The Best Car Seat Cover Materials for Winter

July 17, 2017 / by / 0 Comment

There is not much worse than running through the sleet, snow and bitter wind just to get to your car, jump in and find that your backside freezes as soon as it hits the seat. While a car starter can certainly ensure that your car is nice and toasty when you get in, car seat covers designed for cold weather can help to make sure that your drive is extra comfortable and warm. So, what are the best seat cover materials for the cold months? Here are just a few and their benefits:

Sheepskin Seat Covers

 Sheepskin seat covers, like a wool blanket, envelop you in a feeling of warmth and comfort. With these covers, you won’t feel as if you left the comfort of your bed at all. Designed to keep the elements at bay, sheepskin’s wool fibers will keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Best of all, due to sheepskin’s repellant properties, you don’t have to worry about dirt or bacteria finding home in your seat’s covers.

Velour Seat Covers

 Not only are velour seat covers beautiful and sophisticated, but also, their soft properties and ultra-rich fibers will help keep you warm on those cold January mornings. Don’t worry about spilling hot coffee either, as velour fabric is easy to spot clean.

Saddle Blanket Seat Covers

 Anything with the word “blanket” in its title has to be warm, right? That’s the case with saddle blanket covers, at least. Saddle blanket seat covers are made from tightly woven olefin fabric, which is durable, comfortable and easy to clean—perfect for those cold and wet days.

Say good-bye to the dreaded morning commute, and invest in seat covers designed to keep your backside warm on those cold winter drives. You’ll have everyone in the office wondering why you’re so chipper, relaxed and ready to work at 8 am sharp, all winter long.


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