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Rough Country Neoprene Front Seat Covers; Black (14-18 Silverado 1500 w/ Bucket Seats)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Jake: Jake here for American Trucks and today I'm taking a look at the Rough Country Neoprene Front Seat Covers in Black, fitting 2014 to 2018 Silverado and Sierra 1500s. If your front seats see a lot of abuse, a set of seat covers is an easy way to spruce them up and help keep them protected. Whether it's a refreshed look, some added comfort, or just a way to keep your interior from getting stained up, these neoprene seat covers from Rough Country are an excellent choice. They feature a durable material, some added padding, and a snug fit so they're a perfect upgrade whether your seats are worn out or if you just work your truck hard.Before we get in too deep here, I want to take a moment to acknowledge that these are actually designed for Sierras and Silverados with the front bench seat. So you've got the cover here for your console and the back part of it as well. If you do have a console in your truck, you're just going to have these two extra pieces that you won't need, you're still going to be able to fit the outer portions of the seats for the driver and the passenger and enjoy all the same great benefits.Now, seat covers are a hard thing to get right. But when they are, it's amazing what a positive difference they can make. These covers from Rough Country don't have any strange designs or any kind of fancy features like that. They're just a really nice solid cover for your stock seats. You've got the Rough Country logo right up here in the top of the backrest. Of course, they have a nice black color to them. So even if your interior is not black, black does go with everything. So these are still going to look good.Now, this is a full set of covers for the front seats. And again, you've got that center seat and armrest here as well. And they include accessibility for all of your seat adjustments, your side impact airbags right here. And you've even got the pocket retain on here. So there's no need to be concerned with safety or usability of the seats. You're not really giving up anything. In fact, I'd wager that having these seats on will even make your seats more comfortable and usable. But before we get into that neoprene, it's worth taking a moment here to note that there's also a thick foam padding under the covers. Best illustrated here on these seat bottoms.So this stuff is going to feature four-layer construction, and it's going to improve your overall seat comfort. Now, it's not super thick, but it does have a little bit of give to it and some squish. So if you regularly put in long days in the saddle, you might want these covers for that reason alone. If your seat is a little worn out on the padding side, and say maybe you're a little bit on the shorter side like I am, sliding in and out, this can help offset that issue without having to take the seat apart or replace the foam padding.But the biggest reason to go with these is, of course, that neoprene. This is really the star of the show here and it's all kinds of cool and useful. Not only does it offer good looks, but there's also tons of protection and weatherproofing baked in. Now, neoprene is a material that's commonly found in diving suits or other waterproof garments. And there's good reason for that. It's water and mildew resistant. Plus it offers this nice soft feel with good breathability. So if you do get dirty on the job or on your weekends, say you're going to the pool or something like that, you don't have to worry about ruining your truck seats. Neoprene is very easy to clean and it's going to keep your seats protected. You'll be able to ward off stains, water damage, and pretty much any other type of abuse that you can throw at them.This is an excellent material if you work or play hard with your truck and you can enjoy what you're doing with the peace of mind that you won't be ruining your seats or having to sit on a towel or something like that on your way home. Plus, since the material is breathable, you're not going to run into the issue that often plagues other seat covers, meaning that you're not going to sweat to death in the summer when it gets hot and they're not going to retain the cold either. They have all the benefits of a nice textile and a little bit of extra something built in.Pricing for the set as you see it here comes in right around $175. And that's about as affordable an option as you're going to be able to find for a set of fitted seat covers. I think it's a really good price. Now, there are more expensive seat covers out there. You could also just go ahead and reupholster your stock seats, but you really have to step up and spend a lot more to get one of those options or even get close to the benefits that these offer. Going with a less expensive option of seat cover might still save some wear and tear, but they're not going to fit as well. They're not going to get all the added benefits these offer.So if you want to have protection and comfort without spending a fortune on new upholstery or a much more expensive set of seat covers, these are going to be just right for you. I know I sound like I'm waxing poetic about them, but I actually think these are pretty darn cool and they're going to make a nice addition to your truck and they're not going to cost you a whole lot of money.Installation is going to get a one out of three on our difficulty meter, and these should only take you about an hour to get done. No tools are even needed here. These are just going to slip right over your factory seats, and they're going to attach with Velcro and some straps on the bottom, some clips. Not much more I can say about it here. So with that, let's go ahead and hand the torch over to one of our AT customers who's going to show you the installation process.Man: Okay, first step is to make sure you've got the passenger... So we're going to start with the passenger side and make sure you look for the label and it tells you which side to start on. This one says passenger and that's the seat. We're going to start with that first. First step is take the headrest off and do that button, pushing in the clip from the side and pull it all the way out. All right, first step is to put the seat cover on. We'll have to unfasten it. And we'll shove this as far back in the back of the seat as we can. All right, then pull it around the seat. It should fit snug. And you want to put these, go ahead and adjust this out where it'll fit all the way under. And you want to run these underneath the seat, but avoid the wiring.Reach under, grab your straps house and pull it tight. There we go, there's one. Start with the back one. This just pulls over. It's got Velcro. It fits snug. We're gonna put them around the latch to hold the head rest on. I like these because they're just a hole and not a slot and they look better. There we go. Perfect. Sweet. Now you want to push this all the way under the seat. That way, the Velcro, you can grab it with the Velcro. We're going to pull down snug. And this part right here is for you if you've got side airbags, which this truck doesn't have them. And it just slides over and Velcro. That's a tight deal. There we go.And now we're gonna do the driver's side. Same procedure, and I'll start with the seat partly on them fastening. Pull them out as far as you can. Pull them forward. And stuff this as far back as you can get him. Now pull these. You also want to make sure that these are lined up same as lined up in the front there. Push these behind the plastic. Now these fasten to the springs up in there. Hard to get in there. With these straps, you gotta be careful. It's up above the motor that the seat goes back and forth. You don't want to hang up them wires. Now fasten it. Tie this one up. This one's harder to do because it's got the adjustable seats and that's motorized. So you need to avoid those cables the best you can. Pull it tight. All right.If you fold this Velcro under, it don't get stuck on the seats. These are tight fits, which is a good thing. Now, put them around the latches that hold the headrest on. I just Velcroed this to the back of the seat. Here's the side airbag, which this one don't have it. So I'm just folding it under there. Put this in there. They're a tight fit. They look good once you get them on there. All right, this is for the center seat. And the small one is the seat part in the back, and the biggest one is the back one and it just slides on too. Rasie it up. It's got Velcro also. Pull it down snug until it comes over the latch. See what latches, this Velcro can go on this right here. There we go. Easy peasy. Let's do that first. Pull this down. This one's gonna be the hardest one. That was a tight fit. So get the backside first. They fit snug, that's for sure, but they look good.Jake: That's going to wrap it up here for our review and install of the Rough Country Neoprene Front Seat Covers in Black, fitting 2014 to 2018 Silverado and Sierra 1500s. Thanks so much for watching, and remember for all things Silverado and Sierra, be sure to keep it right here at americantrucks.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features & Specs

