10 Best Leather Seat Covers
10 Best Leather Seat Covers
5 (100%) 12 vote[s]
Big Ant Beige-Flexible
Healthy Material
Breathable Features
Easy to Install
Big Ant Black-Flexible
Healthy Material
Breathable Features
Easy to Install
FH Group Black
2 front bucket covers
Side airbag compatible
Rear bench covers
FH Group Tan
Easy To Wipe Clean
Color: Tan
Semi-Universal
FH Group Solid
2 front bucket covers
Quality Faux Leather
Unique Stitching Design
Auto Expressions
Color: Red
Improves comfort
Protect The Seats
Leader Accessories V
Color: V - Black
Safety
Elegant
Leader Accessories X
Color: X - Black
Sideless Design
Protection & Decoration
Big Ant Universal Fit
Waterproof PU
4-Point Nonslip Feature
Quick Installation
Big Ant Sleek Design
Comfortable Features
Sleek Design
2 Small Pocket

Many people like leather seats for many reasons, and they can also give a car a more solid appearance. However, leather seats can be quite impractical and expensive, that is why many car owners tend to choose covers over their seats made of another material. If you have not yet decided on what kind of upholstery for covers to choose, below I enumerated pros of genuine leather.

Pros of leather for car’s seat covers:

  • They are difficult to get dirty: leather is much harder to get dirty than any fabric upholstery;
  • Genuine leather is resistant to common dirt and liquid stains;
  • Easy to clean: such covers have a smooth and silky surface, making it very easy to clean;
  • It has a pleasant odor: unlike fabric upholstery, leather seat covers do not absorb any odors but offer a distinct scent, which many people call the aroma of a “new car”;
  • This material has a soft, thick layer that provides cushioning and support, making it very comfortable to sit at;
  • Leather can reduce the number of allergens in a car, as dust and dirt do not stick to leather covers as much as a fabric upholstery;

Do leather covers damage car seats?

The most controversial opinion among car owners: some believe that leather covers (no matter natural or synthetic) must be covered with something protective as well, and others believe that covers cause the accelerated wear and tear of seat covers. I think both groups are quite reasonable. Leather material is very sensitive to scratches, so you may want to cover the covers. However, if you use cheap leather covers then you don’t have to invest money into other covers.

Make sure to take care after leather seat covers to maintain its elasticity and durability. Covers made of synthetic animal skin must be fixed so you could sit without squirming resulting in scratches.

Taking into account all the above-mentioned facts about genuine leather seat covers, I’ve tested a few leather materials by the popular U.S. manufacturers. The results are given below, the best materials were included to my top. I hope these materials will help to choose the leather seat covers for cars.

Some of the best leather seat covers, according to the tests by Leather-Toolkits:

  1. Big Ant has a nice beige color. This is a healthy, breathable material for leather seats and it is great for simple installation;
  2. Big Ant is another black-flexible, healthy material good for installation;
  3. FH Group Black is a set of 2 front bucket covers, with the side airbag compatible and rear bench covers;

I also recommend such brands for leather cover seats: Auto Expressions, Leader Accessories.

Instruction: How to Install Leather Seat Cover?

I’ve also attached the video instruction for installing leather seat covers in a car if you are interested. Make sure to leave your feedback on this issue. I will upload new videos and reviews here.


Hello, my name is Steve and I’m an author of the blog “Leather Toolkits“. The beauty is in simplicity, so learn, train, and make your life maximally simple by creating things that will please people for many years. Let your hobby grow into something more and make this world brighter! Hope, in this blog you will find answers to all of your questions.

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5 Comments

  1. Leather seat covers are a great way to preserve your car and the seat underneath. Not only that, but they are also extremely comfortable to sit on. I put leather seat covers in my car and there is no way that I would ever go back to simply regular seats.

  2. The only way to travel is with leather seats. They feel amazing as you drive and also protect your seat from damage inside the car. A perfect option for someone who loves to travel.

  3. I drive very often. My car is pretty much always in use. Leather seat covers are not an option for me. They are an absolute necessity. Nothing else offers the same level of protection.

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