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post #1 of 18 Old 04-25-2019, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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Coverking seat covers?

Anyone else with these? Less than impressed with the fit.

It seems like they didn't account for the arm rest.
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... ugh ! They will do a fine job of protection, but for appearance a towel would suit me better lol - I wonder how they perform in a 'sweaty' situation / also, fabric 'cool' or 'hot' ... hmmm ~ S

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Yeah, I agree. Not sure on that...a few rain drops hit it and it was absorbed. The fabric is supposed to be 1000d cordura.

The other mainstream option is Covercraft. These came in almost 100 cheaper though.
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... what's your reasoning for the covers? Do you Really need them?

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... what's your reasoning for the covers? Do you Really need them?
Figured I will be using the seats after long muddy bike rides with no shower in sight. Eating food and full meals with the seats swiveled. Wine spills. Etc.

Basically, using a car seat in ways I've never used them before.

Easier to clean a seat cover than a seat.
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... ok, there are likely more aesthetic ones out there, but these look tough enuf to do the job!
Need to have the armrest opening and also allowance for the airbags in the side of the seat backrest...

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... ok, there are likely more aesthetic ones out there, but these look tough enuf to do the job!
Need to have the armrest opening and also allowance for the airbags in the side of the seat backrest...
I'm not one for fine aesthetics but the fit does bother me 😛

It does have the cut out for the bag.
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I have these for my Subaru. It seems like they fit better than that when I first put them on. My guess is they'll lay down a little better once you sit on them for a while. They hold up well but they don't shed water and spills. I bought mine September 2015.

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OH man those fit really bad
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OH man those fit really bad
Yeah.... I'm guessing if the armrest didn't hold the fabric up I could do a better job tucking.

What is odd is I selected covers with driver and pax arm rest. So I expected the covers to be identical in that case. But they are not.
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