      • Custom-Fit Seat Covers
      • Stylish and Comfortable Protection for Your Seats
      • Black Neoprene Construction
      • Made with 4 Layers Including Foam Padding and Polyester Shell
      • Water-Resistant Layer Prevents Growth of Molds and Mildew
      • Hand-Wash with Mild Soap Recommended
      • Provisions for Airbags and Seat Adjustments
      • Front Covers Included
      • Fits 2014-2018 Silverado 1500s with Front Bucket Seats

      Description

      Stylish and Comfortable Seat Covers. These Rough Country Neoprene Front Seat Covers; Black are an excellent solution for preserving your seats or hiding worn-out ones. With multiple layers of cushioning, these water-resistant seat covers offer a breathable and comfortable seating surface for you and your passengers. What’s more, this complete set of seat covers is custom designed for a snug and stylish fit.

      Comfortable Moisture Barrier. Among the layers of material that makes up these seat covers is the durable and water-resistant neoprene. So, you won’t have to worry about moisture seeping into your factory seats and causing mold and mildew. Aside from preventing moisture from leaking into your factory seats, it also adds a breathable cushioning to keep passengers comfortable, no matter the weather conditions.

      Easy to Fit. It takes no time at all to install these Neoprene Front Seat Covers over your seats. With built-in straps included, there are no tools required as well. That said, you have to make sure that the covers fit as designed to ensure that the airbag and seat adjustment are not compromised.

      Application. These Rough Country Neoprene Front Seat Covers will fit 2014-2018 Silverado 1500s with Front Bucket Seats.

      Fitment:

      Rough Country 91024

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (2) Front Seat Covers
      • (2) Headrest Covers
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