Resurrecting this thread to post pictures of my new Marathon SuperHide seat covers in Mossy Oak Breakup camo pattern.
These are 500 Denier Cordura and they seem very tough so far. The texture is a little rough, so if you're going to be riding in shorts a lot they won't feel as soft as cotton.
The fit is just about perfect and they go on easily. There are plenty of big Velcro straps to hold them in place, although the directions for this set seem to be slightly generic, referring to a couple of elastic strings that weren't on my covers.
I ordered the map pockets on the backs of the front seats, and the day after I placed my order I got a call from the Marathon factory asking if I would also like to add a "pistol pocket" to the front seat covers. That option wasn't available on the web site when I ordered, but I happily added a pocket to the driver's seat. The map pockets have a stiffener built into the top edge to keep it from drooping under the weight of the pockets contents (and I've never seen elastic that retains its stretchiness in the heat of a car for more than a year, so this is a good idea).
Marathon makes all their covers to order, so there is a bit of a wait while they are made (mine took about seven weeks), but they fit like a glove and look great. I paid $414 for the front seats and the back seat, with two map pockets and one pistol pocket. That's about three hundred less than what I would have paid for a set of Wet Okole covers.
The only fault I could find was the rear setback cover doesn't have cutouts for the elastic bands that hold the seat belt buckles up when you fold the rear seat, so you have to pull the buckles out of the bands to get the cover to fit smoothly and every time you fold the seat bottom back into place you'll have to hold up the buckles with one hand while folding the seat with the other. Not a huge pain in the ***, but they could add a large button hole to allow those bands to go through and grab the buckles. Or you could just force the cover around the buckles, but it wouldn't look as nice after the finished installation.
One last thing: These are made in America and they are proud to show it. There is a big tag on the back of the driver's seat and the back of the rear seat back that says, "Made in USA." Love that.
The covers match the headliner and armrest cover I made.
Visor covers, too.
It pained me to punch through the new cover to re-install my fire extinguisher after the seat cover installation.