Top 3 Waterproof Seat Covers for Surfers

Posted on Jul 24 2017 - 7:48am by Desk of Editor

If you’re the type of person that loves to wake and surf before going to work each morning, or to hit the waves after a grueling day on the job, you understand how frustrating it can be to finish a relaxing session, only to find that your car seats refuse to dry. Waterproof seat covers can do away with that feeling of frustration, and ensure that when you hop into your car the next day, dressed and ready for work, you don’t get a wet pant-seat in the process.

Best Waterproof Seat Covers for Cars

The following are the best seat covers for surfers:

Hawaiian Seat Covers

Hawaiian seat covers had to make first on the list, for obvious reasons. Being the state in which surfing was born, it makes sense for one of the most water repellant seat covers to be named after it. With an island-inspired look, these covers come in both neoprene and neosurpreme materials, both of which provide nearly 100% waterproof properties. While neoprene is made of synthetic rubber and neosupreme is a blend of polyester and neoprene, each is easy to clean and comfortable.

Tactical Seat Covers

Tactical seat covers are practical for the driver that wants to do it all. From surfing first thing in the morning to catching a meeting at 9 am, and from fine dining on Friday night to camping out on Saturday, tactical seat covers offer durable and breathable fabric that can easily be treated for water and stain-resistance. With these seat covers, you can have your adventure and take care of business too.

Universal Seat Covers

Universal seat covers offer convenient and on-the-go protection. Available in towel fabrics and canvas, these covers were made for surfers, as both materials are easy to clean and can be treated for water- and stain-resistance. As with the two previously mentioned seat cover materials, towel and fabric canvases are not only practical, but also, they’re comfortable too!

With these surfer-friendly seat covers, you no longer have to risk a wet pant-seat after hitting the waves. Surf’s up!