Mud River Two Barrel Double Seat Cover

3.50 out of 5
(12 customer reviews)


  • Reversible, rip-stop nylon/canvas
  • 3 adjustable/ removable  straps with Fastex buckles for easy attachment over headrest
  • Webbing ladder across back of top for custom fit
  • Padded for comfort
  • Easy clean-up
  • Sizes:
    • Reg: 56″ x 68″ (L x H)
    • XL: 68″ x 68″  (L x H)

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Additional information


Standard: 56" x 68", XL: 68" x 68"


Black, Brown, Bottomland, Habitat

12 reviews for Mud River Two Barrel Double Seat Cover

  1. 5 out of 5

    John (verified owner)

    Have an 2002 F250 CrewCab. This is the only seat cover that fit. Great product for the price. Material and construction better than other seat cover companies.

  2. 3 out of 5

    Mark Mortenson (verified owner)

    Just installed seat cover on 2014 Dbl. cab GMC. Like the fit, although cover should be wider to wrap around sides of seat. Should have got the 68″ x 68″.

  3. 5 out of 5


    Just installed the dbl barrel seat cover 68×68 in a 2007 Chev Silverado extended cab. The fit is perfect , there is a least 4in overlap on each side which is great.The floor is also fully covered.I looked at a lot of seat covers and this is the best one I found for size,material and price. Excellent product

  4. 5 out of 5


    Just installed the dbl seat cover in a 2007 Chev Silverado extended cab. The fit was perfect I have 4in. on each side to protect the seats side and the floor is completly covered. I have looked at a lot of seat covers and this was the best one for size, price and material.Excellent product

  5. 4 out of 5


    Great seat cover on my 2013 Tacoma, I just with the buckles in the strap were a bit tougher and stronger.

  6. 5 out of 5


    Love the product, but would be nice to have slits where a seat belt could go or a car seat could get hooked up.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Eric M.

    I have used this product for years in an F-150 and F-250, both newer models, and it has worked wonderfully. I duck hunt my dogs a lot, and from field to truck they come in wet, muddy, cold, and burr-covered, and this cover handles it all supremely. I have never had water leak through, nor has it ripped or torn. Where other covers are too thin or not waterproof enough or have holes for seatbelts where water and mud can leak through, the Two-Barrel saves the day. Even if you don’t have a dog, any truck owner should have one of these around.

  8. 3 out of 5

    Bob (verified owner)

    Great materials and workmanship – very durable. Would be really nice to have straps w/buckles along both opposite edges so that the bottom can be secured to the bottom of the front seat base. Dog keeps bringing up the bottom edge of the cover to the rear seat surface, gets it all crumpled up. Otherwise – no problems.

  9. 1 out of 5

    Rand Bennett

    I bought this product a few years ago when I got my GSP pup, I attempted to use it a few times my dog ended up using it as a tent. It never fit right in my 2012 Tundra, it only came with three buckle straps so no matter how I adjusted it it was always crooked. So I got fed up with it and put it away. Been looking at it for two years in the garage now and finally decided to put it back on. Spent three hours trying to get it to fit right.. When I finally got it just about right the stitching have way on the side with only one strap.. So basically now am stuck with 114 dollar blanket. Save your money.

  10. 1 out of 5

    Bob Thorne

    Got the original double barrel with multiple “D” rings and two individual straps to secure to the truck loved it… 10 Stars for the original!!!

    I bought another truck and bought the XL 68X68 because the original 56X68 was just a little narrow to cover the back seat in any full size truck.
    At the same time I also bought the single barrel front seat cover to have just in case I ever had to put my dog in the front seat.

    Now for the major flaw in the redesigned seat covers. I HATE not having the “D” Rings with disconnected adjustable straps. The new covers with a sewn on strap and clip are a pain and very cheaply made.
    The plastic snaps are so cheap and worthless they unsnap with the slightest tension. Every time my dog gets into the truck his weight (50lb Black Lab) on the cover unsnaps the cheap plastic snaps leaving the top of the seat exposed to the lake water and mud. This issue never happened with the original cover and I had 3 labs (125+lb each) in the back seat at one time on multiple occasions. To this day the original cover does not have any issues unsnapping with multiple dogs in the back seat. (Years of service)

    The redesign is flawed and I have been looking to get “D” rings installed on the two new covers so they are useful like the original. I have had the original for years without any complaints and tons of people asking where I got it.

