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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-15-2014, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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What covers your truck seats, if you have covers.

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Marathon , best i have found .

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superhides hard to get on but they are tough
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Just bought Cabelas Trail Gear covers for my Corolla and Jeep. Can't comment on longevity, but they are super comfy and seem to be very well built. At $25 ea, I figured they were worth a shot.
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Wet Okole makes a really good neoprene one that cleans up easy and is water proof. or if you want something a little more luxurious, Classio make makes a nice leather one.

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superhides hard to get on but they are tough
You got it.
Waterproof and Puncture proof.
Have mine on for 5 years now and still look good and holding up great.

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Marathon seat covers.I've had mine for 4 years and they still look like new.I believe they're made out of cordura.
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Since I'm so cheap I bought two of them last evening at Ollie's for $8.99 a piece they fit pretty darn tight too

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Just bought Cabelas Trail Gear covers for my Corolla and Jeep. Can't comment on longevity, but they are super comfy and seem to be very well built. At $25 ea, I figured they were worth a shot.
Have the Cabela's cheapo on my seats for 4 1/2 years now. Still look good, and not showing any wear spots yet.

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