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Oxford Water Resistant Seat Covers – Full Set

SKU: FB112114-WOO

These oxford seat covers are made to take a beating. Oxford is tougher than our traditional cloth seat covers, and is water resistant to keep your vehicle’s seats safe and sound no matter what. Two stripes run down the center, adding some life and interest to the design.

(4 reviews)

$99.99 | $39.99

  • Tan / Black
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Package includes:

2 front high back bucket seat covers1 rear backrest cover1 rear bottom bench cover2 separate headrest covers

Material:

Water Resistant Oxford.Our oxford fabric is made tough and built to last.  You can rest easy knowing that your seats will be safe from spills, dirt, debris, mud, and any other disasters.  Simply machine wash and air dry to clean.

Product features:

  • Waterproof oxford fabric, perfect for rainy days
  • Easy slip on and adjustable straps make installation, removal, and reattachment a breeze
  • Engineered to accommodate traditional and heated seats
  • Compatible with removable and built-in headrests
This full set includes seat covers for two (2) bucket seats and one (1) rear solid bench and headrests.
Oxford Water Resistant Seat Covers - Full Set material

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  1. Rick

    4 out of 5 With a Little Work - Will Fit GMC Sierra

    Rick (verified owner)

    Shopping for seat covers suck. Finding a ‘universal’ seat cover that isn’t godly expensive and will fit your ‘no-so-universal’ vehicle is hard. I purchased these because of A. Price and B. Look and C. Because they said Universal. First of all – these seat covers WORK and look good and fit Mostly Well. Second I’ll go through my experiences installing these. 1. My pickup has bucket seats in the front with a non-removable headrest. However, the main seat cover just slides over the set and headrest. This could pose a problem to someone who constantly adjusts their headrest. I leave mine in one spot so that isn’t an issue. 2. The straps and hooks that they use to make sure the seat cover stay in place seems sketchy, but really it works very well. I have had Zero issues with the seat cover moving. 3. Back seat – This was a little more difficult and not as simple or as universal.

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  2. AARON W M CHAN

    4 out of 5 I've only done my front seats though because the back covers require taking the seats out and it's kind of a pain to do so but I

    AARON W M CHAN (verified owner)

    I ‘ve received many compliments on my seats. I’ve only done my front seats though because the back covers require taking the seats out and it’s kind of a pain to do so but I’m sure I’ll love them as well once I finally get around to putting them on haha. The only thing I didn’t like was that the seat covers didn’t have holes for the head rests since mine are removable so I just made tiny holes and was able to slide the headrests back in. Other than that, they are super cute and super affordable!

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  3. David P Kleinschmidt

    4 out of 5 With a Little Work - Will Fit GMC Sierra

    David P Kleinschmidt (verified owner)

    Shopping for seat covers suck. Finding a ‘universal’ seat cover that isn’t godly expensive and will fit your ‘no-so-universal’ vehicle is hard. I purchased these because of A. Price and B. Look and C. Because they said Universal. First of all – these seat covers WORK and look good and fit Mostly Well. Second I’ll go through my experiences installing these. 1. My pickup has bucket seats in the front with a non-removable headrest. However, the main seat cover just slides over the set and headrest. This could pose a problem to someone who constantly adjusts their headrest. I leave mine in one spot so that isn’t an issue. 2. The straps and hooks that they use to make sure the seat cover stay in place seems sketchy, but really it works very well. I have had Zero issues with the seat cover moving. 3. Back seat – This was a little more difficult and not as simple or as universal.

    (0) (0)

    Something wrong with this post? Thanks for letting us know. If you can point us in the right direction...

  4. J. Sanders

    4 out of 5 I've only done my front seats though because the back covers require taking the seats out and it's kind of a pain to do so but I

    J. Sanders (verified owner)

    I ‘ve received many compliments on my seats. I’ve only done my front seats though because the back covers require taking the seats out and it’s kind of a pain to do so but I’m sure I’ll love them as well once I finally get around to putting them on haha. The only thing I didn’t like was that the seat covers didn’t have holes for the head rests since mine are removable so I just made tiny holes and was able to slide the headrests back in. Other than that, they are super cute and super affordable!

    (0) (0)

    Something wrong with this post? Thanks for letting us know. If you can point us in the right direction...

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