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Best Hunting Seat Covers for Your Truck

Dog on camo seat covers

Let’s just get this out of the way: Camo alone doesn't make a seat cover suitable for hunting

What do we mean? 

Adding camo to a standard seat cover doesn't prepare it for hunting. That’s like painting your truck like a police cruiser and saying it’s ready to patrol the streets. It's about the right features and build, not just the appearance.

So we’ll sift through the best hunting seat covers for trucks. We'll look beyond the camouflage and assess what really matters: durability, functionality, and whether they can stand up to the challenges of hunting life. Whether you’ve got a budget to stick to or you're ready to splurge, we've got you covered. By the end of this, you’ll have all the info you need to choose a seat cover that’s not just a pretty face in the woods but a real workhorse, just like you.

So, buckle up, and let’s get into it.

Carhartt 

Covercraft camo covers

We all love Carhartt. Their RealTree Camo Seat Covers are just their SeatSavers with a different pattern on the fabric. We can give a pretty accurate overview since we’ve had our hands on these and installed them in a vehicle.

Price: $466

Pros

You know exactly what these seat covers will feel like. They’re made of the same Carhartt duck cotton you know and love. There’s nothing unexpected or surprising about these covers.

Cons

We’ve done a lot of homework on Carhartt’s seat covers, so we’re pretty familiar with them. 

These covers don’t have a separate back and bottom, so they shimmy a lot. They’re not waterproof (which is pretty important for hunting seat cover). They’re not made exclusively in America and are not as durable as CORDURA®️.

Verdict

If you’re brand loyal and love what Carhartt stands for–go for it! But you might not be getting the most durable cover on the market, and you’ll be buying the most expensive one we’re reviewing. Over $400 to match your jacket to your seat covers seems a little extreme, but who are we to judge?

Carhartt

Cost

$466

Material

Cotton Duck

Waterproof

Airbag Safe

☑️

Camo Patterns

2

Where are they made?

U.S. and Mexico

Seatback Pockets

Warranty

Limited two-year

Return Info

30 days to return with 20% restocking fee

  

Saddleman

Saddleman camo covers

The name Saddleman conjures up the image of a cowboy emerging from a hazy fog after vanquishing villains from a nearby town, so naturally, we’re drawn to these seat covers.

Price: $228

Pros

These are made in America, which we love (and we’d expect nothing less of a cowboy). Saddleman stands by their products and offers lifetime support. This means that you can send your covers to them for repairs for the product's lifetime for a small fee. There were only six reviews, but all of those customers seem thrilled with their covers.

Cons

Saddleman doesn’t say what their covers are made from (beyond polyester), so you can’t determine their durability. They’re also not waterproof. And like the Carhartt, they don’t have separate pieces, so the fit won’t be as secure as it could be.

Verdict

We’re not sold either way on these. Since they’re American-made and at the bottom of the price point, they’re probably worth trying.

Saddleman

Cost

$228

Material

Polyester

Waterproof

Airbag Safe

☑️

Camo Patterns

11

Where are they made?

U.S.

Seatback Pockets

Warranty

Limited two-year

Return Info

30 days with restocking fee

 

Northwest Seat Covers

Northwest camo covers

We weren’t super familiar with Northwest, so we were intrigued when it popped up in our Search. Northwest has been making seat covers since 1997, and we enjoyed reviewing what they offer.

Although they don’t specifically state it, these are made in Canada. We contacted their customer service team, and they confirmed that the covers are made in Vancouver, BC.

Price: $395

Pros

Northwest uses 600-Denier fabric for their hunting seat covers. Knowing the fabric's denier is so helpful because it will tell you how strong it is. 600 is decent, but we’d prefer to see something in the 800-1000 range.

Northwest also provides a two-year warranty that’s more generous than most–they’ll fix or replace a seat cover that experiences wear due to normal use. And bonus: they have videos showing that their seat covers are airbag compatible. 

Cons

Ok…we were on #teamnorthwest until we read the website section that says you need to CUT YOUR OWN HOLES in the seat cover for things like headrest posts and latch holes. That’s a big no-no for seat covers because it compromises the seat cover's integrity. 

Verdict

As Grandpa always said: never buy a seat cover you need to stab.

