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    want something water resistant. anybody got any favorites or ones to avoid. so I've eliminated velour and fur. otherwise what brand and what material do you recommend. I have clothe seats in my 2015 Tacoma and just want to preserve them. I have been known to get in the vehicle wet.
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    Marathon seat covers ,,close thread
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    Marathon. I gotta get off some coin and get some myself.
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    Cosign.

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    Marathon
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    I just put my third set of Marathons in my third truck yesterday, there's a reason why that's why i've stuck with them. They are pricey but very worth it.

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    New sportsman's are just like Marathon but cheaper
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    Look into Coverking purchased through Carid.com
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    Wet Okole are the best ones I've ever had, but not cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKW View Post
    Wet Okole are the best ones I've ever had, but not cheap.
    agree have them in both my car and truck, truck has 140k and 4 year on it the seat cover look like hell but detail man took them off seats underneath look like new

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    i got the wet okole, & man they're nice, looked like factory seats, made outta neoprene so waterproof, but it was like $330 for just the rear seats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoooooots View Post
    i got the wet okole, & man they're nice, looked like factory seats, made outta neoprene so waterproof, but it was like $330 for just the rear seats.
    Yeah, they were $340 for the seats in my regular cab Yota (2 bucket seats), but they are really nice.
    Crops are harvested, animals are killed.

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    thanks guys
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