don't bother with neoprene...it gets nasty. W.O. do seem to be the best neoprene seats, but there are much better options out there. IMO
If you like leather (or synthetic leather) look at my Jeep profile, those are Iggee's - you can get them in any number of configurations. buy them from the manufacturer on ebay, and look at the wording in the auction, many times you can get the rear seat cover for free.
If you like cloth then look at the post above mine. InfernoGirl makes seat covers, and has many a happy customer. (click the "dirty mudder seat covers" link).
black seats in a tan interior look pretty good IMO. I did that in a previous car....(mazda miata fwiw). the seats added some contrast.
Or throw in some new seats! For less than covers cost, I got some cloth seats out of a 99. $100 for all 3 in perfect shape. CL rules!
If I was in the US, I'd tear out the carpeting and put some bed liner in it along with new seats all around.
Unfortunately that costs about $2000 US over here. Oh, the things I miss.
The reason I'm thinking about seat covers is I have family coming over to visit in 3 weeks, and can stow some stuff in their suitcases. Already have front / back bumper caps (to replace the milk jugs), new billeted fuel door to match the new black fender flares.
Looking for more to buy! Must shop at reasonable prices!
Not to worry, that pic is fine. Just wanted to see for sure what you have. I know we'd discussed seatcovers, but I don't think at this time that mine will be what you need. Thanks for thinking of me tho...
X2 on the advice to avoid any neoprene seat covers. Neoprene is not waterproof as their ads imply and many believe. Water can soak into neoprene where it will take days to dry out, forcing you to sit on a towel. Wet Okole's brand-name should give ample warning for that problem as "Wet Okole" translates from Hawaiian to mean literally "Wet Butt".
Not to mention the colored nylon that covers the neoprene fades rapidly and unevenly. Black nylon turns purple, red turns pink, etc.
The very last seat cover material I would ever install is neoprene.
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