Northwest is a pretty expensive seat cover, but their fit does look good. We also love their generous warranty, but we’re not sure we’d recommend them without knowing a little more.

Northwest

Cost

$395

Material

600-Denier Polyester

Waterproof

☑️

Airbag Safe

☑️

Camo Patterns

4

Where are they made?

Canada

Seatback Pockets

Warranty

Generous two-year

Return Info

20% restocking fee

Sportsman Camo Covers

Sportsman Seat Covers

We’re always happy to find another U.S.-based seat cover company using CORDURA®️. Sportsman has been in business since 1999, making their covers in good ole Mississippi.

Price: $295

Pros

As mentioned, we love that these are made in America. We also appreciate that they’re made from CORDURA®️. These covers look great! 

Cons

Even though these are CORDURA®️, they’re only made with 500-denier. That’s not the best it could be. Sportsman also says that their seat covers are padded and quilted. While padding might be great, it degrades over time and can make the seat cover baggy. Quilting looks great, but every seam makes the seat cover less durable. 

And if you go with a solid color from Sportsman, know that they are nonrefundable and nonreturnable. 

Verdict

It’s hard for us not to like this company. They’re doing great things. We’d love to see a better return policy and a stronger denier without padding and quilting…but then they’d just be a Mississippi version of TigerTough. Since their price point is lower than most, we’d give them a try.

Sportsman

Cost

$295

Material

500-Denier CORDURA

Waterproof

☑️

Airbag Safe

☑️

Camo Patterns

11

Where are they made?

U.S.

Seatback Pockets

Warranty

Unknown time manufacturer's warranty

Return Info

90 days and $10 restocking fees. Solid colors are nonrefundable.

Kryptek by Coverking  

Kryptek by Coverking

Kryptek camo seat covers

The Kryptek seat covers are made by Coverking, but specifically for hunters. According to a Coverking customer service rep, these are the same covers as Coverkings’s Neosupreme covers. Since Kryptek’s website info is…cryptic…we’ll use the Coverking’s site info.

Price: $320

Pros

The design on the Kryptek seat covers is unique, and there’s a variety of colors to choose from. They also include a back seat pocket on their covers, typically an additional fee. 

Cons

You’re paying $100+ more for the Kryptek pattern on your seats. (Coverking’s Neosupreme covers cost around $220 when this was published.)

Since these are not made of neoprene, they’re not totally waterproof.

Verdict

If you can get them on sale, go for it. Otherwise, we suggest going with the Coverking version in color you can live with. It might not be camo, but it’s literally the same otherwise.

Kryptek by Coverking

Cost

$320

Material

Unknown

Waterproof

Airbag Safe

☑️

Camo Patterns

10

Where are they made?

U.S. and Mexico

Seatback Pockets

☑️

Warranty

Limited two-year

Return Info

30 days with a 15% restocking fee

 

ShearComfort

ShearComfort camo covers

We’re also no strangers to ShearComfort. We did a side-by-side comparison of the 1000-Denier ShearComfort vs. TigerTough. The ShearComfort Realtree Camo seat covers are super similar in specs to Northwest’s seat covers: 600-Denier, DWR top coat, PU undercoat, etc. We asked, and although they are similar, ShearComfort and Northwest each make their own covers. There’s no manufacturing overlap that we could find.

Price: $395

Pros

They are pretty easy to install, and they come with a seatback pocket. These look great in the stock photos, but we haven’t had our hand on these particular covers. However, reviewers love them.

Cons

ShearComfort uses different fabrics on the front of the seat covers than the backs. When we asked customer service about this, they said their solid camo seat covers use the same material around the whole seat. So if you don’t want varying materials, order the solid camo versions. The one thing we don’t love is that these are close to $400 for a set. 

Verdict

We don’t love ‘em or hate ‘em. If you end up buying them, let us know what you think. We’d love to hear you out.

ShearComfort

Cost

$395

Material

600-Denier Polyester

Waterproof

☑️

Airbag Safe

☑️

Camo Patterns

4

Where are they made?

