Coverking Releases Mossy Oak Camo Designs To Its Seat Cover Line

New from Coverking – the most complete line of Mossy Oak camo designs for its premium seat covers. These covers are great for protecting upholstery from dirt, moisture, mud, abrasions, and UV rays. See more details below.

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Coverking offers the most complete line of Mossy Oak camouflage designs within its line of Neosupreme and Neoprene custom-fitted seat covers. Mossy Oak is the number one camo brand that combines photorealistic 3D imagery with cutting edge concealment technology that hunters, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts love. For those embracing this outdoor lifestyle, there’s no better way to protect their vehicle’s upholstery from dirt, moisture, mud, abrasions, and UV rays, than with a set of Coverking custom fitted seat covers featuring Mossy Oak camo patterns.

Coverkng’s extensive selection of Mossy Oak designs includes the company’s Break-Up, Break-Up Infinity, Treestand, Mountain Country, Obsession, Duck Blind, Bottomland and Shadow Grass Blades patterns. Combined with seat covers that are custom fitted for each vehicle application, and are offered in a choice of high-grade Neopreneand Neosupreme fabrics, every outdoorsman can showcase their love for nature and the outdoors with premium protection for their vehicle’s interior.

All Coverking seat covers, are easy to install and come with a free installation kit, headrest, arm-rest and center-seat covers where applicable. Manufactured in the U.S.A. Coverking seat covers are made from precise 3D scanning methods to produce a custom fit and optimum durability.


  • Protects upholstery from dirt, moisture, mud, abrasions, and UV rays
  • Extensive selection of Mossy Oak designs
  • Custom fitted for each vehicle application

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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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