Made in the USA from 500D Cordura fiber, these seat covers are extremely tough. They’re also super easy to install, and pretty affordable, especially considering that they came with 12 high-quality MOLLE pouches of various types. 6 pouches come with each row of seat covers. (The front and rear are sold separately)

A few months back, I decided that I wanted to get some seat covers for my Jeep. The main reason was to preserve the leather and the fabric, also to make them a bit more weather and dirt resistant. I also was really tired of seeing the Call of Duty logo on my seats. I bought the Modern Warfare II edition Wrangler because of the features it had. In it’s stock configuration, it’s got more than any standard Rubicon. While I am a fan of the Call of Duty franchise of games, I don’t like being a rolling billboard for a game. So covering up the logos on my seats seemed like a good bonus to the main purpose of protecting my seats.

I came across a picture of the King’s Arsenal seat covers online, and thought it’d be pretty sweet to have the extra storage as well as the protection of a seat cover. After speaking with the guys at King’s, they talked me into buying the new Kryptek Typhon pattern version. (Also available in Kryptek Mandrake, and Kryptek Highlander)

I originally had planned on going with black, keeping with the silver and black theme of my Jeep, but decided to trust their judgement and go with the new pattern. To be completely honest, I figured if I didn’t like the pattern, I could just sell them on Craig’s list or something and order another set in black. I was quite surprised and pleased with the results.

As you can see from the pictures, the Kryptek Typhon looks amazing! I get compliments on the seat covers almost daily when I have the top and the doors off the Jeep. I’m not one to be an attention seeker with that kind of stuff, but it’s a great feeling when you pull in somewhere and someone compliments your Jeep. Just based on that, I would recommend these if you’re looking for seat covers.

The covers are manufactured by CoverKing and they’re REALLY worth the money. They make them for almost every configuration of vehicle you could imagine. When I ordered them, I had to specify about 4 different things regarding features of this particular year and model vehicle to make sure they were 100% the right fit. And because of their attention to detail in making them, they couldn’t fit any better.

Since testing them out the first few weeks, I’ve already been in a really muddy situation after a rifle training class in the rain and once dry, the mud just vacuumed right up and left ZERO sign that it was ever there. I can’t even imagine the damage I would have done to the actual seats had I not had these installed.

I’ll be doing a full in-depth review in the next week or two with a video highlighting the features and installation of the covers. As always, if you have any questions in the meantime, or anything in particular you want me to cover, let me know at

Check them out at the King’s Arsenal Store