Last Updated: 3/27/15
Wet Okole Seat Covers made by Wet Okole

Reviews Seat Covers Reviews & Discussions:

"I hate craigs list. I put some stuff up there and a guy says I will give you 50 for the wet okole covers. Some of them I don't even answer"

Posted on 03-27-2015, 07:09 AM

"Almost new 5100's 2nd gen, in Vermont for 150.00 TRD Wet Okoles for 180.00"

Posted on 03-26-2015, 12:19 PM

"pretty sure they fit 2005 on, but i would call to confirm with wet okole No sense in cleaning my mats till spring, and the ways its looking it could be another month :)"

Posted on 03-24-2015, 03:29 AM

"4cyl auto 4x4, kumho mts 265/75/16 on steelies all stock 6k miles pushing 7k, first service performed going to sell it all stock but if buyer is interested ill throw in the following fxr retrofit, wet okoles, pelfrey rear bumper, srq flush mounts, morimoto"

Posted on 03-23-2015, 03:20 AM

"Definitely recommend Wet Okole seat covers. You just missed the spring group buy but there should be another in Sep/Oct if you can wait. Typical discount is 20% so it's worth the wait."

Posted on 03-21-2015, 08:51 PM

"for my rear row (claim to be whatever grade ballistic nylon cordura). The "ballistic nylon" they are made of is way too slick. The CalTrend NeoSupreme was definitely less waterproof than the Wet Okoles but still pretty good. I really liked the sleaker appe"

Posted on 03-20-2015, 11:48 AM

"Leather looks good but thick neoprene is so much more comfortable IMO. It breathes a lot better on longer trips and you don't wind up sticking to it in hot weather. I am happy with my Wet Okoles but if I wasn't planning on keeping my truck for 10+ years I "

Posted on 03-19-2015, 07:45 PM

"Got some Wet Okoles installed. Took off the CalTrends I have had for about a month or two now. Liked the Caltrends alot. If there was a hybrid between the two we'd have a perfect seat cover. The airbag covers on the..."

Posted on 03-18-2015, 01:18 PM

"Guess OP isn't in a hurry to sale these. I've sent two messages asking for pay pal address with NO response. Not interested anymore wet okole it is!"

Posted on 03-17-2015, 07:16 PM

"If you can afford it, I'd personally go the Wet Okole route. Once you stain or mark up the stock seats,...its a B to get them clean. Trust me."

Posted on 03-17-2015, 10:17 AM