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I like Wet Okole neoprene but Cover craft and Cover King make nice reasonably price Neoprene seat covers as well, good luck...T
 

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I'm looking at seat covers for the rear and these are the brands that I found. Wet Okole, Marathon, CoverKind, CoverCraft or CalTrend

Who has the best fitting front seat covers that don't break the bank?
They are pricey though. Let us know what you find and what you choose.
 

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I just ordered covercraft endura from realtruck.com, I’ve had this brand and style before and they wear like iron. They fit really good
 

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I like Wet Okole neoprene but Cover craft and Cover King make nice reasonably price Neoprene seat covers as well, good luck...T
I had Wet Okole on F150 for 10 years and they were still in great shape. It's on my short list to purchase for my back seat. Plus I see they have a vet/first responder discount: https://www.wetokole.com/discounts.html

Edited to add discount link for veterans and first responders
 
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I just ordered covercraft endura from realtruck.com, I’ve had this brand and style before and they wear like iron. They fit really good
What was the condition of the seats after? I'm most worried about how they will affect the leather when I end up removing the covers down the road.

I had Wet Okole on F150 for 10 years and they were still in great shape. It's on my short list to purchase for my back seat. Plus I see they have a vet/first responder discount: https://www.wetokole.com/discounts.html

Edited to add discount link for veterans and first responders
Nice that they have that discount! Do you know what the condition was for your seats after you removed the covers? Mine won't be permanent but for probably 6 years and don't want to mess up the leather.
 

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Nice that they have that discount! Do you know what the condition was for your seats after you removed the covers? Mine won't be permanent but for probably 6 years and don't want to mess up the leather.
I had cloth seats and they looked great. My back seat won't get used much, just want something to cover them when I through stuff back there.

I emailed them to see what they want for veteran proof. If I don't hear back by the time I'm ready to buy, I'll just do things the "old fashioned" way and call (GASP)
 

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I am currently using these in my Limited:

Black Panther 1 Pair Car Seat Covers, Luxury Car Seat Protectors, Universal Anti-Slip Driver Seat Cover with Backrest,Diamond Pattern (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TTRHBSV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_PEZfEbDTXYV4B

I like them because they don’t fully cover the seat so I can still use the back pockets. They are very easy to put on and take off. They also look great
 

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I purchased Tiger Tough seat covers for the rears seats as preparation for a cross country road trip with my dog. Upon returning from the trip and removing the covers they performed exceptionally. This included my dog being wet, sanding, throwing-up and other messy things :) My seats were as new when covered. While these are far from cheap they perform exceptionally well and are custom fit. (I have not affiliation)

Matt
 

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Here you go... Note that the headrest is a different product and does not come with the seat covers.
 

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