We don't really think about it as we sip our morning coffee on the way to work, but we're always just one slight slip or pothole away from a spill so bad it would have BP and Exxon tugging at their collars nervously. And if you've got some light cloth seats, you might as well call it game over right there, because that stain isn't going to be easy to get out.
From our own spills to the mini-tornados that hop in the car every time we’re on carpool duty, real-world driving inevitably means things get a bit dirty, stained, or even torn up. The options? A) Never drive your vehicle again. (Next!) B) Live with disgusting seats for eternity. (Nope!) C) Get yourself some seat covers. (Ding, ding!) Chances are that if you've landed here, you're at you’re already thinking about custom car seat covers -- we always knew you were smart. So let’s dive in to learn what’s right for you. You can also review our Top 10 Seat Covers for 2020
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Not sure which 1997 Ford F-150 Seat Covers are right for you? We have over 6747 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I installed the seat cover only a week ago so it is a little early to evaluate fully. However, if it wears as good as it looks and feels, it is a winner. The feel is soft and pleasant and I love the armrest cover as my arm does not swet like it did with vinyl. My family likes it a lot too; it is a huge improvement over the Ford OEM seat." —Marvin W from Augusta, GA bought a CalTrend "I Can't Believe It's Not Leather" Seat Covers for a 1997 Ford F-150.
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