I don't think I'm going to be able to wait until the next Wet Okole group buy, so how about some pics of TTs with Wet Okoles installed.
for Wet Okole's, i don't think you can get the covers to look like the first picture. you can do the second combo if you don't put a cover on your headrest. the third combo, with black on the outside and white on the inside with white piping, is exactly what wet okole can do. teh fourth picture, i'm not sure is wet okole can do...can't remember if they do two-tone without black being the outside color. i may be wrong on all my assumptions, but i know with almost 100% certainty that Wet Okole can do the third option.OK. I guess asking for pics was asking for too much. :lol:
So, I'll post some potential color combos. Thoughts? Suggestions? I think I like the first one the best, although these samples are leather, not Okole.
The Okoles have a covered slit provision for the airbag equipped FJ's.what about the airbags, I think I remember my TT seats having an airbag tag, and i thought it meant they had airbags in the side of the seat which meant no seat covers, but I could be completely off. I'll double check again.
i've had mine on for a few months now and they still look great! i have cleaning solution, which you are supposed to do regularly, but i haven't used it yet, except for an initial coating before i installed them. the grey does not match perfectly, but it is damn close. before they were installed, they looked much darker than the factory grey. after they were installed, it looks almost perfect.Great advise guys thanks!
Does grey show dirt badly too? FloJo, does the grey match the grey in the FJ well?
hey.. someone put a trd on your seat..
I ended up ordering my Okoles in all black. I would have done black outside and white inside, but that would show dirt and wear so much more - a lesson I learned from my last xterra with Okoles - black outside, matching yellow inside. Those showed dirt badly and had to be washed constantly - because I was real picky about appearance there.
Black all around - more function than form - excellent protection with less worry about staining as they get used.
Good luck in your decision tho.
What is it that you don't like about the Cabo Cruisers..fit, durability, practicality, cost? If it is the color (as in the pic), I undertand and agree. I would go for perforated black in the seat bottom and black as well. What vendor and style are you considering?Yeah, i am not a fan of the Cabo Cruiser seats. I am going to end up getting black with perforated black inserts.
I like the picture of the first seat you posted.
Ask and ye shall receive. Just got them today and put them in. Took me about two hours as it was a much more involved install than my xterra ones were. The custom decals are iron-ons but mighty cool regardless. Don't know why I thought they were embroidered. What can I say, I'm a tard.Wolf,
When you get your Okoles installed, would you share a few pics?
That's a tough call really. It depends on what you intend their use to be. I think the leather looks better honestly - I'd do a white insert, black outer panels in a leather cover. But for me, I chose the Wet Okoles so I can get in after kayaking or with muddy legs/paws from hiking and if necessary just yank the covers off and wash them. With leather, there's a bigger chance of doing damage if you spill something on them, etc. Wet Okoles even last longer the more you wash them. If you do go the Wet Okole route, be sure to get the "maintenance kit" which includes cleaner, deodorizer, and a UV protectant (they will degrade in direct sunlight faster without it).Thanks for the pics guys! I still haven't made up my mind between Okole and the Cabo Cruiser leather.