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Old 02-01-2015, 09:19 PM
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Seat Covers

I am looking into getting seat covers for my 2015 Jk and was wondering if anyone had any experience with the Coverking covers. If anyone has any recommendations in that price range, let me know.

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Depends on what you want. If you are looking for something waterproof then coverking has some that will do but they will not have a proper fit.
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If you are looking for a good fit then you may want to use wetokole, they can fit things a bit better but I think they are still making the 2015 covers.
Jeep Wrangler Full Piping Seat Covers - 2007+ - Wet Okole Hawaii

If you want just a cheap cover to keep the mud off while the doors are off then a towel will do. I got mine from extreme terrain: Seat Armour Towel 2 Go - Red for my 2015JK

Hope this helps!

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Old 02-01-2015, 09:53 PM   #3
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Trek armor, or their sister company bartact. Same quality, but bartacts molle spacing is mil spec.
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I am looking into getting seat covers for my 2015 Jk and was wondering if anyone had any experience with the Coverking covers. If anyone has any recommendations in that price range, let me know.
A lot of our customers are happy with the fit and finish of the Coverking Seat Covers. We also have a few other choices that come in different colors and materials.

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Old 02-02-2015, 06:42 PM   #5
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i have a set of the cover king seat covers. They do warn about fading but even going in knowing they will fade they really faded a lot in just 1 summer . there was some top/door off driving but mostly doors on and top off for a couple hours at a time. There was a defect in one of the front covers that caused the layers of the wet suit material to separate. I had absolutely no problem getting a replacement through Quadratec but the fade was very apparent when the cover was replaced.
I do not know if I would get them again or not. Other than fading quickly they are comfortable and look great. I have had lost of compliments on them and dirt and mud come off well with wet suit shampoo.
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Old 02-02-2015, 09:48 PM   #6
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I bought coverking for my car 2years ago. Don't do it unless you want to wastes your money. I bought bartact for my jeep and could tell it's much better quality
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Go with the Trek Armor...you won't be disappointed!
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Between my two Rams and my Rubicon I've had four sets of Wet Okole over the past 11 years. They are VERY good and I'll buy them again if they ever wear out.

Water proof, lots of color options, excellent fit. Optional pockets here and there for stashing stuff. And a handy seat front optional pocket for carrying.

I pulled a set off after about six years and the seats looked factory new.
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I have to agree with the guys that say Trek Armor. Have had mine on for a couple of years now and am very impressed with the quality of the material and the fit. Really a sound investment in my opinion.
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I read somewhere that the 2015 rear headrests are smaller than the 2014. Which seat covers have the best protection and fitment for a 2015 JKU?
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I have black Iggy seat covers, front and back, had for two years now. One of the best purchases I've made for my jeep. Easy clean. Fits good. Around 400 dollars.

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