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Keeping your cockpit free of stains and clutter can feel like an uphill battle. Every time you take a seat behind the wheel, you risk spilling your coffee, scuffing up your upholstery or adding to the growing pile of gear in your overstuffed glove box. Go on the offensive against wear, tear and disorganization with Coverking Kryptek Tactical Seat Covers.
Part shield and part storage system, your Coverking Kryptek Ballistic Seat Cover Set pulls double duty. On the defensive front, they're constructed from heavy-duty Cordura-Ballistic fabric that fights off stains, UV damage and abrasions. Plus, they're equipped with a MOLLE system on the back, letting you attach and arrange the six included pouches in any combination to stash tools, trail mix and other essential tackle. To top it off, they come in your choice of paratrooper-approved Kryptek camo patterns: Typhon, Highlander and Mandrake.
Unlike floppy-fitting universal seat protection, Kryptek Tactical Seat Covers are tailored for a custom fit in your car, truck or SUV. They're made with pride in the USA and are backed by a 1-year warranty.
Reviewed by Lena Y (Blanchard, ID) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Cherokee — Jan 10, 2014 3:24 PM
I bought theses on Black Friday for my fiancé it took about three weeks for them to get here because ours were a special order but they made it just in time for Christmas. He loves them! They were easy to install and looks great on his 2006 jeep Cherokee Lardo. I will be buying him the back seat covers soon, in our home we give them a A+++
Reviewed by Patrick D (MUSCATINE, IA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra — Dec 04, 2013 6:51 AM
Ok..First concern was they they look blue. Well they are more of a grey/black. They fit well, however the seat back of the tundra are concaved, so there is no where to tighten them up in the seat back. I suppose if you wanted to get all diy you could get some thick 2 sided velcro and do that. I'm not too worried. Nice fitting covers, they are a little colder, So they will be cold this winter Don't pull too hard on the straps. They will rip off. (Sewed it back on myself)
Reviewed by Blake S (Bridgeport, WV) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Nov 02, 2013 10:23 AM
Satisfied with the seatcovers. Instructions are not very informative. I looked up some installation videos on-line and installed them in a couple hours. I took my time to get the quality finish I wanted. Rear seat covers install easily with help of the video that showed how to unlatch the rear seatback so the seat folds down...very helpful. The console cover didn't install as neatly as I would have liked. Used additional velcro for a better fit. I wish they would have fit a bit tighter.