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Old June 21st, 2016, 10:50 PM
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Cordura for series trucks would be very nice to develop, no one is doing it.
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Agreed. We hope to start patterns for Series vehicles late Summer. Stay tuned. Thanks.
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Old June 22nd, 2016, 07:46 AM
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Agreed. We hope to start patterns for Series vehicles late Summer. Stay tuned. Thanks.
Awesome! Someone was doing waterproof cordua for defenders (may have been Badger) and I thought that would be good for soft top series trucks too, when the door tops are off. That black elephant hide in 90+ temps is a PITA literally.....
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Old June 22nd, 2016, 08:05 AM
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Living in Phoenix with a D90 ST, I feel your pain. Only 119 the other day Our Cordura Seat Covers really cut the heat factor amazingly well. Even more so than what I was expecting.

I'll keep everyone posted on our Series progress. Thanks.
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With the tactical seat covers do they also include the map pocket?
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Old September 7th, 2016, 07:17 PM
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Knightsbridge Overland Tactical Front Seat Covers feature Molle/PALS webbing on the front of the seat bottom (between driver/passenger legs), on one side of the driver and passenger seat back and the back side of the seat back.

Middle and Rear Tactical Seat Covers feature Molle/PALS webbing on the front of the seat bottom, on one side of the driver and passenger seat back and the back side of the seat back. Tactical Seat Covers have no pockets.

However, Non-Tactical Front Seat Covers feature a small Leatherman-sized pocket on the front of the seat bottom (between driver/passenger legs), a phone or radio-sized pocket on one side of the driver and passenger seat back and a large map pocket on the back side of the seat back.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Thanks John. This would be for my NAS 90 SW with factory grey seats.
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.... tactical seat covers....

Always cracks me up....
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Thanks John. This would be for my NAS 90 SW with factory grey seats.
Sent you a PM, Frank.
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Always cracks me up....
Yeah, I can see why. Sounds silly. There are tactical hats, pants, backpacks, briefcases, suitcases....at least the Knightsbridge Overland Tactical Seat Covers have Molle/PALS webbing designed by the military and...are now being used by the military.
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Here are a few photos from customers of their Knightsbridge Overland Seat Cover installations. One D90 features our Non-Tactical Seat Covers and the other features Tactical Front and Rear. The 110 has our Non-Tactical version installed. All are in Manchester Grey.
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Here are a few photos from customers of their Knightsbridge Overland Seat Cover installations. One D90 features our Non-Tactical Seat Covers and the other features Tactical Front and Rear. The 110 has our Non-Tactical version installed. All are in Manchester Grey.
Manchester grey is a fantastic name for a color ... The U.K. Can offer a full spectrum of grey options ... I particularly like Clapham Common gloomy grey ... ;-)
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Manchester grey is a fantastic name for a color ... The U.K. Can offer a full spectrum of grey options ... I particularly like Clapham Common gloomy grey ... ;-)
Ha! Yes, I'm familiar with that colour, it's a much deeper, darker - almost stormy grey versus Manchester
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This is a nice install of a customer's NAS D90 Forward Facing Rear Seat - using Knightsbridge Overland Tactical Seat Covers in Tan.
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Looks like your website is down. I'm interested in a set of the blacks for two front seats.
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Looks like your website is down. I'm interested in a set of the blacks for two front seats.
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Thanks for your interest! I checked the Knightsbridge Overland Gear, Handcrafted Seat Covers for Land Rovers web site and it appears to be up and running. Please try again and if you have any trouble whatsoever give me a call/text at 847-414-4999 or email me at john@knightsbridgeoverland.com and I will personally take care of your order. Don't forget to add your Defender Source 10% off discount code at checkout: S66PJIQ8SQEY
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