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post #16 of 29 Old 04-20-2013, 12:33 PM
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I also had trouble deciding. Seems that Trek Armor get awesome reviews all around. I ended up going with the CoverKings simply because of the price point. Quadratec was offering the rear cover free with purchase o the fronts. Free shipping as always if you call an let them know you're a forum member. I have to say that the fit and quality are excellent IMO! Had them on for about a year now and they look good as new!
I was going to get Trek Armors for my 2013 JKUR, but they are not compatible with Side Air Bag Seats. Wet Okole does make Side Air Bag compatible seat covers.


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i have used coverking, rugged ridge, and smittybuilt neoprene and they all faded within 6 months. the smittybuilt fell apart at the seems. i now have the IGGEES and so far....holding my breath, they have been great

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Glancing at the replies, are all of the ones listed the most (Coverking, Trek Armor, Wet Okole) a tight fit? I've never had seat covers for any of my vehicles, but it seems every car I've gotten into with seat covers has loose, poor fitting ones that slide around, etc. I don't mind spending a few hundred dollars if it's a tight, OEM-ish feel. Thoughts?

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Trek Armour have a great fit. top quality. 3yr no fade warranty as well. I love them.
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post #20 of 29 Old 04-22-2013, 03:55 PM
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I have Trek Armor and really like them. The quality and fit is fantastic. Iíll get back to you in a few years on the durability.




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Glancing at the replies, are all of the ones listed the most (Coverking, Trek Armor, Wet Okole) a tight fit? I've never had seat covers for any of my vehicles, but it seems every car I've gotten into with seat covers has loose, poor fitting ones that slide around, etc. I don't mind spending a few hundred dollars if it's a tight, OEM-ish feel. Thoughts?
The CoverKings are a very snug fit. I even had a little trouble getting the rear cover on. Look almost factory IMO

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[QUOTE=bradg33;15332052]Glancing at the replies, are all of the ones listed the most (Coverking, Trek Armor, Wet Okole) a tight fit? I've never had seat covers for any of my vehicles, but it seems every car I've gotten into with seat covers has loose, poor fitting ones that slide around, etc. I don't mind spending a few hundred dollars if it's a tight, OEM-ish feel. Thoughts?[/QUOTE]

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i just installed my trek armor seat covers saturday. I wish i would have bought them sooner.
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Smittybilt GEAR. Love em. Bad fit but they look so cool!!!!

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post #25 of 29 Old 04-23-2013, 09:17 AM
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Smittybilt GEAR. Love em. Bad fit but they look so cool!!!!
i eyeballed these hard for a while because of the storage . i think the fit is bad because ethey are universal,i've heard.
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post #26 of 29 Old 04-23-2013, 09:27 AM
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I have neoprene with a Great Dane and Austrailian Shepard. The Shepard hair comes out kinda easy but the fine Dane hair gets stuck sometimes. Overall I do not like the neoprene though anyway. It does protect my seat since my top is off alot and in FL I have walked out from a store to see a suprise thunderstorm. The neoprene is hot as hell and when it does get wet it takes a long time to dry out.
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post #27 of 29 Old 04-23-2013, 09:40 AM
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I had GEAR covers in my TJ. Terrible seat covers, terrible fit, faded in record time. Fortunately I have never concidered them seat covers. I thought of them as a storage solution, for which they were great.

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post #28 of 29 Old 04-23-2013, 11:18 AM
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That's the key with GEAR. They don't cover crap per say but the storage is great. Also renders back seats useless if you actually fill them. Unless they wanna sit with legs open. And in that case put the chicks in the back!

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post #29 of 29 Old 04-23-2013, 07:41 PM
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Aev makes great cordura seat covers. I really like mine. They have pictures on their website
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