Rear seat covers for under child seats

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So I picked up my Rubicon yesterday. Anyone know of a decent seat cover for the rear seats so the leather doesnt get wrecked from the car seats and all the crap the kids will drop?
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Nice color choice! We apparently have similar color tastes, kids, and seat protection sensibilities. I've asked the same question and there are several threads talking about seat covers in general. Doesn't seem to be much for the back seat leather armrest option yet save Bartact. I am intrigued by the seat saver post above. Might have to go with that over the towels i have down right now that look like crap.

https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/rear-seat-cover-with-armrest.13641/
https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/fo...-seat-covers-for-the-jlur-leather-seats.4757/
https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/bartact-covers-worth-319.13672/
 

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We've always used something like this. We haven't used that brand, but every other one we've tried have worked great.

Actually, because I'm paranoid, I had the Bartact seat covers, and a disposable changing pad (for "leaks") under the car seat protector.
 

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Catches all the stuff and you can hose it off
 

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we always just stuck a Towel under there. Came in handy when one of the kids felt like VOmiting LOL we pulled out towel and place it on them like a bib lol
 

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we always just stuck a Towel under there. Came in handy when one of the kids felt like VOmiting LOL we pulled out towel and place it on them like a bib lol
I use towels currently but researching all these seat protectors that are 'crash tested' based on their traction/friction made me realize the towels are likely undermining some of the safety the car seat provides. Towels allow the seat to slide right off the back seat much easier in a crash than car seat directly on leather. Something to consider at least...
 

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I have the Cover Craft covers but in my car. These covers have good quality and fit.
 

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