Polyform Black Fender Covers

The Polyform Black Fender Covers are woven by a special knitting machine that produces a seamless tube to allow for a heavier content.

Features

  • Drawstring closures instead of elastic
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Hand-crafted with heavy duty polyester fabric for durability
List Price $35.99
Your Price $24.29
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Polyform Black Fender CoversEFC-1 Black fender cover for G-3, G-4, HTM-1 and F1 fenders
$24.29
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Polyform Black Fender Covers EFC-2 Black fender cover for G-5, HTM-2, F2, and F-02 fenders
$30.36
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Polyform Black Fender Covers EFC-3 Black fender cover for HTM-3 and G-6 fenders
$39.88
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Polyform Black Fender Covers EFC-4 Black fender cover for HTM-4 fenders
$46.90
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Fender covers should be as tough as the fenders they protect. That's the criteria we used in developing the Elite Fender Cover series. Polyform uses a premium grade yarn that is resistant to sunlight and abrasion. They are woven by a special knitting machine that produces a seamless tube so you don't have to worry about seams splitting and allows for a heavier yarn content. The result is a fender cover that is built to last for many years and not just a season.

Features:

  • Washable
  • Custom fit for a tailored look 
  • Limited three year warranty
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