Different Types of Camper Shells for Ford F150 (With Photos)

Updated on May 27, 2019
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Tom Zizzo, a journalist, has also spent many years selling truck and SUV accessories.

After posting pictures of Tacoma camper shells, I thought it might be useful to expand on that idea with other popular trucks. I put together a mix of pictures of tops of different brands and styles on Ford F150s of different years.

1. Tops on the F150: 2015 to Current Year

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A SnugTop Rebel top. Simple design, very popular on the West Coast.Another RebelSnugTop SuperSport on a RaptorA Leer 100XR model, which is Leer's version of a SnugTop Rebel, with a boxier shape.A 100XR with factory installed Thule rackThis is a Leer 100XQ; looks great on the F150.The totally frameless side glass does open, but only in the bottom rear corner, and not very much.This is a SnugTop Extra Vision. Notice the oversized side windows.This is a Leer 180XR. The 180 is a taller than cab high shell; the XR part of the model name refers to the frameless back glass. It does not use T-handles.This is the Leer 180. Notice that unlike the 180XR it doesn't use T-handles.The new SnugTop GB Sport, kind of a unique design.The Leer 100XQ SportNotice the unique spoiler on this new model.The SnugTop OutbackBy law, all new trucks must have a backup camera, so when the tailgate is removed for the Outback, it has this molded camera in the roof.
A SnugTop Rebel top. Simple design, very popular on the West Coast.
A SnugTop Rebel top. Simple design, very popular on the West Coast.
Another Rebel
Another Rebel
SnugTop SuperSport on a Raptor
SnugTop SuperSport on a Raptor
A Leer 100XR model, which is Leer's version of a SnugTop Rebel, with a boxier shape.
A Leer 100XR model, which is Leer's version of a SnugTop Rebel, with a boxier shape.
A 100XR with factory installed Thule rack
A 100XR with factory installed Thule rack
This is a Leer 100XQ; looks great on the F150.
This is a Leer 100XQ; looks great on the F150.
The totally frameless side glass does open, but only in the bottom rear corner, and not very much.
The totally frameless side glass does open, but only in the bottom rear corner, and not very much.
This is a SnugTop Extra Vision. Notice the oversized side windows.
This is a SnugTop Extra Vision. Notice the oversized side windows.
This is a Leer 180XR. The 180 is a taller than cab high shell; the XR part of the model name refers to the frameless back glass. It does not use T-handles.
This is a Leer 180XR. The 180 is a taller than cab high shell; the XR part of the model name refers to the frameless back glass. It does not use T-handles.
This is the Leer 180. Notice that unlike the 180XR it doesn't use T-handles.
This is the Leer 180. Notice that unlike the 180XR it doesn't use T-handles.
The new SnugTop GB Sport, kind of a unique design.
The new SnugTop GB Sport, kind of a unique design.
The Leer 100XQ Sport
The Leer 100XQ Sport
Notice the unique spoiler on this new model.
Notice the unique spoiler on this new model.
The SnugTop Outback
The SnugTop Outback
By law, all new trucks must have a backup camera, so when the tailgate is removed for the Outback, it has this molded camera in the roof.
By law, all new trucks must have a backup camera, so when the tailgate is removed for the Outback, it has this molded camera in the roof.

Tops on the F150: 2009 to 2014

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SnugTop RebelSnugTop SuperSportSnugTop SportHighlinerLeer 100XR. Notice that on the later model F150 this shell uses the older style hinges on the back glass.SnugTop Rebel
SnugTop Rebel
SnugTop Rebel
SnugTop SuperSport
SnugTop SuperSport
SnugTop SportHighliner
SnugTop SportHighliner
Leer 100XR. Notice that on the later model F150 this shell uses the older style hinges on the back glass.
Leer 100XR. Notice that on the later model F150 this shell uses the older style hinges on the back glass.
SnugTop Rebel
SnugTop Rebel

Tops on the F150: 2004 to 2008

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Leer 100R. Basic, but it looks good.Leer 100XRSnugTop Rebel, and yes, this truck may look strange because it's a very rare combination:  an extra-short bed on the supercab chassis, which was mostly only used on the Raptor .trucks
Leer 100R. Basic, but it looks good.
Leer 100R. Basic, but it looks good.
Leer 100XR
Leer 100XR
SnugTop Rebel, and yes, this truck may look strange because it's a very rare combination:  an extra-short bed on the supercab chassis, which was mostly only used on the Raptor .trucks
SnugTop Rebel, and yes, this truck may look strange because it's a very rare combination: an extra-short bed on the supercab chassis, which was mostly only used on the Raptor .trucks

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