- Custom-made cargo liners
- Made from a 600 denier textured poly fabric
- PVC waterproof backing
- sewn-in Velcro tabbing system
- Highly durable
- Prevents tears, scuffs, and stains (including liquids)
- Secure, clean fit
- Quality workmanship
- Stays in place
- Split seats can still be lowered.
- Made in the USA
- Available in Black, Gray, and Tan
- Backed by a 6-month warranty.
Each on of our Canvasback Cargo Liners are hand-manufactured right here in the USA for SUV’s, Crossovers, wagons, and even some trucks.
Active lifestyles can be messy. Dirty dogs, messy kids, muddy bikes, dusty golf clubs, wet flower pots..you get the point. Whatever you’re into…wherever you go…we’ve got you covered!
What makes these cargo liners great is they are not made of rubber or plastic. They are constructed from 600 denier textured polyester fabric with a pic waterproof backing. Each cargo liner is custom-fit and hand-made for every vehicle in our line. These liners shed water and dirt like a ducks back!
Each Canvasback cargo liner contours to the cargo area and up the back of your seats allowing full coverage when all seats are laying flat. Velcro tabs sewn under the liners adhere to the carpeting in the vehicle keeping the liner in place. Our cargo liners are designed to cover the carpeting in your vehicle cargo area. Each vehicle has a unique pattern and layout. We make sure that you can still move your seats independently and fold them down as needed without obstructing the vehicle functionality.
This listing is for Solid Colors in Black, Tan, or Gray. We have other listings though for RealTree Camo, Hibiscus Print, and Tan Plaid
We do have pictures of most of our canvasback installed in a vehicle. We only have representative images above, but email us if you would like to see the picture we have on file for your vehicle. Also check out some FAQ's & Testimonials - Click here
Our Canvasback Cargo Liners for SUV's, Crossovers, Wagons, and even some trucks are all custom-made to order and may take 2-3 weeks for delivery. These cargo liners are amazing though and are worth the wait.