Go Clazzio! Easy to install and look great!Sounds like you'd need Clazzio PVC vinyl for that stuff. Sparks and several other vendors have some simple ones in stock- call em for quick delivery. Custom ones take a couple months to show up.
I have some cheap e-bay found cloth ones, but they are permeable than I like- even with additional covering added. The Clazzios are worth the extra cost.
I suspect I have the same ones, and the fit and price are both very good -- clearly designed specifically for the xB2. However, like you said, they're far from being spill proof.I have some cheap e-bay found cloth ones, but they are far more permeable than I like- even with additional covering added. The Clazzios are worth the extra cost.
It's appearing as a different supplier? Yes, those fronts do seem a tighter fit, at least in the seat panel area. For those who might think they're just wrinkles, the rear of my fronts have a pocket for maps, papers, or whatever! My rears appear tight, but frankly, I've yet to have anyone back there, I keep the seat backs down for cargo. The "bands" across the top of the seat backs are the scion cargo liner.Mine are the graphite twill (different texture than those shown) and they can be made to fit better than that too-> to be made quite smooth.
These are the same, but w/ plaid added-> since then changed to a different plaid (the red/black Wallace tartan pilled