Originally Posted by fundguy
Seriously it isn't a high maintainence leather like the King Ranch Ford stuff.
You're absolutely correct man. Jeep did a good job to make it look like finer leather, but it's not. But in a way, that's better, especially for an SUV. The only area that turned a bit darker after applying Leatherique's 'rejuvenating oil' was the perforated middle section and top seatback panel where 'Overland' is embroidered... which happens with all automotive leather. The rest of the seat surfaces could be vinyl for all I know (in most cars it is)
Bottom line is you can apply ANY leather conditioner to these seats
. Having said that, I just finished the Leatherique treatment, and they look FANTASTIC. Leather seats always seem to be dry from the factory. The Leatherique oil rejuvenator makes them better than new, which is essential in hot Texas.