Saddleman Surefit Camo Canvas Seat Covers Customer Reviews
325 Customer Reviews
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When the hunt is on for the perfect seat covers, take cover with a set of Saddleman Surefit Camo Seat Covers. Crafted from rugged, free-breathing non-woven polyester fabric, Camouflage seat covers are built to handle the hunt, the missions, and of course, your daily commute.
Saddleman designs the Camouflage Covers to easily slip right over your vehicle’s seats. Since they’re made-to-order, you need no special tools or skills to get the job done. So instead of grappling with your seats all weekend, you’re sitting high and dry in your stealthy new interior.
Whether you aim to upgrade your interiors, keep your new seats new, or add new life to old seats—set your sights for the sure fit of Surefit Camo Seat Covers. Crafted from premium-quality fabrics and materials, SureFit Seat Covers are designed to keep your seats safe, sound and stylish for years to come.
And best yet, Saddleman covers your Surefit Camo Canvas Seat Covers with a 1-year warranty.
325 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Gregory B (Clayton, NC) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Xterra — Mar 03, 2014 1:05 PM
Ordered these covers to protect the Xterra's light grey cloth seats that gets dirty very easily. The covers went on pretty easily, as the backrest portions just slide right over, quite snugly, and the seat bottoms slip over and have to been hooked underneath. Hooking the straps underneath the seats is the toughest part. Once on, they look great and seem thick enough to protect the seats quite well. I've even had the neighborhood kids tell me how cool the CAMO looks.
Reviewed by Ken L (Fairfield, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 25, 2014 6:26 AM
The covers were easy to install, but on the back seat, the openings for the latches for both seatbacks were in the wrong location. Also, i did not receive the covers for the rear headrests.
Reviewed by Robert Z (GREEN LANE, PA) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Silverado — Feb 24, 2014 5:49 AM
We finally got them on, we waited until we went to Florida and put them on in the warm. They were hard to put on, but my husband worked at it for 2 days. We still are not sure about the one back seat cover, there were no straps to attach the one side. Were there supposed to be?? Otherwise they look very nice.
Reviewed by Barry G (Altamonte Springs, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Titan — Feb 11, 2014 3:50 PM
These covers are pretty nice. The instruction are really not very good at all but not to hard to figure out. It took me about an hour to put them on. They fit pretty well but not that tight. Hopefully they will last me a while. I would tell mt friends about them if they ask for sure. BG.
Reviewed by John L (CARMICHAEL, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 09, 2014 6:49 PM
I have a bench seat with a cove in the front I could not find any other seat cover. Other covers that were simular quality cost maybe 1/4 as much money, . I dont mind spending money, but I want better material than this cheap stuff. I would not have chosen this pattern but i had no choice. I was surprised to see how good it looks in the truck. Still as the other review state they dont put in the strings or clasps to hold the seat in place. It kinda like t s just deal .