Truck seat covers

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  1. kennyg

    kennyg Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Not hunting related but looking for good camo seat covers for my truck. Any recommendations?


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    Not camo, but Wet okole makes a good seat covers. Held up to hundreds of days of wet waders without a hitch.
     
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    kennyg Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Don't have the camo ones but really like my Cabelas seat covers.

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    WillO Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I have the realtree ones. Got them off amazon about $60 for the pair. One year and 25000 miles and still holding up and looking good.
     
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    How much HP does camo covers add? I'm not completely dumb....i know it's 15 for each sticker but I can't find the chart for covers
     
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    WillO Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Brand dependent but usually in region of 10-12hp
     
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    Disregard...found it
    Realtree is 11
    Mossy oak 12
    Oddly enough though NO FEAR seat covers are 23!!!
     
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    I bought durafit brand from amazon in 2016. Hunted in the morning, installed seat covers when i got home and hunted again that evening. Great fit, have held up great, and so easy to install. I recommend them highly. Single cab, but think i paid $120...


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    go with marathon seat covers and you will never look back, got mine in 2014 for my new f150 and they have been nothing but great, just my opinion...russ
     
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    I just ordered a set of Marathon seat covers for my 2008 Nissan Xterra. They are pricey but by the reviews I've read, they last 5 - 9 years on the average. Got mine in Realtree Edge. They are water proof and machine washable. They are a pain to install as they are custom made for each vehicle, so are very form fitting and tight! It takes about 4 weeks to get them. Mine ran $482.00 for front and back 60/40 split seat.
     
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    Yeah. $550 for my extended cab. Ouch.
    But beats having the dealer re -cover them. I was quoted $800 to re-cover my rear seat. Luckily for me dealer#2 got it covered under warranty.
     
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    blinginpse Weekend Warrior

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    I got marathons in carhart material in my ram 3500. Love them. Worth the 550$ imo
     
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    I like Hatchie Bottom. They make some neoprene ones that are water proof and you can just pull them and rinse them off.
     
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    I’ve had Headwaters in all my trucks. I’ve always had a super crew and they have ran me about $650 with my extra bells and whistles such as bow scabbards, gun scabbards, driver secret pocket etc. Paul is an awesome guy and puts out a great product that’s worth every penny! Handmade in Montana! Check them out! https://www.headwatersseatcovers.com/store/comersus_index.asp


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    I second the Headwaters seat covers! I have them in my crew cab Chevy and they are awesome! What makes it better is how you can customize them too.
     
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    My son in law and daughter got my Marathon seat covers put on my SUV Saturday, 8/18. They fit very tightly so a lot of tugging, pulling, and smoothing them out. They are also made with heavy duty cloth, should last a very long time. Pricey but well worth it IMO. Mine were in Realtree AP and I found a steering wheel cover at Cabelas in Realtree AP camo also!!
     

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