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I have an LT with fabric seats I'd like to put seat covers on them. Any one have any good experience with seat covers that have a really good fit. Also I'd like to know which ones to.stay away from. Thanks your your input.
 

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Having decades worth of seat covers on several off roaders......best you can buy are Wet Okole's. A little expensive, but fit like the OEM fabric and will last damn near forever. Plus you can order them exactly as you like, pick your colors of the bolsters, center panels, and piping. Also, I don't know if your LT has heated seats, but that is also an option as well. Thats what I did with my last Jeep Wrangler. I cheaped out on the $1600 "comfort" package as all I was interested in was the heated seats. I added them with the Wet Okole's and couldn't have been happier.
 

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Another vote for Wet Okoles. Additionally, after a recent vacation in Kauai, I learned that Okole means "butt" in Hawaiian, so the brand is Wet Butt. Hilariously appropriate for neoprene seat covers.
 

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I have the neoprene style seat covers from costco, and they are the best bang for buck I think you can find at just $20. Now I see they have switched to a leather like version, but it appears to be from the same manufacturer, so I would expect the same fitment. I'm still looking for an affordable option for the rear seats though.
 

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Not much of a fan of seat covers. Especially ones that are poor fitting. Why not leather?
Often it comes down to whether someone is interested in spending $300 for neoprene or $1,300 for leather.
 

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I thought you weren't supposed to put seat covers on due to interference with the side airbag deployment.
Quality seat covers are made with breakaway stitching to accommodate side airbags. They are usually labeled as such.
 

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Another vote for Wet Okoles. Additionally, after a recent vacation in Kauai, I learned that Okole means "butt" in Hawaiian, so the brand is Wet Butt. Hilariously appropriate for neoprene seat covers.
would you be so kind to post photos on how the rear is fitted?
 

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Just do a google image search......most of what you find will most likely Jeeps, trucks, and other SUV's, but you can get a good idea of how well they fit. The ones I had in my Wrangler fit so well that most people wouldn't even know they were covers.
 

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A few years ago when the cheap leather front bucket seats in my Mopar came apart I bought a set of sheepskin covers. They were super comfortable, cool in summer, warm in winter, fairly easy to clean and held up well. I don't like seat covers, but these were pretty good.
 
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