North America

Seatback Pockets

☑️

Warranty

Limited two-year

Return Info

30 days

 

Marathon Seat Covers

Marathon camo covers

Why are we nervous writing about Marathon seat covers? Because Marathon is an intimidating brand and a division of Covercraft. They’ve got a heck of a reputation, are made in Montana, and people love them. They also have customizations that you can add, like a bow holder.

Price: $315 (price include adding headrest covers)

Pros

They’re made in America (can you tell that we’re into that?), and from CORDURA®️. They’re a small company of around 30 people, so you feel good supporting them. They also have a 4-year limited warranty on seat covers. Limited means that the warranty is at Marathon’s discretion. However, this is still the longest warranty we’ve seen.

Cons

We had to search for something negative to say about Marathon, but if we had to be one thing, they don’t offer returns. Once the fabric is cut, it’s yours. They will possibly accept returns with a 50% restocking fee.

Verdict

If we didn’t work for TigerTough, we’d buy these. That return policy is intense, though, so be prepared to keep them.

Marathon

Cost

$270

Material

CORDURA (unknown denier)

Waterproof

☑️

Airbag Safe

☑️

Camo Patterns

14

Where are they made?

U.S.

Seatback Pockets

Warranty

Limited four-year

Return Info

50% restocking fee

TigerTough

TigerTough camo seat covers

We’re based in Minnesota and all of our seat covers are made on U.S. soil by American men and women. We strive to make seat covers the blue-collar world can be proud of. Since we focus on trucks and heavy equipment, we design every seat cover to withstand major abuse.

Price: $319

Pros

Our camo seat covers are made of 900-denier polyester and can withstand tools, pets, and spills. We offer an unconditional two-year warranty–it doesn’t matter how you ruin them. We’ll repair or replace them. 

Cons

The camo version of our seat covers isn’t made of CORDURA®️ like our solid-color options. So they’ll still be durable as heck and offer the same great warranty. 

Verdict

Not the cheapest seat covers, but still on the lower end of the pricing scale. We offer the best warranty out of all these hunting covers–that’s not an opinion, it’s just fact. If you’d like a third-party review, check out what HuntTested had to say about TigerTough.

TigerTough

Cost

$319

Material

900-Denier Polyester

Waterproof

☑️

Airbag Safe

☑️

Camo Patterns

5

Where are they made?

U.S.

Seatback Pockets

Optional

Warranty

Unconditional two-year

Return Info

30 days, no restock fee

Summary

In the hunt for the perfect seat covers, remember, they're not all built for the same game. The ideal choice for your hunting adventures should tick these boxes:

  • Totally waterproof for those unexpected elements
  • Easy to clean after a day in the wild
  • Supported by a robust warranty and a fair return policy
  • Proudly crafted in the USA

Don't get trapped with seat covers that can't keep up with your hunting lifestyle. You need resilient, cost-effective options to endure years of outdoor excursions, ultimately saving you money in the long run. And for those who hunt with a four-legged friend, be sure to check out our review of the best backseat bench covers for dogs – they're a game-changer.

So, as you scout the options for truck seat covers, tailor your choice to fit your hunting needs and budget. Make a choice that’s not just good for now but one that stands as your reliable partner in every hunting journey. 

 

Carhartt Saddleman Northwest Sportsman Kryptek by Coverking ShearComfort Marathon TigerTough
Cost $466 $22 $395 $295 $320 $395 $315 $319
Material Cotton Duck Polyester 600-Denier Polyester 500-Denier Polyester Unknown 600-Denier Polyester CORDURA (unknown denier) 900-Denier Polyester
Waterproof ☑️ ☑️ ☑️ ☑️ ☑️
Airbag Safe ☑️ ☑️ ☑️ ☑️ ☑️ ☑️ ☑️ ☑️
Camo Patterns 2 11 4 11 10 4 14 5
Where are they made? U.S. and Mexico U.S. Canada U.S. U.S. and Mexico North America U.S. U.S.
Seatback Pockets ☑️ ☑️ Optional
Warranty Limited two-year Limited two-year Generous two-year Unknown Limited two-year Limited two-year Limited four-year Unconditional two-year
Return Info 30 days with 20% restock fee 30 days with restock fee 20% restock fee 90 days and $10 restock fee (solid colors are nonrefundable) 30 days with 15% restock fee 30 days 50% restock fee 30 days

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