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Wet Okole Neoprene Car Seat Covers For 2007 Subaru Impreza Front Seats on 2040-parts.com

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Park City, Utah, United States

Park City, Utah, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Wet Okole

USED Wet Okole Neoprene Front Seat Covers for 2007 Subaru Impreza Models (may fit other models and years).  These seat covers are custom tailored out of neoprene (wetsuit material) by Wet Okole in Hawaii.  When installed they look like they are part of the seat and you cannot tell that they are seat covers.  These seat covers cost over $300 brand new with shipping.

These are used seat covers and as such have minor wear and tear.  There is a small tear/worn spot in the passenger seat cover but it is almost unnoticable when installed.  Seat covers need to be professionally cleaned but after that should look new.

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