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Sa100gators - Seat Armour Black 'ncaa Uf Gators' Seat Cover on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Brand:Seat Armour Surface Finish:100% cotton/terry velour Color:Black Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:SA100GATORS Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front

SA100GATORS - Seat Armour  Black 'NCAA UF Gators' Seat Cover

The logo is embroidered. Protect your valuable upholstery and display your passion at the same time with a Seat Armour Towel Seat Cover. This sturdy and attractive cover will protect your factory seats from spills and stains, and the logo will display your loyalty to your favorite make or model car or truck. The Seat Armour Towel Seat Cover is versatile, and easy to remove and install, so you can take it with you wherever you go.

Seat Armour

Features:

  • Sold individually, not as a pair
  • Protects your vehicle upholstery from spills, stains, scratches and other damage
  • Easy to remove and install
  • Made from 100% cotton/terry velour
  • Branded with the logo of your favorite vehicle make or model
  • Versatile, can be taken to the beach, park, stadium, etc.
  • Machine washable
  • 30-day money back guarantee
  • Proudly made in the USA

Seat Armoir Car Seat Towels are seat protectors which you install and remove as needed. They’re easy to install; just slip the cover over the headrest and fit it to the seat. Removing them is just as quick. Seat Armour Seat Towels are made of 100% cotton/terry velour. Use them to protect your seats from spills, stains, sweat, and pets. Put them on when you need them; then take them off when you don’t. They’re soft to the touch and machine washable.

Protect your valuable upholstery with a Seat Armour Towel Seat Cover. It's made of 100% cotton/terry velour that is soft to the touch and easily slides over any car seat headrest. And if it gets soiled, the seat cover is easily removed and completely machine washable. Besides protection, your seat cover also displays your automotive passion because it's branded with the logo of your favorite make or model vehicle. The cover is versatile because it can go anywhere you go. Because it's so easily removed and installed, you can take it with you and spread it out at the park, or use it to keep warm at the stadium. It's the multi-functional accessory that's useful wherever you go.

Today many vehicles are made with various air bag deployment points. You can use Seat Armour Towel Seat Covers with confidence, because they won't compromise your safety by hindering air bag deployment. Unlike seat covers with cumbersome pullovers or straps, in the event of an air bag deployment, the Seat Armour Towel Seat Cover will just flex and move away. It proudly manufactured in the USA.

 

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