FURRY SEAT COVERS for Vespa PX or similar models AND Vespa ET2/ET4. In black and white check $60, or animal prints and plains $50.
Email me with your seat cover order at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Postage for a single seat cover within Australia is $9.50 and rain covers are $2.50 each; please email me for international rates.
The Vespa seat rain cover is easy to pop on, so you won't get a wet bum when you come back to your scooter after parking it in the rain. It's made of the same fabric that lightweight bike covers are made from. The current colours available are green camouflage, leopard print, and black and white spotted print (currently in stock for only PX and ET sizes).
Comes with a little storage bag so you can keep it in your legshield toolbox or under the seat.
Pictured is a PX seat cover ($22).
Also available for ET2/4, LX, current era Primavera, vintage bench seat (eg Super, Rally) ($22) and GT/GTS 200/250/300 ($25).
To match your seat covers, I also make spare wheel covers for ten inch tyres. In fur fabric with the interior lined in a plain fabric, $50.
Also available in plain (non-furry) fabric for $40. They can be made in a large range of non-stretch fabric too - ask for your preferred colour/design. Plus covers for standard accessory backrest pads are also available, priced at $18.
Plain seat covers in all styles are $45.
Various knit fabrics are currently in stock - request your preferred colour or pattern and I will see what I can do! Also available is a grey/black knit in either a houndstooth or leopard spot design.
Woven fabrics which have a degree of stretch can also be used. Cotton drill comes in many plain colours and patterns and makes a hard wearing cover, although it can be subject to colour fading. Some stretch denims are also suitable.
Fur fabric seat covers for Vespa GT200, Vespa GTS250/300, Vespa LX and current era Primavera in prints or plain or two tone panels for $60, or black and white check for $70.
The Vespa LX seat cover has an opening at the front to accommodate the bag hook, a hole for the lock on the side, and Velcro-retained cut-outs for where the seat sits over the rear chrome grab rail. The other models have holes to accommodate the lock.