*Sold as Singles. Order 2 for a matched pair. 

• 100% Genuine Shearling
• Australian sheepskin & wool
• Fits any vehicle with removable headrests

• Cotton backing to protect original upholstery
• Quick and easy installation
Length: 52" (132cm) Width: 14" (35cm)
• Wool pile ~ 3/4" (18mm)
• *Headrests must be removeable

Vest Car Seat Cover

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Customer Reviews

Based on 53 reviews
John Pearson
Very comfortable seat!

Fits our older Rav 4 seat very well. No seat heater on this older model. Was hoping for warmer seat in this cold weather. Once the wool warms up it’s nice!

Vest car seat cover

I’m loving the seat cover, haven’t had to turn on my seat heater yet this winter. It’s a much higher quality cover than I expected, with the suede padded backing. It’s thicker than I expected, so it has to be positioned just right, otherwise it feels a bit like you’re falling off the side of it, as it doesn’t come out to the edges of the seat. It does stay in place very well though, and it has a nice dense pile, so I feel like it will last a long time. Thanks for making such a great quality product!

Blair Haverstock
Warm for winter

I drive an older Tacoma with non heated leather seats and it was quite unpleasant last winter in Saskatchewan. I haven't installed it yet but will soon. My daughter loves hers in an even older vintage Tacoma.

Terry f
Quick delivery

Received the 2 vests very fast, now just need to install them with grommets,any suggestions on grommets? I’m thinking it may be best to mark the headrest posts then visit a upholstery shop for the best results.(?). Thx TF

James Savage
Good quality but....

This sheepskin vest appears to be of good quality but, as a 'universal fit' item there's always modification to be done to make it fit adequately. I've made the appropriate adjustments so it seems to fit my 2005 Mustang convertible fairly well however, it would be nice if the seat portion of the vest was a little wider. You need to cut holes into the vest to allow your removable headrest to hold it in place by re-inserting the headrest posts through the holes back into position. Although this was intuitively obvious, there is no mention of it anywhere.