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Seat Covers?

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Wondering what everyone is using to protect the front Suede seats, eg. after working out or beach day...etc
 

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Beach towel! Just keep one in the trunk and if I'm sweaty, I throw it over my back like a cape, then get in the car. LOL.
 

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I played Volleyball the other day and forgot to bring a towel. Just vacuumed it up after I got home.
 

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Wondering what everyone is using to protect the front Suede seats, eg. after working out or beach day...etc
I picked up some Coverado seat covers, they make very nice high-quality covers for specific makes and models.

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I bought a pair of ‘Shapers’ branded neoprene seat covers for my partner and I to use after the gym and beach, etc. they’re waterproof and antibacterial qualities are what sold me. They’re a surf company and the seat covers feel like a wetsuit. The fit isn’t snug but they get the job done and they were reasonably priced.
 
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fsfishnchips

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I picked up some Coverado seat covers, they make very nice high-quality covers for specific makes and models.

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wow that looks very nice, is it meant as a more long term seat cover ? I assume you need to remove the headrest to remove the seat cover.
 

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wow that looks very nice, is it meant as a more long term seat cover ? I assume you need to remove the headrest to remove the seat cover.
Well you don't have to remove the headrest but you can, the seat cover has 4 snaps at the top you can open to allow it to fit or you can remove it then replace it, yes they are permanent seat covers, they slip over like a shirt, no straps or visible seams, the bottoms are also great, but a little tougher to secure, but they do cover 100% of the seat, I like them very much.
They did come with head rest covers as well, but the Type S has nice ones, so I didn't use the seat cover ones.
 
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