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post #1 of 17 Old 04-03-2018, 05:29 AM Thread Starter
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tactical seat cover..

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I'm looking to protect the back of my seats from kiddie shoes (and whatnot). prefer a tactical type because I occasionally go shooting. So, does anyone use one or have any experience with them? would like to know what brands/models are preferred.

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I have the coverking ones. They are alright. They don't fit as tight as other seat covers due to the lack of elasticity of the tactical material. I do like the specialized storage that they provide though.
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Tie their feet to the seats.
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I'm looking to protect the back of my seats from kiddie shoes (and whatnot). prefer a tactical type because I occasionally go shooting. So, does anyone use one or have any experience with them? would like to know what brands/models are preferred.
Hi Scot,

There are several camo seat cover options we can suggest you, so you will need to pick the ones that you like. We offer options with the pockets behind seats and ones that just cover the back. Just follow the link below to see the options we've got for your truck:
2018 Ford F-350 camo seat covers at CARiD
All these seat covers are custom tailored to fit your truck's seats. All custom fit seat covers are made the right way, in order not to interfere with side air bags. As for the brand recommendations, I can tell you that Coverking seat covers are the most popular choice among our customers.
Hope this helps!
Feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions.


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Those look pretty cool, but I want just basic black. not into camo. Wore enough of the darn stuff while active duty.

Plus, not really wanting to cover up my leather seats (just backside). I paid for em, I'm gonna enjoy em. LOL

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Those look pretty cool, but I want just basic black. not into camo. Wore enough of the darn stuff while active duty. Plus, not really wanting to cover up my leather seats (just backside). I paid for em, I'm gonna enjoy em. LOL
Thanks for the options...
Scot, here are some backside protectors we offer, just in case that's exactly what you need.
You can view the pictures in the attachment or follow the links below to see the product information.
WeatherTech Seat Back Protector at CARiD
Canine Covers Custom Rear Seat Protector at CARiD
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Are there rear door panel protectors available? My 85lb border collie/lab likes to perch on armrests as she hangs out the window.
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Ruff Tuff in W. Valley City, UT has different materials as well as camo. One of the options I'll choose with the DuraEZ material is a 'tactical' setup that is sewn into the back of the front seat covers. Includes molle, caribeener (you know), pockets and sleeves for fishing rods/rifles or other long items (umbrella?)

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