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My answer for having two large dogs (with mighty toenails). The blue was to add a splash of color to an otherwise bland monochrome.

Many raves about Wet Okole's and I guess I'll find out; however to be fair I did find a defect. One seam wasn't properly sown and came apart (2") when I attempted to stretch it over the seat back. Rather than send it back and wait for it I simply found some thread and a needle; with only two pricks to myself I went up/ down the area three times.
 

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looks excellent. appears the material slipped apart in that section when stitching the seam. i've work w/that material - sewing it can be "fun".
 

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Now that 鈥︹︹︹︹︹︹︹︹︹︹︹. is funny!:banana::banana::banana:
 

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were these covers hard to install?
As my local accessories dealer quoted me $160 for them to install these I went the DIY route. There were NO directions and I had no idea which cover fit where in the buggy - so lots of trial and error. Plus some strength was required to pull them into place (due to a tight fit).

Did I mention the month long Stink? Some weird chemical smells in the material.

It wasn't fun but well worth my saving $160.
 

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Very nice. I'm also looking at seatcovers like the Wet Okole type. Probably not as thick as those. Maybe the "neosupreme" knock offs.
Thanks for sharing
 
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