The Traveler backrest has large side bolsters. They give you the support you need in the corners without being so big that they fatigue you on a bumpy road. The central cushion between the side bolsters are perfectly shaped to cradle and support your spine for all day comfort. The backrest has a release mechanism that allows the seat back to hinge forward. The Right hand version of the seat only has the release handle on the Left, this is to accommodate vehicles with tight clearance in the B pillar area.
The R seat base has longer, taller thigh bolsters. Both the R and the F model share the same Traveler backrest.
The F model seat base has shorter, smaller thigh bolsters in the lower seat. Both the R and the F model share the same Traveler backrest. You will feel planted without feeling pinched.
Traveler LR Edition
Lower seat cushion shape: The LR Edition lower seat has side bolsters that are smaller to allow easier ingress and egress for taller vehicles. You will feel planted without feeling pinched.
Under seat access: The LR Edition lower center cushion hinges up, making it a secret access hatch to items such as the battery or storage locker on the Land Rover Defender TM, or just great place for strong box or travel documents.
Pick Your Options
Substantial padded arm rests are available for either side of any seat. They are trimmed to match your chosen bolster material.
Built in seat heaters available with, or without a switch.
4 way Lumbar Support
Integrated lumbar support that you fine tune to the needs of your unique back. The support can be moved both up and down, as well as in and out.
Additional storage net can be added to the
Selecting the perfect material for your seats is important, and personal.
We offer a large selection of standard options to choose from, as well upgrades like wool and leather. For every seat, you can choose one material for the center cushions, and another for the side bolsters. We make these seats just for you, they should make you feel great every time you get into your machine. What would your dream seats look like?