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Sadly, I got an EX-T instead of a higher trim level to get the leather seats. I was wondering if anyone could recommend seat covers they're using, preferably black. Thanks!
 

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Leather gets so hot in the summer and **** cold in the winter. Your profile doesn't show where you are from.
 

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Just make sure when you clean them to use an automotive interior cleaner, just to make sure nothing gets damaged since they're known to be formulated with various materials in mind.
 

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guys, any update on this?
i've got ex with cloth and little kid, want to get some covers with good quality

my first car with cloth seats tho
 

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I priced replacement leather seat covers; $1200 leatherseats.com install yourself. $2400 katzkins from local shop installed. I would do the self install, the covers look identical and I am way too cheap to pay someone $1200 for something I know I can do.
 

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A lot of guys on our S2000 forum use the WetOkole seat covers to cover their leather seats. They are made from diving suit material, pretty much bulletproof and give a tight fit. They make all kinds for Civics, not sure if they have started on the 10th gen version yet but it looks like some will fit. I love my leather seats in my Touring model, yes they are cold in winter and hot in summer, but leather seats always offer more support than cloth if you have a back that benefits/prefers firmer support seats.
http://www.wetokole.com/mm5/merchan...egory_Code=HONDA&CpField=vmodel&CpValue=Civic
 

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yea i was thinking of making a cushion to go over the rear seats so i could fit 5 in the car, and i was interestered in gettin exact fabrix, but not anymore :( also maybe check a jumnk yard, if theres any es there
 
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