Put a lid on the shoe bag in case it rains and some drain wholes .Second project:
This is another thing I implemented after first seeing these in one of the Land Rover magazines. They are available over here but I wasn't aware of them until they appeared in a Land Rover magazine - Land Rover magazines are more focused on overlanding/camping than the magazines here have been so I often see things in them I haven't seen in U.S. magazines.
Seeing that in the magazine inspired me to sew my own, I made two but only one is hanging from the edge of the tent in this photo:
At first I used "awning rope" to hang them. Awning rope is a rubber extrusion that has a bulb that slides into a channel and a flat edge that can be sewed.
There's a channel on the bottom edge of my RTT (and many other RTTs) which accepts the awning rope:
Later I made a changing room that hangs below the tent and to hang it I used awning rope to attach it to the tent base. Since that meant that the awning rope channel was no longer available to hang the shoe bags I changed the bag mounting to snaps. In these photos the tent is off the Jeep and standing against the wall of the garage but you can see how the snaps are implemented.
In both photos above the black strip around the base of the tent is Velcro sewed to awning rope - my DIY changing room attaches to the Velcro.
I know this isn't specifically a Land Rover idea because these are generically for roof top tents and are available in the U.S., but I was inspired by the photo in the Land Rover magazine to make mine. Anyway I thought some might find the two methods for hanging the caddies useful so that's why I posted this.