Who has them and how do you like them? Bought some but returned them as they did not fit right/arm rest.
I have a 2003 Sequoia with gray leather interior. Typical problem: cracked seat leather and the armrests wore through to the foam. I live in Houston and there are a lot of auto upholstery shops around town. Took mine to a hole-in-the wall shop I found on Facebook Marketplace (searched Auto Upholstery) and had them replace only the worn out surfaces with gray vinyl which will never wear out. I had them do only the two front seats where your behind touches, and the backrest where your back touches (but not the rear of the seat because that was okay), and the side of the seat which was cracked near the power seat adjustment knobs. And of course they re-covered the two front arm rests. I like the vinyl better than leather actually because I know it's just really durable and feels similar to leather. Cost for all that was around $400 or $500 I believe. So glad I did it. You also need to consider the air bags that I think might be incorporated in the seat. How will those work if you go with seat covers? Not too well, which is why I replaced my worn out leather with vinyl.Who has them and how do you like them? Bought some but returned them as they did not fit right/arm rest.
If you're putting a seat cover over leather, I would suggest putting in a layer of kitchen drawer liner, specifically the rubbery kind, between the seat and the cover. This gives the cover something to grip on so it won't slide as easily and isn't thick enough to feel through the cover.Tried 3 different seat covers to protect the new leather. The last version almost fit, but it still will pop out of place if I twist and slide out of the seat.