One Industries Toughtek Seat Cover

$60.00
3.30 out of 5 stars
 
One Industries Toughtek Seat Cover
One Industries Toughtek Seat Cover
  • Description
  • Reviews (9)
  • Q&A (4)
  • Fitment
  • The Toughtek seat cover incorporates the proven performance of our Technogrip seat cover with the added durability of reinforced Toughtek side panels.
  • Endorsed by the top factory teams, the Toughtek seat cover is proven to last.
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Overall 1 out of 5 stars
Location: Hood River, OR
kbkb
Big $$ . Poor Quality

This is a great looking seat cover. HOWEVER I bought this thinking it would be durable... it didn't make it longer than a week before it tore in several places. Super disappointed. The stock cover I replaced was in better shape after 3 years than this one after a week. Major Bummer.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
TeamKermit
FIVE STAR

This is a very good seat cover. The look and feel of this cover is excellent, very easy to install and fits up very nice

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Top 500 Contributor
Location: Lansing NY
lowmass
Got grip?

Most stock seat covers do not have enough rubber in the seat cover material to be "grippy". They are more plastic than rubber. Slip-n-slide anyone? I found this covers grip to be close to perfect. Problem now is how to keep my pants from being pulled down during hard acceleration ! 5 star performance, 4 star fit and finish.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
MarkO141

Great traktion, pulled my pants down the first couple of rides until it broke in now it works very well

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: RINCON PUERTORICO
dany
Un estilo brutal y se ajusta bien

Overall 3 out of 5 stars
Location: Harwich, MA
Daltoneious
Not that tough

this seat cover is decent. it has extra thick material on the sides to try to make it last longer, but there's a seam half way down the side of the seat cover. on both sides of mine it began to seperate at the seam, most likely from gripping it with my knees. this began to happen within only a few rides. now the seat gets water logged if i'm not careful when washing. good idea, but needs a little re-working.

Overall 1 out of 5 stars
Location: SF Bay, CA
crfxmoto
Don't do it

After being hesitant with this purchase, I am sad to say I wish I hadn't. Someone else already warned us of the poor quality seat cover that tears easily. Mine tore within 3 hours of use. I like One Industries products but I don't recommend their seat cover. too bad as it looks pretty good

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Santa barbara California Ya Ya
jdog
Thing is nice

the best seat cover if racing in dry dustie tracks to wet muddy tracks and everything else. Thing is so good you dont move you position yourself were you want to be and the seat cover keeps you there be like the pros use this seat cover and buy it from motosport outlet thier the best.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Savannah, GA
robhall
Great seat cover

This is a quality seat cover. Grips great.

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Zacky Over 5 years ago
Can i do this?
I like the OEM seat on my CRF 250R and want to get an all black seat for my bike. Is this going to make the seat any stiffer. If it is where can i get a black seat that feels like the OEM One?
Top 500 Contributor
Over 5 years ago Location: Lansing NY
lowmass
It will not make the seat stiffer. That is a function of the foam. This is a very good seat cover, much better than stock Honda in grip. However the stock seat covers are WAY better than any of the aftermarket covers in fit and finish. If looks are a big deal you cannot beat the perfect fitted tayloring of stock covers. Thats not to say these are bad looking. They are just not a perfectly taylored as the stock. Performance is another thing. This cover is the best I have ever used. Near perfect combination of grip and slip.
Essery Over 6 years ago
Does the seat rip the seams in the riding pants?
ive heard that in some gripper seats that the seams in some pants will rip
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland, OR
james718
I've never heard of that happening.
dirtbikeracer122005 Over 6 years ago
How do you put these on?
Do you have to staple these to the bottom? How is the easiest way to do this?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago
BOB3
You can find detailed directions in the from of a video and a PDF file here http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/tv.php
Over 5 years ago Location: MAUI
Mcduuuugal808
yes its reccomended to staple with heavy duty 6mm staples from the bottom. My local upholstery shop installed it for 30$
Andrew240 Over 6 years ago
Will the seat cover work with a bump seat?
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Por+land
Drewski
Depends on how tall the bump is.. It's going to be a pretty tight fit for sure though and the top material isn't really cut to accommodate a seat bump.
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