Ketzal Leather Seat Organizer

Oct 13, 2017

Category: Gear

If you are like us, you want easy access to the gear you store in your car. But while that sounds simple, it can sometimes be more of a challenge than you would expect. Thankfully there are things out there like the Ketzal Seat Organizer that make that task a bit easier.

Handmade from genuine leather, these seat-back organizers are designed specifically to keep your equipment from rolling around the floor of your vehicle while you’re headed out camping or off-roading. Thanks to the tough polyester stitching on the organizers, they’re durable enough to last as long if not longer than your car. Each organizer boasts big pockets ideal for storing your fixed blade, water bottles, walkie talkies, books, or other miscellaneous must-haves. Ketzal’s seat covers are made specifically to match each type of car-seat (VW, Range Rover, Toyota Tacoma, Toyota Landcruiser) and come in three different colors; black, tan, or saddle orange.

Purchase: $150+

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