The market for Polaris RZR roofs is one of the most versatile on the UTV market. Ask any Polaris dealer what aftermarket options 90% of their vehicles leave the showroom with, they'll almost always say a roof and a windshield. While the dealership is always an option, they'll likely have a hard plastic roof and maybe a soft fabric roof to choose from. Unfortunately, most of these do not feature a built in light bar, overhead lighting, quick release installation knobs or clamps for quick removal, or the strength to stand on them that aluminum or steel roofs often do. For this reason, it's wise to see what is out there and consider what you will be using your RZR for before making a roof purchase that will hopefully be your last. And for those new model owners looking to buy a roof for their Polaris Razor S, never fear, the same roof that fits the 800 will fit the S model as well.