You're all going to call me crazy, but after my dealer has already agreed to replace my seat covers I decided to do a little test to see if I could get rid of the dry feeling the leather had. Mind you I use conditioning wipes on my leather every week when I clean it and the seats still cracked at 6000 miles.
I used good old fashion Mink oil
, and guess what the seats are soft, supple and do not look like I just armor all them. I applied the Mink oil by hand making sure I didn't a) get the summit logo in the head rest and b) not go directly over the stitching or the perforations. I did do all four seats the center console, the doors as well as the dash. I let everything set for about 12 hours and then wiped everything down very thoroughly with a towel until all the sheen was gone. I wish i had taken some before and after pictures of the driver seat because there is a huge difference in the area that is notorious for cracking.
2011 Overland Summit, 5.7L Hemi, Jeep rubber floor mats and rear cargo liner, Clear bra, K&N drop in filter, VVT Night Shades,"uber tech" cabin filter (thanks for naming that MOOSE), front tow hooks, more to come...