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billybob said:
Bought these a year ago, they're a little slick which makes it easier to slide in and out of the car. I have black interior, the covers blend in well with the rest of the cars interior. It comes with an added 1/4 padding, I slipped in an additional 1 inch more foam for added comfort. Only negative thing was it took 7 weeks to get to me. I guess it was a slow boat! http://www.topcar-athens.com/product/subaru_crosstrek_like_carbon_fiber_two_front_custom_car_seat_covers
How are these with the seat heater? Does it make the high setting usable?
 

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The seat heater question was on my mind also. I usually get black interiors, but with $5000 off sticker on the last 2014 on the lot, I went with tan.
 

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billybob said:
Bought these a year ago, they're a little slick which makes it easier to slide in and out of the car. I have black interior, the covers blend in well with the rest of the cars interior. It comes with an added 1/4 padding, I slipped in an additional 1 inch more foam for added comfort. Only negative thing was it took 7 weeks to get to me. I guess it was a slow boat! http://www.topcar-athens.com/product/subaru_crosstrek_like_carbon_fiber_two_front_custom_car_seat_covers
How are these with the seat heater? Does it make the high setting usable?
Living in Orlando, Fl no I don't use the heater. More concern for comfort.
 

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My Wet Okole seat covers don't seem to effect the seat heaters much at all.
-10 this morning, parked outside all night, 10 minutes into my drive I had to switch the heaters to low..

I'm sure it takes a bit longer to feel the warmth, but still works great.

6 months after install, I think the Wet Okole are worth every penny.
 
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