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post #41 of 62 (permalink) Old 01-24-2017, 11:32 AM
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I got the Coverking cordura nylon ballistic seats and I like them a lot. If you use the supplied gear bags on the molle straps on the back of the seat, they will interfere with larger passengers... just a heads up.
Any pictures? Did you do the rears also or just the front?
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Any update on the Marathon covers? Pictures (especially of the rear seats for me) would be really helpful as I decide between the OEM Chevy ones and the Marathons. Thanks
I just called Marathon yesterday as I need a set of Cordura for my new work truck and from research I think they are likely the best ones out there. I was told 11 weeks from order. Unfortunately, too long of a wait for me - Seats would get too beat during the wait.
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Any pictures? Did you do the rears also or just the front?
Just the fronts, for now... I keep putting off ordering the rears, just because other matters come first.... soon, though. Got a cheap cover on the rear bench for now.








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Are those covers pulled tight??? They look very baggy on the seat anb back.
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So are you guys doing covers just to protect the seats due to working conditions/dirty clothes? Anyone considered covers on a leather SLT seat (Canyon) for summer months due to temp/humidity? I just got my Canyon and it's my first experience w/ leather seats on a truck. I've found them much colder in the winter, but that can be alleviated w/ the seat heaters. Not sure what summer is gonna bring here in NC where it's hot and humid. If they are too much of a hassle, I was thinking I could put a cover on the driver's seat to manage things. But then again, remote start to cool things down in advance should also help!

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Are those covers pulled tight??? They look very baggy on the seat anb back.
They do have a little slack in them, perhaps I didn't adjust the straps tightly enough on install.... but they don't have enough slack in them to "walk" around on the seats. The slack is most evident in the headrest. According to Coverking, they are made to order.

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Not sure what summer is gonna bring here in NC where it's hot and humid. Thoughts?
Your imagination is correct about leather seats in the heat. Imagine that again with a sunburn.

I wanted seat covers to protect the seats. I'm a smoker (presently trying to quit) and I burned holes in my old Corolla seats. It eventually just happens. I was trying to prevent that in my truck. That and normal wear and tear resistance.

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Are those covers pulled tight??? They look very baggy on the seat anb back.
I got the same ones, IIRC, on PAR's advice. I was looking for covers that repelled dog hair well.
They were actually very easy to put on(I only bought the fronts), but yes, they don't fit uber tight.
They definitely aren't to be confused with covers you R&R your stock ones with, but they are comfortable to sit on, don't move around, and do a very good job of repelling dirt, mud, dog hair..you name it
For what they cost and the job they do, I'd further PAR's recommendation without hesitation.
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I got the same ones, IIRC, on PAR's advice. I was looking for covers that repelled dog hair well.
They were actually very easy to put on(I only bought the fronts), but yes, they don't fit uber tight.
They definitely aren't to be confused with covers you R&R your stock ones with, but they are comfortable to sit on, don't move around, and do a very good job of repelling dirt, mud, dog hair..you name it
For what they cost and the job they do, I'd further PAR's recommendation without hesitation.
Agreed. They don't fit like yoga pants on Melissa McCarthy, but for function, they're great. I'd buy them again, and will be buying the matching 60/40 split rears soon.

My only warning on these is regarding the molle gear bags. The larger ones will interfere with rear passengers' knees.

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CalTrend NeoSupreme seat covers. Fit very snug.



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CalTrend NeoSupreme seat covers. Fit very snug.
I have these (even in the red and black) and absolutely love them. Simple to install and fit like they're from the factory. The only minor complaint I have is how the rear headrests covers are slotted to allow the headrest to fold down. The stitching and fit there is a little tacky looking. Just think they could have designed that part better.
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anybody else got pics? I'm currently shopping too. trying to decide what i like best.
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Might as well jump in.

I am looking for front and rear seat covers for my 16 Colorado - preferably in black.

Anyone have suggestions or pics? I am looking at some on RealTruck.com but I would love some help.

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Jumping in here. For those that have covers installed, how do they work with the heated seats? Also, would they dry out the leather?

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i got these for my extended cab, work and fit really nice................

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I went with the Carhartt covers in Gravel. Have a 2016 z71. Color looks great. Fix is perfect, washable, pricey only negative. Bought from Real Truck.


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I just ordered a set of CalTrend Neo Supreme seat covers for my 2016 Canyon. When I get them installed I will post some pictures. I ordered through Auto anything. They are 20% right now. Total came to 360 ish with free shipping. I was considering the Wetokole, but the price was in the 700 range!!
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I installed these over the weekend, Coverking/Skanda A-Tacs LE color. I need to tighten them up a bit, but not too bad.
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Here's my Carhartt ones. Pretty happy with them
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I have some oem front gray covers id sell for 50$ plus shipping cost
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