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Iím looking for a good brand of seat covers, preferably neoprene, any recommendations?
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I have no idea what supporting vendor toes I'm likely to step on, but I bought Coverking neoprene seat covers.

They fit well, and the protection goes without saying. Neoprene does not mean that they feel "rubbery"; the seat covers are custom tailored to fit your Tundra seats, and the neoprene is laminated to a fabric cover. You won't know that your seat covers are water-proof. Some have complained about the "stink"...I've found it's a non-issue for me.


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Second coverking neosupreme. Love mine. Fit and feel great

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Second coverking neosupreme. Love mine. Fit and feel great
Any of you guys that have the Coverking NeoSupreme covers, can you post some pics? I am seriously considering them, but haven't pulled the trigger.. I would like to see some real-world pics, especially around the back, sides etc..

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Any of you guys that have the Coverking NeoSupreme covers, can you post some pics? I am seriously considering them, but haven't pulled the trigger.. I would like to see some real-world pics, especially around the back, sides etc..

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Coverking has the NeoSupreme covers, plus they have genuine CR-Grade Neoprene covers.

The link below has a chart at the bottom that compares all their materials for water resistance, toughness, soft touch, mildew resistance, and breathability. The advantage of NeoSupreme is they are cheaper than genuine neoprene, but they rate highly compared to other materials. Genuine neoprene is the best of all their materials, albeit pricey...about $315 MSRP per seat for DC SR5 Upgrade. If you shop, you can get them cheaper.

Coverking says they custom fit seat covers using lasers to the exact truck type. You specify year, brand, model, DC or CM, etc. Mine fit very well, and installation was not as difficult as some reviewers complained.

There are some pictures of the details you seek on their website. These covers are tight fitting with no bagging or sagging. They DO NOT look like factory seat covers, particularly at the lower corners of the seat backs where bound edges can be seen. You do not remove the factory covers...that means you end up with double foam padding and that's nice.

If the link carries over as I designed mine (2017 Mag Gray, SR5 Upgrade, DC) you'll see I chose Black with Dark Charcoal inserts to match the truck and the factory covers.
https://www.coverking.com/seat-cover...undra-sr5.html

ACKK!!...No it comes up as that Black with Yellow abomination. Quick, change the colors!


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Page 244 I have some pics of the seat covers installed

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Page 244 I have some pics of the seat covers installed
Ah thanks! Thats what I wanted - some real world pics of the covers in use..

Wow those things really look good. I guess I will take the plunge soon...
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Those do look awfully nice, I need to save that site for future reference. My driver's seat is starting to get a little loose at the seam.
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Those do look awfully nice, I need to save that site for future reference. My driver's seat is starting to get a little loose at the seam.
I was curious about the materials available for their seatcovers.. If you go to their site, you can request a free sample. I received some swatches of the neosupreme material in different colors. It helped me decide the material I wanted to use.
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Iím looking for a good brand of seat covers, preferably neoprene, any recommendations?
Hi there and welcome to the forum! As long as this is a 2017 Tundra, we can recommend these 3 brands of neoprene seat covers. They are custom tailored for this specific truck and will perfectly match the console openings, airbags, underseat storage, etc. All three options will fit right, so just pick the ones that you like based on colors available. Though I can say, that neoprene seat covers by Coverking are the most popular among our customers.


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