For outdoors: StormProof, not Triguard
Reviewed By Nicholas P (San Pedro, CA) Reviewed for a
—6/14/2008 12:25 PM
A year ago we ordered a Coverking Triguard cover. We were very pleased with the workmanship and fit. Over a year, though, the fabric degraded badly. Our fault, really: it's completely exposed outdoors in full sun, and the manufacturer doesn't really recommend it for that purpose.
Now we've got a StormProof, which is recommended for outdoor exposure. Fit and workmanship are (again) excellent. We expect it to last much longer. It's also much more compact (when rolled up) than the triguard.
These covers are custom-designed for each car model, and it shows. Even in our very windy area, they don't need tie-downs or anything. They fit so tightly that they aren't in danger of blowing off.