quality-made, and they stand by them.

Without anymore, let’s jump into this gear storage solution they offer for the backside of your seat (driver or passenger).

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What Are MOLLE SeatBack Covers?

YotaVerse Seatback MOLLE Panel

First of all, what is s MOLLE seat back cover?

The seatback cover is essentially a MOLLE grid panel with webbing that allows you to strap gear, store gear, and attach accessories. YotaVerse’s seatback cover gives you more storage and organization options for your cabin space, simple as that.

Yotaverse states that this is “designed to store all of your essentials in a secure and easy to access panel while upgrading your vehicle’s storage capacity.” I couldn’t have said it better myself!

It attaches to the back of your 4Runner’s front seat (driver or passenger) and is secured by clipping a few buckles. This makes it easy to remove or swap seats as well. I attached it to my passenger seat for easy access to its contents. I also love the fact that it has three pouches to store additional items in, and has so much space for additional items on the integrated webbing. It also comes with a lifetime warranty; which is pretty awesome, given that it’s just a seatback cover.

The materials used aren’t specified on Yotaverse’s website, however, they feel plenty durable for what they’ll be used for. The MOLLE webbing and its stitching seem like they will hold up to anything you would want to mount to it (within reason).

Any of your everyday items can be stored in/on this panel. You can use it to store items for your dog, baby, camping trip, etc. Alternatively, you can use it for your everyday carry (EDC) items, such as knives, hatchets, flashlights, medkits, recovery gear, and so much more. As I said, this thing is super versatile. One of the most popular attachments I’ve seen has been MOLLE panel survival or medical kits.

Installation Overview

I think it took me longer to take photos of the installation than it did to actually strap the seatback cover on.

Step 1. Attach Straps

YotaVerse Seatback MOLLE Panel Install Straps

There are two straps with clips at the end; one at the top and another at the bottom. The top strap goes around the headrest legs.

YotaVerse Seatback MOLLE Panel Install Straps 2

The bottom strap goes around the bottom part of the seat itself. After securing the clips, tighten the straps to your liking.

Step 2. Tuck In Straps

YotaVerse Seatback MOLLE Panel Tuck Straps

Tuck the straps into the seat crevice a bit so it does not interfere with someone sitting in the passenger seat.

Final Thoughts

There’s nothing to it when it comes to “installing” this seatback cover, it’s that simple!

The most difficult part in my opinion of installing these seatback covers is deciding what you want to attach to them. It’s definitely a great addition to the cabin, and I absolutely love how functional it is! Not only did I add some seatback protection from dirty shoes, but added a ton of organization.

The possibilities here are almost endless. You can mount basically anything that can be attached via MOLLE straps, Velcro, or clips. Also, because it installs via straps, you could move it to different vehicles as well. If you wanted to, you could even strap this thing to something other than a seatback. However, when used as intended, this thing is absolutely phenomenal.

Do yourself a favor and grab one… for the price – you won’t be disappointed.

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