Our Sierra & Silverado Seat Covers
were inspired by OEM fabrics
When we started the company back in 1997, the first fabrics we offered were OEM Automotive fabrics.
At that time, we were buying materials from Collins & Aikman, Guilford Mills, Milliken & Co and Kawashima of Japan. These fabrics were sent to
GM, Ford and Dodge trim plants with full cut & sew capabilities. They would manufacture the original
car or truck seat covers that would later be crated and transported to the vehicle assembly plants and installed onto the seats that will eventually
be placed into the vehicles for delivery to new car dealerships.
In 2015, we were evaluating our line-up of materials and realized that the quality of OEM fabrics was
changing from traditional woven or cut-woven fabrics to new and more economical printed or embossed velour materials. When we saw the
Original Material of the 2015 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra Seat Covers,
we immediately compared the factory colors to interiors color schemes in the F-150, RAM 1500, Tundra and Titan and it also blended well with
Honda, Jeep, KIA and Mazda, so we started planning on securing continuous supply, even after the material would be eventually be changed by about 2023.
Wyzenbeek Double Rub Test
The minimum durability and abrasion requirements for the fabric was that it had to have a minimum double rub test rating of 250,000.
One double Rub is like getting IN your Truck at home and getting OUT of your Truck when you arrive at work – That’s 1 Double Rub.
A simple example would be an average of 5 double rub destinations per day is equal to 1,825 double rubs per year or 18,250 every 10 years.
We also realize that every time we shift or move in our seat it is adding to the wear rating, but a minimum of 250,000 is still an impressive
figure and a really tough fabric. As we continue our journey of working with textile engineers, to develop great wearing fabrics with a high
performance rating, we will continue to be the market leaders in Sierra and Silverado Seat Covers for years to come for Fabrics, Fit and Performance.
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Which Chevy Silverado do you drive?
Chevy Silverado 1500 – 1999-2022+ (4 Generations 23 Years)
General Motors (GM) may have introduced their first Pickup back in 1930, but in 1975, the Silverado got its introduction as a Trim Level that would
forever change how we connected with GM full-size pickup trucks. Finally, in 1999, GM Officially launched the Silverado Truck and it cruised along
backroads and highways with Bob Seger's #1 Billboard Hit "Like a Rock" playing on the Radio. Today, Chevy Silverado Seat Covers rank as
the 2nd Best Selling Seat Cover in America. Total U.S. sales of the Silverado 1500 Truck from 2000 to 2020 was 11,848,120 units with an average of
564,196 units per year.
Available Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra Seat Covers for the following generations:
2nd Generation (1967 – 1972), 3rd Generation (1973 – 1987), 4th Generation (1988 – 1994), 5th Generation (1995-1998), 6th Generation (1999-2006),
7th Generation (2007 – 2014), 8th Generation (2015 – 2018), 9th Generation (2019 – 2024)
Available Full-Size Cab Styles: GMC Sierra Seat Covers & Chevy Silverado Seat Covers for the 1500 Regular Cab, Extended Cab and Crew Cabs.
Available Trim Levels: Silverado / Sierra Trim Levels – Scottsdale, High Sierra, WT, LS, LT, LTZ, Z71, Custom,
Trail Boss, High Country etc. GM Pickup Trim Levels (C/K Series) Custom, Custom Deluxe, Cheyenne, Sierra Grande etc.
Available Seat Styles: Front Seats include Solid Bench Seats, 50/50 Split-Back Benches, Bench Seat with Offset Arm Rest,
Bucket Seat Covers, 60/40 with Fold-Down Arm Rest and 40/20/40 Bench Seats with Fold-Down Consoles etc.
The OEM fabrics from the 2015 Chevrolet
and GMC full-size trucks, really impressed us for Look, Comfort and Durability. The colors matched up
well with all of the other interior colors from other car manufacturers, so we knew we had a winner with GM’s “Tread” line of original materials.
That’s why, our seat covers for trucks made of our “OEM” fabrics produce excellent results for Silverado Seat Covers
and Sierra Seat Covers. I guess one of the biggest compliments is when a salesman at the dealership
comes over and asks what we’re doing and we tell him that we’re perfecting the fit of our Silverado Seat Covers and he says “I didn’t realize
that you were installing seat covers” because the fabric is such a good match to the original! When the guy selling Silverado trucks says that,
it’s a big compliment.