Seat covers

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I like neoprene covers because they are easy to clean but they have a tendency to get really hot during summer days.
This is exactly my question. I prefer cloth seats because they don’t get hot in the sun or cold in the winter like leather.

but my cloth seats are getting trashed. If i could cover my cloth with cloth covers i would. What material responds to temperatures the most like cloth?
 

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This is exactly my question. I prefer cloth seats because they don’t get hot in the sun or cold in the winter like leather.

but my cloth seats are getting trashed. If i could cover my cloth with cloth covers i would. What material responds to temperatures the most like cloth?
Twead of course
 

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I’m thinking about purchasing the Rough Country neoprene seat covers. Does anyone know how easy it is to get dog hair off neoprene? I currently have cloth seats and the dog hair is a poa to get off the seats, especially the carpet on the back of the rear seats. Thanks.
 

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I had neoprene seat covers in my JK, and found them to be hot and sweaty in the summer. I like the CoverCraft Carhartt canvas seat covers in my JL. Dog hair comes right off, water repellant, and canvas has a nice feel and aroma, when new..Colors are Gray, and tan Carhartt colors
 











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