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Coverking Cordura Ballistic Seat Covers Part #CSC1E2[PATTERN] Customer Reviews
123 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Michelle H (Bay City, MI) Reviewed for a 2017 Jeep Cherokee — Sep 02, 2018 10:35 AM
My dog was ruining the seats in my Jeep; he likes to dig at things before laying down. If I left him in my car for any length of time, I would find scratches/rips in my seats. I've had to replaced both front seats. I've tried cheap covers, & my dog rips thru them in no time. He has scratched at the balistic seat covers, but he can't loosen, remove, or rip thru them. I am so happy. He loves riding in the car, & before the ballistic covers, I thought the rides would have to end.
Reviewed by Kerry H (Sturgis, MI) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 — May 29, 2018 9:33 AM
For the most part they went on pretty easy. Getting the elastic straps attached was a bit of a chore. I liked the tool enclosed, it helped the install. I like the way I kind of slide in and things don't hang up on the covers.
Reviewed by roger p (Easthampton, MA) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford Mustang — Apr 12, 2018 7:19 AM
We were warned that the material would not sit well as in the photo. But the material is attractive and appears that it will be durable. My biggest complaint is with the fit. There are areas where the edges need more material to bury the edge. The treatment of the seatbelt pass thru in the rear bench is a joke. The bucket seat bottom skirt is not fitted and there's no apparent way to gather the material.The design does not lend itself to the use of hog rings to tighten things...
Reviewed by Gary R (PHOENIX, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Prius — Dec 27, 2017 12:15 PM
Covers are not marked to indicate which side they go on so you have to try and figure it out for yourself. Material is very hard and stiff. There is a gaping hole on one side that I think they say is for an airbag but there is nothing on the seat to indicate there are any airbags there so it just looks crappy.
Reviewed by Craig R (VANCOUVER, WA) Reviewed for a 1990 GMC Suburban — Nov 19, 2017 9:32 AM
After much research I finally ordered the grey Coverking Ballistic front seat covers for my 1990 GMC Suburban. They arrived on time and in great shape. They installed easily with good fastening systems and instructions. Very nice tight fit and comfortable to use. Protected my seats threw Elk season from mud, snow and coffee. I am very happy with the product and Autoanything