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How much do truck seat covers cost?

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Seat covers for your truck are an investment. How much you spend varies. They can cost you under $100 for a one-size-fits-most option (if you don’t mind a sloppy fit) and up to $500 for a name-brand custom fit.

There’s no shame in our game, so we’re upfront about our prices. The average TigerTough set of bucket seat covers for trucks costs $287

Here are some of the prices we found in our research:

Brand Cost per pair
Canvasback $140.00
TigerTough $277.00
WeatherTech $299.90
Wet Okole $314.00
ShearComfort CORDURA® $404.99
CoverCraft Endura PrecisionFit $405.99
CoverCraft Carhartt SeatSavers $460.99
All specs based on 2023 Ford F150 Regular Cab Bucket Seats

Why do prices vary so much?

Like anything in manufacturing, the cost of all goods is determined by factors like where the item is made (do they outsource it or is it made in the U.S.A.), what materials are used, and how much work goes into making it.

Some of the cheaper options you see on the market aren’t made in America, or they’re made from inferior materials that’ll crap out before your next oil change.

Do you get what you pay for?

Sometimes. But sometimes, you’re paying for a name. 

We reviewed the best work truck seat covers and found that some lesser-known names were some of the better options. 

When you’re looking for seat covers for your truck, we suggest keeping these qualities in mind:

  • Two-piece covers
  • Waterproof
  • Custom fit
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • A strong warranty

Are seat covers worth the investment?

Absolutely. Even if you choose an option that’s $500+ per pair, you’ll come out ahead in the long run, especially when it comes to resale value. 

Don’t believe us? Learn the four ways seat covers save you money, and hit us up if you’re still in disbelief. 

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