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    Hey guys. I need a new cover for my new ski.. 2010 stx 15f.. The Kawi covers are nice but high dollar. What do you guys have and where to get em. Holla back.


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    Hey,
    I only use the kawi Covers. I have not seen any others. I hope this helps.

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    I have a Dowco cover. It is ok, weather resitant but the seams keep coming apart so I do not recommend it. Try to find a used Kawi cover in good shape.
    There are many on E-bay (aftermarket brands) but most do not keep the moisture out very well let alone block uv rays.

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    Brent, I have tried a couple of aftermarket covers and have yet to get one that will last more than a season. They either don't fit right or dry rot. You can check ebay and see if someone might have one at a better price. I wouldn't waste my money on the aftermarket ones out there.

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    Bought a Kawi cover, and wow, it is nice.. worth the extra dough.

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    I just bought another cover from Overton's for my '10 stx15f. I bought one for my 991200xl limited last year and was impressed with the quality. Get the custom fit, should be around $155 shipped. Jettribe also makes a nice aftermarket cover that's a little more expensive but cool looking. I just couldn't bring myself to spend $240 on a Kawasaki cover.

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    Second the Jetribe covers. They fit nice and seem like they will hold up. One of mine is a little faded after a year of outdoor storage, but is still in great shape. I would expect 3+ years service.

    About $170.

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    They are usually had for less then 175 on ebay. Well worth it IMO

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    I have the Kawasaki cover, this is the 3rd year and it still is in excellent condition. I like the suck down venturi at the back and the two side clips. The logo on the cover is nice, the fabric cleans very well and mine has no mold on it. The elastic draw string is also adjustable and the mirror, handlebar pockets are custom, front and rear hard points have reinforced openings. The front lower section is rubberized so water doesn't rot it out. Well thought out when you consider all the design features to which no other 15F non OEM cover I have seen can match. Try to acquire a similar product at the same cost and remember we shouldn't compare a blanket to the factory cover.

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    ya gets what you pay for!! good choice!

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