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Old 08-30-2010, 07:33 PM   #1
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Coverking seat covers...

Thinking about trying these out. Anyone have any pics or experience with them? what type of material would you recommend. I hunt, fish, snowboard ect... so I want something that will last and be comfortable, breathable at the same time. I am thinking tweed, saddle blanket, or supermesh. Thanks for your input!!!
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I have black neoprene CoverKings in my truck and I love them. They fit great. They are very comfortable. I've had them on all summer and didn't notice any discomfort on the hot days. I bought them because I do a lot of scuba diving and didn't want my seats to get exposed to a lot of salt water.
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I ordered a set from them once and they fit like shit. The headrest covers were baggy and the seat part of the covers were too tight and a real bitch to get on. I eventually ended up sending them back and getting my money back. That was a few years ago. Maybe they've started making a better product since then. I can't remember which material I ordered. I want to say it was the ballistic, but I'm not sure.
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