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Which company makes the best fit for the frontier with no sag or slack, high quality, durable, etc

Tell us based on your experience(s) in this area? Which would you buy or buy again if needed?

post pictures if you have them

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Having never bought seatcovers in my 38 years of driving...I ended up buying Wet Okole for my KC and am pleased with the fit & appearance.
Two things sealed the deal for me:
1) In my research I found I could order a manually inflatable lumbar support (+$29/seatcover)...something I knew I'd appreciate in my SV.
2) I found a cool (to me) carbon fiber pattern which one-upped the typical 2-tone that are widely available.

I also opted for several additional pockets that I may or may not ever use.
I went w/ Neoprene due to its durability. Neoprene has several folks saying they can be warm in the Summer. This is still a semi-concern on my end since I installed them in the Fall '16. Worth noting that Neospreme is not Neoprene.
~$350 = front KC seats + headrest covers + (1) manually adjustable lumbar support + assorted pockets + shipping
Yeah, a bit pricey. Fairly easy install w/ supplied instructions and online videos.

Scroll down to see the available patterns:

Nissan Frontier Pattern Seat Covers - Wet Okole Hawaii

Here is link to their manual lumbar support:

Seat Cover Lumbar Pumps for Back Support - Wet Okole Hawaii

This inflatable bladder required a bit of finagling to get it into the right spot for comfort's sake.
 

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First, define best.

I have CoverKing seat covers to protect the cloth seats which invariably would get stained with dirt and sweat. I don't care if they are the best or not, but they were the best value that I could find. They have been just fine in almost four years of ownership. Good prices at costco.com The only fit issues have been with the panels for the side airbags, which sometimes become misaligned.

If you really want the best, go to a good auto upholstery shop and have them craft a bespoke set to your specifications. But you're not going to get those for under $150.

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First, define best.
I'm not a fan of superlatives, either.
Given the fit/appearance paradigms from the OP, a stretchy seatcover will more likely conform and not look baggy.
 

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SR, thanks for posting those links to your covers = that lumbar addition is tempting!
 

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Don't have seat covers on the Nissan but do have them on the Dodge. I second "Wet Okole".
 
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