Carhartt® Duck Weave Seat Covers Customer Reviews
17 Customer Reviews
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No other part of your interior gets the butt-end of so much abuse as your hardworking seats. So when sliding in and out is taking its toll, duck and cover—your seats that is—with Carhartt® Duck Weave Seat Covers. Combining the famous durability of Carhartt® work clothes with the legendary protection of Covercraft SeatSavers, the Carhartt® seat cover is the hardest working seat cover around.
Carhartt® seat covers are crafted from breathable, heavy-duty duck weave fabric that’s double over-lapped and triple-needle stitched on the main seams. This bombproof fabric protects your seats from road-going spills, pets, kids, job sites—you name it. Then, Carhartt® adds their Durable Water Repellency (DWR) finish to make your covers virtually impenetrable to moisture. Plus, for added strength and classic style, most front covers include map pockets attached with Carhartt's® signature rivets.
Like all SeatSavers, your Carhartt® canvas seat covers are custom patterned for a perfect fit. They make room for seatbelts and let the seats fold up & down. And, Carhartt includes headrest and armrest covers for vehicles that need ‘em. Best yet, Carhartt® also covers your Carhartt® Duck Weave Seat Covers with a 90-day warranty.
17 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Marilyn P (Buena Vista, CO) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — Feb 19, 2014 7:35 PM
We bought the seat covers for the rear seat in our truck to protect the leather seats from our dog. These covers are great! They vacuum very nicely and leave no trace of dog hair. They fit really well and blend in perfectly.
Reviewed by Jeremy F (Louisville, CO) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Ram — Feb 19, 2014 7:27 AM
Overall I am impressed with the quality and fitment. Marathon makes a superior product but they are nearly double the price. Like all Carhartt products these seem to be getting better and better as they break in. I will be adding an additional strap under the bottom of the seat, I don't like that the plastic trim is the only thing holding them on in this area. Install was as simple and straight forward as it can be, upholstery work is always some what difficult.