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The Razorback Difference

Why choose Razorback to cover your vehicle?

Your car is your pride and joy, and we want to help you choose the very best in seat protection out there. Here’s some information on what makes our materials different to any other on the market, so you can join the Razorback family with confidence!


What exactly is Sakimotto neoprene? It’s Razorback 4x4’s leading neoprene made up of a proprietary blend of fibres, dyes and materials that is designed, sourced and controlled from the ground up until it is placed into your car.

Our Sakimotto neoprene is far superior to what our competitors offer – while most other covers can only offer an average of 10-15% rubber blend in their neoprene, we are proud to boast a 30% rubber blend which gives it an unmatched fit, comfort and grip.

This prevents unnecessary damage to your seats, and stops you from sliding all over the place when you’re trying to navigate the tracks!

Watch Jocko break down why our neoprene is a cut above the rest:


Razorback 4x4’s canvas is a heavy duty, 12-ounce polycotton canvas, created to survive the harsh Australian outback without cracking or fading from the harsh Aussie UV rays.

It's designed with rugged 4x4ing in mind, and well suited to taking a beating from tough tradies, agriculture and farming, and for those particularly tough tracks where you need the sturdiest material available.

Our canvas has passed more than 40 tests in independent labs for things such as colour fastness, water resistance, tear strength, water immersion shrinkage, the ability to beat ducks and more!

So just how tough is our Canvas? Here's Graham putting it through its paces with a grueling torture test:


We put the utmost value on your safety, which is why we’ve gone the extra mile to use fully engineered airbag seams in every single one of our covers! This seam uses a special thread at a different tensile strength, designed to break and allow the airbag to deploy safely in the event of a collision for peace of mind.

Our covers have been given APV-T certification after rigorous industry-standard safety tests.