Take on the Elements
What stops you from taking your Midsize 570 out for a ride? Rain? Cold? Snow? Dust? We know you don’t like to miss out on rides so we made it easy to be prepared for whatever nature throws your way. Install SuperATV’s Soft Cab Enclosure Doors on your Polaris Ranger Midsize 570 and face the elements in comfort. The options are endless once you’ve got these doors installed—more on that later.
Strong for the Trail
Trail riding means taking hits and pushing through, so having a weak cab enclosure isn’t an option. Ours is built tough with heavy-duty, marine-grade material that’s waterproof and puncture, tear, and abrasion resistant. The high-strength polyester weave is mildew resistant and keeps the sun off your skin. That means you can still take your Ranger through the tough terrain it was built for and your cab enclosure will stay in one piece.
Ride Your Way
The doors use heavy-duty zippers to open and close and give you total airflow control. The zippers are tough enough to handle assault from dirt and debris and still function. The doors can be opened and buckled securely so they stay out of your way when you want that open cab feel.
Finish Your Cab
Finish your cab with our polycarbonate front windshields, soft rear panel, and a plastic roof. Our windshields are made with virtually indestructible polycarbonate and have a variety of tint and hard coating options. That means you can get the flip windshield, half windshield, or any other windshield to customize your cab to fit your ride style. Our plastic roof is made with 1/4” black plastic, formed and ridged for strength and style.
Add on our soft rear panel made with the same heavy-duty polyester weave and Aqua-View vinyl window that your doors have.
No matter what you go with, you can get the perfect cab enclosure for your machine and your needs. Ride year-round, ride your way, and never reschedule again. Our soft cab doors give you the freedom to ride no matter what.
- Polaris Ranger Midsize 570 : 2015-2021
NOTE: Do not use in temperatures below negative 20 degrees Fahrenheit.