Clazzio leather seat covers - very nice!!

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For those with cloth seats wishing they had leather - I highly recommend looking into Clazzio. I just installed black all leather in my XLT Tremor. The fit is very snug and looks damned near factory. I'm sure a Katzkin cover installed by professionals would be a bit better, but at more than double the cost, the results can't be twice as good. These Clazzios look that good.

It took me about 1-2 hours to get them installed. I have a black truck with a factory grey cloth interior. I was a little worried the black covers wouldn't look quite right, but it looks great.

Sorry - no pics yet.
 
For those with cloth seats wishing they had leather - I highly recommend looking into Clazzio. I just installed black all leather in my XLT Tremor. The fit is very snug and looks damned near factory. I'm sure a Katzkin cover installed by professionals would be a bit better, but at more than double the cost, the results can't be twice as good. These Clazzios look that good.

It took me about 1-2 hours to get them installed. I have a black truck with a factory grey cloth interior. I was a little worried the black covers wouldn't look quite right, but it looks great.

Sorry - no pics yet.
Come on now you know you gotta post some pics with a post like that lol !!
 
For those with cloth seats wishing they had leather - I highly recommend looking into Clazzio. I just installed black all leather in my XLT Tremor. The fit is very snug and looks damned near factory. I'm sure a Katzkin cover installed by professionals would be a bit better, but at more than double the cost, the results can't be twice as good. These Clazzios look that good.

It took me about 1-2 hours to get them installed. I have a black truck with a factory grey cloth interior. I was a little worried the black covers wouldn't look quite right, but it looks great.

Sorry - no pics yet. Pics attached. - I'm also sure a professional installer could make these fit even better - but it's good enough for my needs.
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I know I know... I was being lazy. Pics are posted somewhere in this thread now.
Only minor complaints I have are the head rests have "flaps" that won't fully tuck in and work themselves out a little at the bottom. There are a couple of mostly unnoticeable (unless you're specifically looking for it) places on the fronts where the original seat underneath is visible.
 
Those look good, I got my katzkins done for $880 is why I ask.
My understanding is that with the katzkins you have to remove the factory covers and then install them, which is why they end up having the best fit and finish, but require a whole lot more labor. Or do they offer "slip on" covers now too?
 
My understanding is that with the katzkins you have to remove the factory covers and then install them, which is why they end up having the best fit and finish, but require a whole lot more labor. Or do they offer "slip on" covers now too?

I bought the skins and had a interior guy install them. They replace the factory cloth. It took a professional with all the tools about 5 hours
 
I bought the skins and had a interior guy install them. They replace the factory cloth. It took a professional with all the tools about 5 hours
I was quoted about $1500 for katzkins product and install. I have no doubt the end result is awesome, but I would get kicked in the sack by the wife if I spent that kind of money on the seats - so I think the Clazzios are a very effective alternative that have incurred no sack kicking thus far.
 
I had katzkins done with heated front driver and passenger seat for $1800. Turned out great, looks as good or better than factory leather.
Same here. Worth the money.
 

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I was quoted about $1500 for katzkins product and install. I have no doubt the end result is awesome, but I would get kicked in the sack by the wife if I spent that kind of money on the seats - so I think the Clazzios are a very effective alternative that have incurred no sack kicking thus far.
Well that's good no sack kicking that could make for a rough day lol ,all kidding aside they look good with a reasonable cost !
 
For those with cloth seats wishing they had leather - I highly recommend looking into Clazzio. I just installed black all leather in my XLT Tremor. The fit is very snug and looks damned near factory. I'm sure a Katzkin cover installed by professionals would be a bit better, but at more than double the cost, the results can't be twice as good. These Clazzios look that good.

It took me about 1-2 hours to get them installed. I have a black truck with a factory grey cloth interior. I was a little worried the black covers wouldn't look quite right, but it looks great.

Sorry - no pics yet.
Looking forward for pic I’m sure there nice I’m interested in a set do you buy them direct or does other places offer them for sale ?
 
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