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TruckLeather_Spencer 08-29-2011 06:24 PM

Clazzio Leather Seat Covers at TruckLeather.com - In Stock or Custom!
 

Hello F150 forum :thumbsup:

At TruckLeather, we offer high quality leather seat covers from Clazzio. We keep regular colors in stock and can easily order custom color sets as well. Currently available are seat covers for the 2005+ Ford F-150 and F-250/350.

We are still out here dealing the best seat covers around and happy to be back to F150Forum. We've dealt hundreds of covers to members of this community and so happy to be back.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if we can help upgrade the interior of your F-150!

Ford Seat Covers on Truck Leather

I'll let the pictures speak for themselves of the quality and fitment of these seat covers:


This is the standard all black leather set. The set includes seat covers for the front and rear, all head rests and arm rests as well.
  • The front seats include a useful rear pocket.
  • Memory Foam inserted in to cover material.
  • Easy installation, great end product.
  • Tested to work with side air bags.


We have a few options available for the F150:
FULL PVC: $299 shipped
Quilted Insert: $399 shipped
Leather Insert: $600 shipped


Shop for your F-150 by year:
F-150 - 2005 to 2008
F-150 - 2009 to 2010
F-150 - 2011 to 2012
F-150 - 2013 to 2014
F-150 - 2015 to present

We also have other models available:
Ford Truck Seat Covers


Those prices are only for single color (Outer, Insert, Stitching are same color). If you want to do a custom color, then the prices increase a bit more - you can view those prices on our product pages:


In stock covers reach you in 4-5 days via UPS ground, and custom orders take 8-10 weeks from Japan due to custom manufacturing, freight time, and US customs holding time.

We are glad to be part of F150Forum and look forward to serving you. Let me know if you have any questions! We can also get you some free color swatches, so you can see what the colors look like in person.

For the F150 2005+, we usually have the following colors in stock, but don't be afraid to ask :)
  • Black
  • Light Gray
  • Beige

For more information, check out our site here:
https://www.truckleather.com/

Thank you,
Spencer

TruckLeather_Spencer 08-30-2011 08:57 PM

Let me know if you have any questions. We are excited to introduce this product to the F-150 market.

In addition to our fully functioning web store, we price match. Contact us directly if you find a price lower than ours.

Thank you,
Spencer

Goober 08-30-2011 09:19 PM

Nice looking product, Spencer.
Was not able to bank my usual FX4 this time around, and I miss my leather!!
Saw some Katskins a guy had and was envious, but 1200 bones was too much....
I am curious about the backs of the seats, leather or something else.
Do they zip on?
You seem to have a nice tight fit, will they stretch and wrinkle over time?
Finally any special care?
Post some u tube and link to here, I'm sure folks will be interested.

TruckLeather_Spencer 08-31-2011 11:09 AM

Hello Goober,

Thank you for your interest in our product.

Quote:

I am curious about the backs of the seats, leather or something else.
Do they zip on?
You seem to have a nice tight fit, will they stretch and wrinkle over time?
Finally any special care?
The back of the seats are a PVC Vinyl material. There is also a handy pocket on the rear of the front seats where you can store things.

They install with straps and velcro, no zippers. This way, you can adjust the tightness of the covers easily and get them just how you want.

We have been dealing these for several years now, and have some on our own car. After two years, there are no noticeable wrinkles / stretching. Of course they stretch just a little bit over time, but the leather is a good material that prevents against outrageous amounts of stretching.

There is no special care needed. Cleaning is as easy as wiping with a damp cloth. Clazzio recommends against using any harsh cleaners, as they can prematurely fade the colors.

Quote:

Post some u tube and link to here, I'm sure folks will be interested.
Good idea, I posted some in the original thread. Thanks!!

Feel free to contact me at [email protected] or call at 904.697.1557.

Goober 08-31-2011 01:35 PM

Thanks for the response.
Did not see the video links!
I blame my phone.
(was either that or hackers, and I been using that one alot lately.)

TruckLeather_Spencer 08-31-2011 02:32 PM

Oop, looks like the forum auto-corrected the links to embedded videos.

How do these work for you?




TruckLeather_Spencer 09-06-2011 03:04 PM

Hope everyone had a good labor day. Let me know if you have any questions about these products :thumbsup:

TexasTaxi 09-06-2011 03:15 PM

Are these replacement upholstery or seat covers?
I need new leather for my 2002 Super duty, but want replacements, like Catskinz.

TruckLeather_Spencer 09-06-2011 08:10 PM

Hello,

They are true seat covers, where you don't need to even remove your stock seats for installation.

Unfortunately, we only offer them for newer edition Ford Trucks ( 2008+ )

If you were still looking to get some seat covers, we can get you some from another company for your truck. They are made of waterproof Neoprene material, made by Hawaiian company Wet Okole. Let me know if that interests you and we can send you some more information.

Thanks!
Spencer

Goober 09-06-2011 08:34 PM

Looked at the videos, and checked the site.
I cannot seem to find a pic of my setup.
2011 XLT scab, cloth 40/20/40.
I am looking for a pic with the center seat folded, that's how I ride.
(Cloth cover on center seat when folded)
Also, any upcharge for custom insert colors?
(I really like the black with red insert...)
Thanks.


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