Marine-Grade Leaning Post Covers
Most boats with a open center console boat have some form of leaning post for a better view and a place to lean for greater stabiility while standing, especially in rough water. Left exposed to the elements, the sun's heat and UV will destroy your leaning post's upholstery. To fix it you either take your boat in for re-upholstery or pay an upholsterer to come to you. It's incredibly expensive and completely preventable.
All CoverAlls leaning post covers feature a braided poly drawcord with no-slip camlock to keep your cover securely in place. The drawcord is located approximately 18" from the deck.
Keep the sun, water, dirt, and salt away from your leaning post with a CoverAlls Boatskinz leaning post cover.
CoverAlls boat covers are manufactured from an exclusive material to meet the tough expectations of a boat owner—whether in salt water or fresh water, and whether docked on land or water.
- 100% waterproof — not just moisture-resistant — so it keeps your boat motors, chairs, consoles and electronics clean and dry, without mold, mildew or rot.
- 100% UV-proof — prevents damage to your boat and the cover itself. No matter how harsh the sun's rays, your CoverAllz cover won't fall down on the job.
- 90% heat-reflective — keep everything it covers nice and cool.
- No-slip cam locks and braided poly cords — keep your covers anchored, even on those windy days.
- Stainless-steel grommets — no rust or corrosion.
- Tough and durable — nearly impossible to tear, even if punctured.
- Lightweight — fast, easy on-and-off, and compact storage.
- Full one-year warranty — satisfaction guaranteed.
How to Choose the Right CoverAlls Size for Your Boat
Taking measurements is the only way to know which cover will fit your boat. Boat manufacturers use a variety of consoles, seats and other components, even on the same model or year of manufacture. After-market customization introduces even more variation. This guide will help you get your boat's measurements quickly and easily for a perfect fit from your CoverAlls cover!
CoverAlls does not make custom-fitted covers.
Pro Tip: Print this guide and take it to your boat as a reference while measuring. It will also be a handy place to write your measurements!
How to Measure Your Leaning Post
Take all measurements from the base of the leaning post where it meets the deck.
Measure the side-to-side width at the deck. Be sure to include any attached features on the side in the measurement.
Measure the front-to-back depth at the deck. Be sure to include any attached features like bait wells or workstations in the measurement. If your leaning post has a foot rail, do not include it in the measurement.
Measure the height from the deck to the top of the leaning post seat or backrest.