Reviewed By Kevin K (Redwood City, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-150 —3/21/2011 9:06 AM
I have had a number of car covers over the years and this is my most recent purchase. While most covers hold up well when used indoors, you really can't tell how they hold up to constant outdoor exposure until after a couple of years. I've had this cover a few weeks and just put it on a few days ago. It sheds water very well and the car appears to be dry under the cover. The other cover blew off my other car 3 times since, but this one stayed on! It's light weight enough to be washed easily and I hope it continues to shed water well after washing it. The mirror pockets seem to be just a tad bit high but that could be my car as the roof is lower. Since my car is a speciality conversion (ASC McLaren Capri Convertible) they don't have a listing for it. I went with the next best fit of a Mustang Convertible. The previous 2 covers were from Covercraft. The Weahtershield HD fell apart just after the warranty expired. The other was the Ultratec which I had to reinstall 3 times this week and allows water to seep thru it. So far I am happy with the stormProof cover. Only time will tell how well it holds up.