Reviewed By Rebecca W (Sunnyvale, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Acura MDX —11/15/2006 10:05 PM
It was easy to install, stays put the looks are not bad. My dog Oscar seems to enjoy it as well.
Reviewed By Amy A (Comfort, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Acura MDX —4/10/2006 7:40 AM
These covers look as close to factory as I can imagine. They wear well, look polished, and stay in place. Warning, if you are an inpatient person, take a pill or have these installed by someone else. If you have large hands, find a small-handed friend to help. We found a guide wire made from a wire hanger to be an invaluable tool. (Slip the hanger through, attached to a strap, and pull the hanger back.) It was worth the acrobatics and effort.
Reviewed By richard h (Aptos, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Hummer H2 —12/11/2014 3:35 PM
The fit is very tight on the head rests, but loose on the seat bottom and back. If your expecting a tight fit like neopreme your going to be disapointed. The sewing could be better. Some seams are just plain jagged. Since this is a hunting rig it will suffice. I do like the molle system on the seat backs. Lots of totes to put you binocs, range finder, rounds, ready to grab and go. I did have to special order the middle seat, what a hassel and three extra weeks. Kryptek Typhoon is a great pattern. Does not show dirt and dust. cleans with a wet towel. Going to order them for my H1 as well
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