The hunt for leather car seat covers that will protect your car's seat fabric, look good, and fit well sometimes feels like searching for a Leprechaun. We understand how elusive they can be.
The last thing you want is to settle for some seat covers you think may do the job, but end up falling apart or hanging loosely from the seat like a child wearing an oversized wetsuit. The child will grow into the wetsuit one day, but your seat will never fit oversized covers.
In response to these legitimate concerns, we have compiled a shortlist of excellent leather car seat covers. Our picks are quite different in terms of style but all are very well made. We just advise that you double and triple check your car seat size against those of the seat covers. The number one reason for grumpy customers is ill-fitting covers. This is closely followed by poor quality, but our choices eliminate that issue.
It's worth pointing out that none of the products below are actual leather. One reason for this is because of traceability issues with leather products, and we don't wish to promote leather goods that involve animal cruelty. However, the other reason is that faux leather car seats are much easier to care for, which is better for you.
Related: Our overall guide to the best car seat covers
The best leather car seat covers:
Best budget leather car seat covers
Made in the UK, these leather-style seat covers have an elasticated universal fit that is suitable
Best premium leather seat cover set
These do an exceptional job of breathing some style into a car's interior. They are available with
Best leather seat covers for vans
UK Custom Covers make fully tailored car seat covers, specific to certain models. These particular
For something a bit out there
Don't worry, these aren't all show and no go. They certainly look outrageous and are available in
Best suede seat covers
Unlike the others here, these are not full wraparound covers. Instead, they fit simply over the
Best sheepskin seat covers
Granted, these are not leather covers or even real sheepskin for that matter. But they are soft
How to clean leather car seat covers
Because these are all synthetic material, the task of cleaning is made very easy. With the faux sheepskin covers, you can simply put them in the washing machine on a delicate cycle. For the others, wiping with a damp cloth to remove loose dirt will do the trick. For stains, a quality interior upholstery cleaner will help you out. Check out our article on the best upholstery cleaners that actually work.