Best fitting aftermarket seat covers for cloth seats?

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What is the best fitting aftermarket seat cover, and no you think the cloth on the higher level trim will be better?

Is there even a "best" or is there only adequate and bad in the aftermarket brands?
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Had great luck with Wet Okole on multiple vehicles (Escape, XTerra, Frontier, Mazda3) always fit right, very durable. Some have issues with them, but I have been very happy.
 

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A lot of people in the Jeep community swear by Bartact. I am sure they will have a Bronco line. We have leather so I don't run covers but thought I would throw that out there if you wanted to do a little "review" research.
 
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Somebody is going to make money off of me if I can't get the rubber on the base.

I will spurge and get the best fitting 2nd skin, can't tell it's even on version. I have resigned myself to have to do this, and live with carpeting as well. because I'm sure Ford will not let us upgrade. They would have said so if we could already.

Also, wit the money saved not getting the BD I could even upgrade the tire and wheel combo and still come out way ahead if I wanted to.

Ford has a chance to make more money, but they want to make a lot more, and i'm going to spend less and buy aftermarket.

In the end it's Ford that loses
 
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A lot of people in the Jeep community swear by Bartact. I am sure they will have a Bronco line. We have leather so I don't run covers but thought I would throw that out there if you wanted to do a little "review" research.
I have them in my Jeep and I highly recommended them.
 

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Better question is if there will be any good fitting quality waterproof covers that don't cover up the MOLLE panels on the back of the front seats.
 

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Better question is if there will be any good fitting quality waterproof covers that don't cover up the MOLLE panels on the back of the front seats.

I think some of the Bartact covers have MOLLE panels built in... so it's a wash. :)
 

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I hope we can get Escape gear to make covers for the Bronco. I love the ones I have on my Land Rover.
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