Reviewed By Larry H (Delevan, NY) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado —2/8/2018 7:02 AM
This is very nice. Keeps dirt, mud and other stuff off the seats. Easily moved to other vehicles. Don't hesitate to get this, it works very well.
Reviewed By Lloyd M (ATHENS, GA) —2/8/2018 4:56 AM
So far, so good. I have two hunting dogs so they can be rough on seat covers, this one seems much sturdier than the last brand I tried. Fits better as well. Still uses plastic snap clips to hold up around the head rests, which have broken from rambunctious dogs on previous brands, so a little worried about that.
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