Mossy Oak Seat Covers Custom seat covers
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- $298.00 USD 15% Off per row !
- $298.00 USD
Mossy Oak® seat covers will bring your memories of the great outdoors into your vehicle.
Since 1986, Mossy Oak has created camouflage patterns that blend both nature and the pursuit of sportsmen across the country.
From Mossy Oak’s Break-Up® to Shadow Grass® Blades® to the New Break-Up® Country™, the pursuit for excellence has always been on the horizon.
Our 600 Denier Polyester fabric is the backbone of your new Mossy Oak seat covers. The DWR top coat and PU undercoat will provide the 4 Season protection you’re looking for.
Shadow Grass® Blades® seat covers are a 2013 advancement in camouflage design for waterfowl hunters.
It’s a 3D like achievement for a successful mix of neutral toned dead grass and a sparse mix of green grass. It approaches the wetlands environment in a more realistic way.
This has been a successful pattern for Mossy Oak® and a pleasure to partner with on our custom seat covers.
Break-Up® was introduced in 1995 and has gone on to become the best-selling Mossy Oak camouflage pattern to date.
The addition of shadows created subtle shifts in depth of field perception. The colors and mix of textures were perfect for the autumn hunting season.
Break-Up® is the modern day classic of camouflage hunting patterns.
Break-Up® Pink seat covers were one of the pioneers to crossover into people’s everyday lives.
The pattern and colour weren’t so much about hunting, but about bringing the outdoors lifestyle into everyday living.
It’s based on the classic Break-Up® pattern with subtle mixes of pink and white hues of colour that are designed to connect with women.
NW Seat Covers come with a 2 year warranty for fit, workmanship and normal wear. We will replace any sections that have worn due to normal use, a material defect or a fitment problem, free of charge in 4 easy steps.
For more info, please visit our Warranty & Returns page.
Polyester 600 denier with Polyurethane waterproof coatings
Machine wash with an HE liquid detergent in warm water on gentle cycle. Hang dry or low temperature tumble dry.
Note: Polyester is a man-made textile which is really easy to clean and care for.Whether you call it a basket or oxford weave, it is still one of the most popular fabric constructions in the world. It may be basic but, it is both durable and pliable; just the type of fabric you want for custom seat covers. Polyester is very resistant to stains and fading but, bits of dirt do get caught in the corners of the woven fabric and that's what really needs cleaning.
Note: The heat transfer printing process produces an HD Quality look that is incomparable. To best preserve this look, you should minimize direct exposure to harmful UV light rays. Overexposure to strong UV light can fade fabrics altering their appearance over time.
To better provide you with the best instructions possible, we have included a series of video tutorials on our Youtube channel. You can also visit our Installation page and download our PDF Installation Guide.
In order to help us provide you with the best customer service we can, please e-mail us a digital picture of any problems you are having. This has shown to be an easy and valuable trouble shooting system for our customer service team. Also note that any returns due to a fitting problem must be preceded by a digital photo of the problem area. For any kind of technical issue, please contact our Customer Service at 1-888-821-1066.
If you don’t have a digital camera, please take your vehicle (with the covers on) back to the place of purchase so they can take a photo and/or possibly solve your fitting issue on the spot.
HEADREST AND LATCH HOLES
In many models, headrest holes, power holes and/or latch holes are not cut. This is due to past trouble with properly aligning the covers once the holes were cut. In these cases, it was deemed better to cut the holes once the cover is properly aligned and installed.
To make these holes, simply install the cover, then cut a small "X" cut over the area where the hole needs to be. Then, in the case of a latch hole, lift the cover up and slide the latch through the hole.
This process ensures that the holes are placed in correct spot every time!