Flex OPS™ Package

The Ultimate Seat Back Organization & Storage Solution

Flex Ops installed on car seat

Flex OPS™ Package – No Seat Cover Required

Our new Flex OPS™ package is a seat back organizer like no other. Because it is its own product, it can be used with or without seat covers and can be moved from vehicle to vehicle. We think it’s the best, most versatile tactical seat back organizer available for your car, truck, SUV, or UTV.

It’s designed for seats with adjustable headrests only. There are two ways of attaching it, to accommodate removable and non-removable headrests.

Flex OPS is only available in our black Dura EZ-Care fabric. Flex OPS set of 2

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Dynamic Duo

The Flex OPS™ Package is sold as a pair of units, one each for driver and passenger sides. Although they should be used together to take full advantage of their functionality, it is also possible to split them between seat rows or vehicles.

Long Item Transportation

Each unit has two scabbard-style pockets which open on both ends. This means if both Flex OPS units are used on the same seat row, long items can be placed through them horizontally across the width of the vehicle. This is ideal for long items like fishing rods, surveying equipment, tools, and firearms. These pockets are tall enough to accommodate most soft gun cases, allowing transport of a firearm in a case as required by some local and state laws.

Velcro flaps also allow these scabbard-style pockets to be closed on the sides and used as individual pockets instead.

Flex OPS holding crutches

Compound Bow in the Flex OPS

Wide Pocket & Top Strap for Versatility

Each unit of the Flex OPS has a wide, open-topped pocket on the bottom and an adjustable strap along the top. Although these parts were specifically designed to hold a compound bow, they also work for a variety of other items. Skateboards, small fishing nets, window squeegees, or other tall, flat items are easy to secure.

You can also use just the pocket alone. Slide in maps, reusable shopping bags, coloring books, tablets, or clipboards.

You can even use the top strap alone to hold up items that are sitting vertically on the vehicle floor, such as a guitar case, work light, or tripod. Or run the strap through items such as helmets or earmuffs, and allow them to hang behind the seat.

Crossbow in Flex OPS

Your Archery Transportation Solution

Flex OPS is the only product currently available that is capable of holding either a compound bow or a crossbow. The wide pocket and top strap described above hold a compound bow. Or, a special fold-out pouch rolls down from behind the top pocket to hold the butt of a crossbow, and the top strap secures the opposite end.

These parts of the Flex OPS are also a convenient way to transport your arrows, quiver, portable bow stand, and other equipment.

Additionally, recurve bows that are short enough to fit horizontally in your vehicle may also be transported using the “long item” method described above.

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MOLLE Webbing & Velcro Strip

Each unit of Flex OPS has three rows of MOLLE webbing with standard military spacing to accommodate the addition of aftermarket pockets and accessories. The loops also make a convenient place to attach carabiners and belt clips. Or slide in pens, sunglasses, or small flashlights.

Above the MOLLE webbing is a 2-inch strip of Velcro (loop side only) for attaching patches or other items using the hook side.

Flex OPS Pockets

Additional Pockets

The bottom of each Flex OPS unit has two 6” x 7” x 2” pockets with Velcro top flaps, to provide just a little bit more organization and storage. These pockets are great for holding miscellaneous items such as rope, gloves, ammo, snacks, wet wipes, or first aid and emergency supplies.

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This video shows off the Flex OPS™ Package, demonstrating some of the things it can do.


Click the button below to see a video with detailed instructions on installing the Flex OPS ™ Package and using it with compound bows, crossbows, and rifles or other long items:

Flex OPS™ Installation Guide


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