INTERIOR Seat cover recommendations

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I noticed a lot of you guys have seat covers, which ones did you choose and why? Did they meet your expectations? Post up some pics if you've got em!
 

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Another vote for Clazzio! One of my favorite "mods".

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seems like most everyone has clazzios. theres also a large group of people that have wet okole's. more of a slip over seat cover rather than re-skinning. I guess it depends on what the purpose of your need for seat covers is...
 

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I'm interested as well, I have seat covers but they are just a "cool" looking basic ebay china cloth cover to preserve the seats for now ($100), would like to get something more legit but do not want any leather or of the sorts, I hate leather to start and live in AZ so couldn't imagine sitting on that shit. I would like a set that comes with the center console cover as well or if anybody has a place that sells those separately.
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I'm impressed with the Carhartts. Thinking about it.
I've had the gray Carhart duck weave covers on since April. So far very happy.

Daily use and post mountain biking grime and they still look good. Havent tried washing them yet.

Picture was right after installing. They have smoothed out and fit pretty snug. Not as good looking as the seats themselves but get the job done.


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I just got cheap $20 Amazon generics in the front and a dog mat waterproof cover in the back for the kids. I've had both for two years and they are fine.

EDIT: Actually I just had a look at them today and they have worn though on the side of the drivers seat. I guess they last about 17k miles.
 
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Clazzios get my vote. They are well worth the cost. I have had countless people ask me if they were factory.
 

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Sportsman’s Camo Covers. Company out of the delta in Mississippi. Really high quality and a seamless fit
 

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Have used the Bartact covers? How's the fit?
I have the Bartact covers in my wife's Jeep JKU. The fit is really tight and snug and you technically can't tell that they are actually covers. The molle loops on the back are durable and useful. I would imagine for the Tacoma they are of the same fit and quality.
 

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The fit looks tight!
 

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I have the Bartact covers in my wife's Jeep JKU. The fit is really tight and snug and you technically can't tell that they are actually covers. The molle loops on the back are durable and useful. I would imagine for the Tacoma they are of the same fit and quality.
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Hey, I went through the whole list of what people suggested and gathered some additional info that might be helpful.

Clazzio $399-$999 (front and rear)
https://www.clazzio.com/

Carhartt (rebranded Covercraft) $366 front row, $323-$431 back row
http://www.covercraft.net/cartlink/index.php?cust_id=carhartt&prod_id=ssct#cl-tab-customize

Wet Okoles $264-$314 front $296-$346 rear (lots of accessories can increase the price quite a bit)
https://www.wetokole.com/

Bartact $320 front $310 rear
https://www.bartact.com/collections/jeep-wrangler-seat-covers/toyota-tacoma

Sportsman’s Camo Covers $220 front $220 rear $165 jump seats (worth noting they have non-camo colors as well)
https://www.camotruckseats.com/collections/all/toyota-tacoma-2016-esi1349677
 
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Clazzio... my dad thought they were stock leather seats:). Really good fitment and quality.
 
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