No matter how hard you try to avoid it, at some point you’ll get a stain, tear, or the smell of that day-old burrito onto your truck’s new upholstery. This is one of the reasons why many truck owners prefer to use a custom seat cover to protect the upholstery from accidents and daily wear and tear. But seat covers don’t have to seem like an ugly sack over your factory seats. Manufacturers like CalTrend not only offer great seat protection, but can provide an easy way to also enhance your vehicle’s interior appearance with a variety of colors, patterns and available fabrics.
For example, CalTrend offers its DuraPlus fabric for 2014 Chevy Silverado truck owners who want the highest level of protection. DuraPlus is a high quality canvas-like material that is tear and scuff resistant to protect against abrasions. It can resist getting punctured from that screwdriver in your back pocket, while protecting your seats from grease, coffee spills, dirt, mud , UV rays, and moisture. It’s perfect for trucks that get lots of use but offers a fit that looks like new upholstery.
Constructed with reinforced seams and a laminated foam backing for extra comfort, the CalTrend DuraPlus seat covers are durable and comfortable. In addition, CalTrend adds an extra large gear pouch to back of the front seat covers, that make it handy to carry personal items. Installation is also easy. On the 2014 Silverado 1500 four-door, the seat covers simply slip over the factory seats and are secured with built-in, double stitched straps that are routed under the seat cushions, and won’t interfere with under-seat storage systems.
Covers for the head rest and the flip up center console/arm rest are also included. In addition to easy installation, CalTrend also contacts you when you order to double check on the proper configuration of your truck’s interior. In most applications, your custom made seat covers are also delivered to you within a week, according to CalTrend.
You can check out all the choices of fabrics and colors for your vehicle on CalTrend’s website. Here, we’ll show you just how easy installation is, using the 2014 Chevy Silverado we mentioned earlier. Follow along…