Ruffwear Dirt Bag Seat Cover

Ruffwear Dirt Bag Seat Cover
Ruffwear Dirt Bag Seat Cover
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Dirt Bag Seat Cover by Ruffwear
Ruffwear's Dirt Bag Seat Cover protects your car's backseat from dirty dogs, friends, climbers, and hitchhikers. This durable, waterproof cover fits the backseat of most passenger vehicles, and stuffer cleats and webbing loops ensure a secure fit. Ruffwear integrated access points for seatbelts, and there's a pocket that the whole cover stows into when not in use.

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SKU: RUF003O
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