    I did not check the covers close enough when I bought the new ones. I assumed they would be like my original cover and be top of the line. I did not realize they were redesigned without the “D” rings.

    I give the new covers one star for leaving my seat exposed to my dog every time he rides in the truck.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Megan P

    Installed this on my 2014 Ford F-150 Crew cab a few months ago and it works great!! Plenty of overlap all around and it covers the whole floor so mud and hair don’t get on my carpet. Its comfortable for my dog and lies flat. I would agree that the buckles around the seat are a little cheap looking, BUT I haven’t had any problems with durability. I highly recommend this product!

  12. 1 out of 5

    Brian Clubb

    Covers the seat well with plentry of overhang to cover floor. 1st time my dog was in the truck the stitching gave way. I had to take it to a seamtress to put a quality sew job on it n fix the flaw. Since getting it fixed, it has worked great.

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Q: Hello! I love this product, but how do I clean it? It's covered in dog hair and dirt. Thank you!
— Asked by Jenny Goodness on February 12, 2018
A: Hi Jenny, We are so glad you love this product! To clean you can simply hose off and hang to dry. If you are just trying to remove hair, vacuuming or a rubber brush will work best. If you have heavily soiled areas you can use a gentle liquid detergent (such as Dawn Dish soap) rinse and hang to dry. It is always best to do a spot test with the liquid detergent. If you have any further questions please let us know. Thank you, Briana
Q: Does the larger size have heavy D rings like the original?
— Asked by Milt Yagel on February 24, 2018
A: Hi Milt, The larger size has the same heavy-duty plastic buckle as the current smaller size. If you have any further questions please let us know. Thank you, Briana
Q: I store your backseat cover when not in use, but am having difficulty trying to figure out how to fold and keep it together using the two clips and straps. Any suggestions. The way I have done it looks terrible and I would like neat fold. Maybe just a roll or rectangular fold without using the straps and just using a bungee cord?
— Asked by Robert Persson on February 27, 2018
A: Hi Robert, The best way to keep your cover stored is by rolling it or a rectangular fold. Which ever your preferred method suits you best. If you have any further questions please let us know. Thank you, Briana
Q: Is the Two Barrel cover safe to throw in the washing machine?
— Asked by Tyler on August 23, 2018
A: Tyler, These are not made to be put in a washing machine. To clean use a mild soap and water. Rinse off cover and let air dry over a clothes line or something similar.
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Q: What is in this that causes you to warn is it can cause cancer?
— Asked by Jason on September 24, 2018
A: Jason, It is required that all products that may be sold to customers who live in California will have the prop 65 warning.
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Q: Can you send me a manual for this product please?
— Asked by Dean on September 27, 2018
A: Dean, Instructions should be on the box. We do not have a manual for this product to send out.
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Q: My seat cover smells really bad and when it's in my truck the entire truck smells just as bad. Sprayed the cover with water and scrubbed it with dawn dish soap but that made it worse. What do you suggest? Can these covers be dry cleaned?
— Asked by David on October 6, 2018
A: David, This cover may be dry cleaned but you may also take it to the car wash and completely wash it there and hang to dry.
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Q: Have purchased backseat cover and trying to make sense of how straps should be installed to anchor cover. Please send instructions for Toyota Tundra. Seems straps are clustered at one end of cover.
— Asked by Terry on October 23, 2018
A: Terry, The seat cover comes with three adjustable straps that secure around the head rests. Thanks Lori
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Q: I just purchased the two barrel seat cover from my local sporting goods store and there were no installation instructions included. Please help with installation instructions.
— Asked by Larry on August 5, 2019
A: Larry, Any instructions you may need are on the box. There are several pictures on this product above if you need to see a visual of how it looks installed. Thanks Lori
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Q: Do you sell replacement fasteners for the double barrel seat cover? Our puppy chewed ours up. Thanks
— Asked by ME on December 29, 2019
A: Unfortunately we do not. The fasteners are not universal so it makes it difficult to pair up replacements. Thank you, Lori
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Q: Hi there, I see these are out of stock and am wondering if there is a ballpark timing for when they might be available again? Thanks!
— Asked by Megan on February 25, 2021
A: Megan, The brown will be in stock mid to late April. The black will later this summer. Thanks, Lori
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Q: Do you warranty the seat cover my straps have ripped out
— Asked by Cameron on March 7, 2021
A: Cameron, Please contact customer service at
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