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Question CoverKing Premium Leatherette Seat Covers - Anyone have Them?

Coverking Premium Leatherette Seat Covers - Anyone have them?

https://www.coverking.com/faux-leather-seat-cover.html

I'm contemplating them. Can get them for $400 on Autoanything ($500 - 20% off = $400) but I cant find any good pics of them in an Xterra.

If anyone has them, can you please post up some pics and a brief review of what your experience has been with them?

I'm not interested in neoprene or discussion about all the other seat covers out there. I'm primarily interested in these or the similar Iggee S. Leathers.

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I had their neoprene seats for a Mustang and they were amazing.
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I’ve priced out the Roadwire and Katzkins but at $1300-1400 I don’t know if I can justify it on a 13 year old truck. Wish I’d have just ponied up when I first bought it like 10 years ago...

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Katzkins are amazing though. Nicer than the factory leather imo. I want to put them in my '15 but it seems to always be lowest priority.

I know Maxterra recently installed the spacer mesh cover kings and seems to be happy with them. Of the cover kings i've seen, the ones with stretchy material look ok, but the ones without stretchy material do not.


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Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, @TravZilla has Katzkins in his Xterra Black with red stitching and seat heaters. They look absolutely fantastic. Been jealous for like 6 years now. Lol

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So I requested some free swatches from Coverking and Igglee. That was good, as computer pics arent tangible.



Coverking Real Leather: nice and smells so good. But too pricey for a seat cover.

Coverking Leathertte: Matte (flat) finish. Feels more like leather than Iggee.

Iggee: higher gloss and feels more rubbery.


Long story short, I like matte/flat more than gloss and the Coverking material just feels nicer. Bummer is that I like the two-tone design of the Iggee better than of the Coverking, due to the lines on the 2-tone. But alas the mattterial itself is way nicer on coverking. I just placed an order for the Coverking Leatherette covers front & rear. Yes, I'd much prefer Katzkins or Roadwire real leather full replacements, but these are $1000 less. I paid $400 shipped through Autoanything (using a 20% off coupon). Note the coverking site was $625. Katzkins and Roadwire leather full replacements were $1400-$1600 and the leather was still synthetic on the sides. My truck is 13 years old w/ almost 150,00 mi on it, so I cant justify the nice $1400-1600 seats on a rig worth $5000.

They are made to order and I wont have them for 3 weeks. And then I need to wait to install till I have the time, so it might be a while before I upadate. Hopefully they are nice. There are virtually no pics out the of these on an xterra.
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Iím sure youíll either report back or start a new post on the install.

Interested in seeing them on the truck, as eventually Iíll be doing the same thing. Never crossed my mind to ask for samples.
Thatís why I love all you guys who blaze the trails for me to just amble on through!!! Lol!!!!

Are you gonna put heaters in?
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