$1050! Just got them tonight and I am very impressed with the quality and comfort
wow that's a lot of $$. Kudos to you though they look sharp. My jeep needs a lot of things more than seat covers that cost over $1K. One day though when I got my wish list smaller I will look into these.
I put Katkin on my Avalanche seating and the fitment was very tight, like brand new. Your leather looks like it may be a bit loose, so you may want to make sure you have them all on correctly and properly secured.
My seats were in terrible shape in the Wrangler, so I just got Corbeau seats. My TJ is a 97, so the seats were ready to go, and the Corbeaus REALLY hold you in there offroad really well. And I got a great price on them.
Did that price include heated seats? The local guy by me quoted $1345 out the door for heated. He did tell me that he puts the switches up by the rest of switches like they do in the factory. Said they'd be $900 without heaters.
I've heard that leather isn't optimal for wheeling in that you slide around on it more than cloth... cloth holds you in place better. I can imagine this being the case but don't know from experience. Anybody know about it??
[QUOTE="Rhouphos;9673610"]I've heard that leather isn't optimal for wheeling in that you slide around on it more than cloth... cloth holds you in place better. I can imagine this being the case but don't know from experience. Anybody know about it??[/QUOTE
Yeah I rented a wrangler in Hawaii that had leather seats. We slid around a little just on some of the winding roads on Kauai, I'm sure it would be much more slippery doing some heavier off roading. I'd just throw some towels down. Unless Trek Armor decides to release covers that fit seats with air bags, I'm leaning towards some black and red katzkins. I think red looks bad ass in the anvil Jeeps.