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purrrrrfect Docs to match January 27, 2007

Posted by Crystal in accessories.
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1396-291344-p.jpg6219-291345-p.jpgMy sister says she’ll disown me if I buy these leopard-print Doc Martens to match my leopard print seat cover – but how could I resist? Do a search on Zappos for Doc Martens with ‘animal print’ as the search criteria. If you’re a zebra fan, there’s also a fuzzy zebra pair, too.

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awesome Zebra Vespa LX November 20, 2006

Posted by Crystal in accessories, scooter seat cover sightings.
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Just when I think I’ve seen the coolest scooter ever, along comes another one! In this case, it’s a Vespa LX that Mark P. embellished for his wife. Using a scooter seat cover™ and vinyl decals from Motoglyphs, Mark created a wonderous custom Zebra Vespa LX. Awesome.

Helmet Skinners: a partner for your scooter seat cover August 22, 2006

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Just when you thought you had all the necessary scooter accessories imaginable, along comes Skinners. Well, I shouldn’t really put it that way – Skinners have been around about the same amount of time as my scooterseatcovers.com company, but we only just found out about each other recently.

Paul, the president and CEO of Skinners, found my site when looking for fabric for his motorcycle helmet covers. Just by chance, we use the same fabric for many of our respective designs. So if you’re one of my customers with a zebra print Honda Ruckus seat cover, or red flames Vespa ET cover, you can head over to buyskinners.com and most likely find a matching helmet cover for your shorty/half helmet. There are also a lot of other cool designs, like the “mudflap girl,” duo-tone covers, and more.

Prices start at $14.99 and are available for a variety of helmets. Search for your helmet style on the site, then click through to those helmet covers that are made in that style. All are shorty/half helmet covers, some are for novelty helmets, like beanies and non-DOT approved jockey styles, and some are for DOT-approved helmets in jockey, German, and DOT-with-visor models.