Coverking Releases Designer Print Series Custom Seat Covers

New from Coverking – the Designer Print Series for their custom seat covers. These covers are available in a wide variety of prints and combinations that allow owners to customize and protect their interior. See more details below.

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With the largest library of patterns, colors and combinations available, Coverking’s Designer Print Series Seat Covers offer endless possibilities for customizing any vehicle interior with premium protection capability.

The Designer Print Series allows vehicle owners to get creative with various combinations of animal and lattice prints, scaled or watercolor chevron prints, hound’s-tooth, weave patterns, carbon-fiber and diamond-plate prints, as well as tapestry designs using geometric, organic, and floral patterns. With an ever increasing color palate and designs, vehicle owners can create unique seat covers that match their individual lifestyles, reflect the hottest trends, or simply allows them to make a statement with their vehicle’s interior.

Manufactured from Neosupreme, a soft, lightweight, water-resistant fabric, Coverking’s Designer Print Seat Covers protect the vehicle’s upholstery from UV rays, accidental spills, and abrasions. The company’s 3D scanning methods, ensure a custom fit that is manufactured to the exact specifications of the vehicle’s seats and include large seat-back storage pockets.

All Coverking seat covers are compatible with factory seat air-bags, and come with an installation kit that includes an installation tool, safety glasses, protective gloves, and anti-slip inserts. Depending on the application, Coverking seat covers also come with headrest and armrest covers, and are simple to install using the highest quality zippers and straps available.

Features:

  • Allows vehicle owners to get creative with various combinations of prints
  • Manufactured from Neosupreme, a soft, lightweight, water-resistant fabric
  • Protect upholstery from UV rays, accidental spills, and abrasions

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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