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Just took delivery of my 02 Red 911 . .love it! Wow, extremmmly fun to drive.

Question: I have been known to were Designer Jeans (True Religions) now and then that have substancial silver buttons on the back pockets. I am concerned that I will eventually scratch or put a hole in my leather seat.

Can anyone recommend a decent looking seat cover ? Not interested in the sheep look . .

Any ideas ?

Thanks

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Just took delivery of my 02 Red 911 . .love it! Wow, extremmmly fun to drive.

Question: I have been known to were Designer Jeans (True Religions) now and then that have substancial silver buttons on the back pockets. I am concerned that I will eventually scratch or put a hole in my leather seat.

Can anyone recommend a decent looking seat cover ? Not interested in the sheep look . .

Any ideas ?

Thanks

Buy difference jeans. My designer jeans (LEVI) don't cause a problem.

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Just took delivery of my 02 Red 911 . .love it! Wow, extremmmly fun to drive.

Question: I have been known to were Designer Jeans (True Religions) now and then that have substancial silver buttons on the back pockets. I am concerned that I will eventually scratch or put a hole in my leather seat.

Can anyone recommend a decent looking seat cover ? Not interested in the sheep look . .

Any ideas ?

Thanks

I use seat covers from Tweeks. They are neoprene-like (probably not real neoprene) and extremely durable. My interior is all black so I have all-black seat covers and they look pretty nice. The bottom piece is not very easy to install, but it stays in place pretty well once you get everything hooked up. I bought them because I would always take my car to work out and getting back into leather seats after a workout was not good.

This link might work for you: http://www.tweeks.com/shop?frame=5.90.4268

They are about $50 for a set of two.

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Just took delivery of my 02 Red 911 . .love it! Wow, extremmmly fun to drive.

Question: I have been known to were Designer Jeans (True Religions) now and then that have substancial silver buttons on the back pockets. I am concerned that I will eventually scratch or put a hole in my leather seat.

Can anyone recommend a decent looking seat cover ? Not interested in the sheep look . .

Any ideas ?

Thanks

I use seat covers from Tweeks. They are neoprene-like (probably not real neoprene) and extremely durable. My interior is all black so I have all-black seat covers and they look pretty nice. The bottom piece is not very easy to install, but it stays in place pretty well once you get everything hooked up. I bought them because I would always take my car to work out and getting back into leather seats after a workout was not good.

This link might work for you: http://www.tweeks.com/shop?frame=5.90.4268

They are about $50 for a set of two.

John, thanks my brother . . This is exactly what I was talking about and looking for. . and the price is excellent. Never thought about the post workout thing but you are right I would not want to get in my 996 all sweaty either . . Guys I know the question sounded shallow . . but my friend ripped the H@ll out the back of his seat with a button . . Thanks again.

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