Protect Your Seat Backs with Kick Mats
What is it about kids and their feet on the back of the seat in front of them? My grandsons all climb in their car seat and then use the back of the seat in front of them to push themselves back into their car or booster seat. I am always telling them to get their feet of the seats!
Our vehicle came with a video system built on rails in the ceiling. The back of the front seats are hard shell and store the headsets and movies. The second row of seats do not have any protection and these kick mats are the perfect solution to protecting them as well as providing pockets for small items and the tablet for those times when the little ones can watch something different.
Peaceful times in my vehicle when both sets of little ones can watch their own shows!
The kick mat back seat covers have two pockets, the clear one (9″x 6.5″) is designed to hold a tablet or mini ipad
and a mesh pocket (6.5″x 6.5″) is great for holding all the little things that have to make the trip.
It is made from a heavy duty polyester that was double stitched on edges and seams. The adjustable clip on the top along with the velcro bottom strap ensures a snug fit in almost all vehicles.
I like that they are sold in a convenient 2 pack! I mean most vehicles do have two seats in the front.
The seat protectors are great in helping to keep your vehicle neat and organized. Little ones now have a place to put their little items instead of on the floor.
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