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CalTrend TY490-02NN NeoSupreme Custom Seat Cover (Red)

Item# SPM10554063918 | Model# TY490-02NN | Added on March 31, 2018 |
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CalTrend TY490-02NN NeoSupreme Custom Seat Cover (Red)
$169.90
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Description Specifications
Front - Buckets - type of headrests: built-in

Fits the following vehicles:

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  • 2012 - 2015 Scion iQ
  • The Fashion of Neoprene with High UV Resistance
    • NeoSupreme Seat Cover Features:
    • Made with top quality wetsuit-like material that delivers protection and style
    • Similar to neoprene but without the drawbacks such as drying, cracking or fading
    • Precision cut and custom made for your vehicle, so no sagging or wrinkling
    • Body contact points are lined with ultra soft foam for extra comfort
    • Fade resistant fabric that's soft yet tough
    • Reinforced seams
    • Full row seat covers for one low price
    • Includes headrest and armrest covers at no additional cost
    • Available in 9 different automotive color to match your vehicle
    • Made in the USA
    • 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty
    • Fast Shipping for custom made seat covers

    CalTrend NeoSupreme seat covers are custom made to fit your vehicle. No one size fits all seat covers that just won't fit right. NeoSupreme seat covers give you the sporty appearance while protecting your seats from the outdoor elements. NeoSupreme seat covers do not have the drawbacks of neoprene seat covers such as drying, cracking and fading. It offers similar resemblance to Neoprene seat covers.

    NeoSupreme seat covers provide a stylish snug fit and is fade-resistant. It gives your vehicle a sporty look while protecting your interior. The fabric is soft but tough and durable. It's UV treated so it's fade resistant.

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