We just bought true "wetsuit neoprene" seat covers for our RV (driver and passenger seats) and while they are new, we are happy with them so far. The brand is Coverking and we got them on sale thru Costco, but they do sell direct, too. The quality and fit looks very good, easy install.Looking for a good high quality set of Neoprene seat covers. Not looking for the cheap low quality one. Can anyone reccomend..
I went on their sight but only saw options for Vinly. I'm looking for Neoprene.Check out the PRP Seat ones as well. I think they have the tightest fit (that looks almost stock). But didn't cost nearly as much as the bartacts. They have some basic colors in stock, but we ended up going with a custom set.
What Brand?+100 for the coverking neosupreme: bought a set for my daughter's Cherokee 3 years ago and, according to my daughter, they're still as "cushy" as when we first put them in.
as for fit: like a glove. they are made specifically for each type of seat and include straps that go between bottom & back to secure the cover to the bottom of the seat. Even after3 years, there's no "shift" in my daughter's seatcovers
ETA: although I *shouldn't* have to add this, I will anyway: even though a lot of manufacturers make covers for seats, it is extremely important to know whether or not a particular cover will work reliably in the event of an accident. it does you no good to have super nice seat covers if they inhibit deployment of airbags, thus endangering your safety
The video on the link you provided shows the Cover-King having a horrible fit. That is a problem with also any of them that have a texture or color panels it seems to amplify poor fit. That is why i went with all black, however very happy with the fit. Seat covers for me are throw away and will change out as needed, however with the RC covers for my use will be about a 4 year cycle.