Iron Cross truck step wins SEMA’s best new product award

Updated Nov 3, 2016


This is one for the ‘Why didn’t I think of that?’ file.

Most truck-side steps usually run the entire length of the cab.

Iron Cross opted to break the mold and create two, separate steps instead. SEMA thought it was a good idea and awarded the Oklahoma company with the Best New Off-Road/4-wheel-drive Product award this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

“It’s an aggressive design unique to the market place,” said Tony Harper, head of sales and operations at Iron Cross.

Made of 14-guage powder-coated steel in a matte finish, the Iron Cross Step will be available Jan. 1 for pickups and Jeeps. The steps feature an angled design which complements the design of the company’s popular bumpers.

Look for it soon on the company’s website. Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Iron Cross has been in the aftermarket parts business for 30 years.