Topless Leather VS Topless Cloth

jeff72034

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I'm thinking of getting my first Jeep Wrangler. Part of the allure is a topless vehicle that will be okay if it gets rained in (am I correct?).

I've noticed that several people who order their JL are choosing cloth over leather. Why?
It just seems counterintuitive that anyone would rather have cloth seats since you can't simply wipe them off after a rain.
 

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My reason for cloth was that I keep my top off most of the time. The leather just gets too hot.
 

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Honestly, neither material is going to last forever in rain/sun/rain environments I wouldn't think. I have leather because that is my preference, but it's not that high quality and I can see replacing them all in a few years without question.
 

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