Danny Gray/King of Fleece

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by KingOfFleece, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. KingOfFleece

    KingOfFleece SplitWeight(tm) waterproof seat covers

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    DG now offers SplitWeight(tm) covers thru their web site as an approved accessory. There will be others in the near future. Aftermarket seat manufactures recognize that their expensive leather seating surfaces need protection. After trial of the KoF product these folks are starting to get on board.

    More information at www.kingoffleece.com on the covers.
    Rated 5 STARS June 2012 Motorcycle Consumer News.
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  2. KingOfFleece

    KingOfFleece SplitWeight(tm) waterproof seat covers

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    Well, this has been nice. Couldn't give away covers to the faithful until one of their own said they were good.
    Flying off the shelf now. Go figure.

    The concept still is valid. If you have an expensive leather seat-look at what the ,manufactures are saying about care and feeding. Rain and sun are the enemy of that leather top.

    Solve the problem simple and easy with a cover engineered to do the job-NOT a coated nylon "baggie". Buy it one time and be done with it.

    There are many testimonials at the web site-several from ADV forum members. Tell you what-if you don't like it send it back for a full refund less shipping.

    Not bragging-just stating fact. In over 600 delivered not one returned for leak-thru. Not one.
    Look at the rest of your "waterproof stuff" purchased over the years. How much of it really was? Yep, me, too.

    Rider Darrell Penning has over 75000 miles on his cover. Keeps his Rick Mayer seat in perfect condition. It'll do the same for you.

    There will be more aftermarket high end makers offering these covers in the near future as they see the benefit to their customers and for their product.

    THX. See vendors section for ADV only offer.

    Jim
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