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04-20-2011 02:47 PM
InfernoGirl
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Originally Posted by Musicfan
I've been doing a lot of searching on the posts here and I think I'm more confused than when I started. Looking for water proof seat covers for my 2007 Wrangler, 4-door (front and back).
I was all set to go with some brand of Neoprene, then saw many posts that it fades and starts smelling after trapping water. Vinyl seems superior, as far as water proofed, but I think the vinyl would be very hot in the summer with the top down. As far as I can tell, those are the only 2 options for water proof covers.
BTW, I see a lot of recommendations towards InfernoGirls custom made ones. I contacted her and unfortunately, she doesn't offer them for my model Jeep, yet.
Also, Bestop seems to be a favorite for some, but I don't see that they are available for the '07 model.
Any suggestions, past experiences would be appreciated. Thanks!!!
BTW, in looking at countless websites, I came across this today. If anyone is looking for front/rear, spice colored covers for an '07 Wrangler, this seems like a good deal.
SeatGlovers.com
SeatGlovers are neoprene as well I'm pretty sure.... Yes, there are drawbacks to both vinyl and neoprene. Bestop doesn't make jk covers in part due to liability over side air bags I believe.

When o get mine ready..... They will not be waterproof either, due to fitment issues and ease of installation. Like so many things in life, sometimes there's just no good way to get everything you want....
04-20-2011 01:54 PM
Musicfan
Seat covers (yes, again...sorry)

I've been doing a lot of searching on the posts here and I think I'm more confused than when I started. Looking for water proof seat covers for my 2007 Wrangler, 4-door (front and back).
I was all set to go with some brand of Neoprene, then saw many posts that it fades and starts smelling after trapping water. Vinyl seems superior, as far as water proofed, but I think the vinyl would be very hot in the summer with the top down. As far as I can tell, those are the only 2 options for water proof covers.
BTW, I see a lot of recommendations towards InfernoGirls custom made ones. I contacted her and unfortunately, she doesn't offer them for my model Jeep, yet.
Also, Bestop seems to be a favorite for some, but I don't see that they are available for the '07 model.
Any suggestions, past experiences would be appreciated. Thanks!!!
BTW, in looking at countless websites, I came across this today. If anyone is looking for front/rear, spice colored covers for an '07 Wrangler, this seems like a good deal.
SeatGlovers.com

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