It's just what it says it is
Reviewed By Ted P (Daytona Beach, FL) —3/1/2015 9:15 AM
It's basically a pretty thick, plush towel with a cut-out for the head rest and a bit of elastic around that. It's new, but looks like it'll last a while. I was trying to figure out how I could easily cover the seat for those HOT summer days. After walking 18 holes, I can be soaking wet. So, a towel is perfect, but getting one (or two) to stay on the back of the seat was a problem. This solves it and works just fine.
Reviewed By Dick R (chanhassen, MN) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Thunderbird —12/31/2014 10:50 AM
The lower part of cover should be wider so that it can wrap around the entering seat bolster. It needs eyelet to secure the cover from sliding off the seat when entering. with eyelet, you could either hook it to seat bottom, or run strap from side to side, from underneath seat. It should have non slip material on bottom to keep from sliding when enter.