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Best Jeep Seats

Written By: XT Staff

Table of Contents
  1. The Importance of a Quality Jeep Seat
  2. Additional Options for Rear Seats and Racin

1993 Wrangler with Front Corbeau Leather Seats

The Importance of a Quality Jeep Seat

While upgrading newer Jeep seats might seem like a waste, for those of hundreds of thousands of miles on our stock seats could use enhanced creature comfort. Arguably the most important aspect of a seat outside of the cushions is the frame. When off-roading, the jostling and bouncing around can loosen or even break weaker seat frames. Welded tubular frames are designed to take the punishment, however, so be on the lookout for that in your aftermarket seats. As far as the more comfortable aspects, side bolsters and the material covering the foam will be subjective. Bigger bolsters will keep you in place better, and the differences between vinyl and leather are personal preference.

Additional Options for Rear Seats and Racing

If you’re wheeling with the whole family, your rear seats may be in need of an upgrade. The most popular, and most utilitarian, is the fold and tumble rear seat. Comfort for your rear passengers, and extra space for when you’re alone. This style rear seat folds and tumbles forward to make more room in the rear cargo area. If you only have the occasional passenger, a simpler recline kit may be in order. This kit raises the front legs of the rear seat to make the rear seat less rigidly upright. The last thing to consider is racing seats, and we’re not talking about a pavement track. Dune hopping Jeeps can benefit from racing seats that come pre-cut for four-point harnesses. Odds are though, the best Jeep seat for you is the one that’s the most comfortable and durable.