What Are The Differences In Jeep Seat Cover Materials

Perhaps the whole thing began with a tear on the seat. Just a little accident where something got caught on the material. Nothing major, but a cause for worry. So you stared at it everyday, and hoped the thing wouldn’t get worse. But it did. And now you are worried the seat is beyond hope; destined for a spot in the scrapyard.

It doesn’t have to be just seat damage, though, that can cause concern. Maybe you just bought the Jeep and plan on having the top off a lot this summer, and you don’t want the original seats exposed to the elements. Or you just want to totally change over the interior look of your Jeep.

Whatever the reason, investing in a good pair of seat covers is an excellent way to extend the life of any Jeep seat by covering up annoying issues, as well as providing additional comfort, weatherproofing and offering the chance to customize the interior.

If you still need convincing, we’ve put together many reasons why Jeep Seat Covers are a good idea for any Jeep owner. From there, it is just a matter of choosing the right material for your covers.

That’s right. Material.

See, choosing a good pair of seat covers isn’t just grabbing the first one you see that fits your Jeep. You may think that after a trip to the local auto store or big box retailer, but you don’t have to settle for some one-size-fits-all vinyl covers or thin fabric replacement that constantly needs adjustment. These days there are comfortable, spongy neoprene designs, tough ballistic nylon, durable and soft polycotton, as well as automotive grade vinyl and leatherette covers. Plus, thanks to highly accurate computer designs, most covers out there will custom fit to your Jeep’s specific seat. Front or back.

So let’s take a look at some of the most popular materials out there that make up the majority of seat covers found on our Seat Covers page.

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