Overall: 3.7 / 5 based on 85 reviews
60 of 85 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Do not work -
These door protectors do not work at all in my Buick 2012 LaCross. It is a good idea that does not work. Tabs that are intended to hold them in place will not fit between door window and door.
These door protectors do not work at all. on my 2011 Xterra. The little plastic pieces that go down into the window slot are nearly impossible to get in place and then don't stay whether the window is moving up and down or not. Excellent idea and I sure wished they would work. On top of that you have to pay to return them. Not impressed, Orvis.
Sadly disappointed -
By: Giddy1 from MA
I was impressed with the quality of the door protectors, as I would expect from Orvis. Unfortunately, they did not fit well in my son's Toyota Tundra. The tabs were too fat to tuck down in the window slot. We never got to see the real fit because we couldn't get them to hang down due to the tabs.
Interior car door panels unusable -
It would be nice if Orvis would state these side panel car covers would not fit all cars. The plastic tabs are too thick to fit into the window well. BUT I AM MOST OUTRAGED THAT I WILL BE CHARGED MONEY FOR RETURNING A PRODUCT THAT CANNOT BE USED AS MADE.
Needs some fixing -
Great idea, but it falls out every time you open/close the windows. Also the color doesn't match with the car hammocks in tan.
Great product -
By: msuguy0500 from Chicago, IL
Purchased for my dog with long, sharp nails so she wouldn't destroy my leather interior. Easily slides into auto window track, no problem. Snug fit to the door and stays in place. I have a new car and this product works as designed-- not sure why others had issues:)
Outwitted Houdini -
By: MrChris from Gallupville, NY
One of our Springer Spaniels is adept at propping himself on the door of both the car and truck so he can see outside. Two problems with this: 1) he invariably opens the window (which seems to delight him and terrify me) and 2) his feet, which might have just been in the barnyard get their mess on the door. Enter these door protectors. They're simple enough and very handy. Protection from dirty paws and, for reasons I haven't fully determined, he is now disinclined to pop up to see out. Depending on your vehicle, you might struggle a bit to get the tabs tucked into the window channel but it's do-able. I have these for both my car and truck. Paired with the dog hammock, I and my vehicles are covered.
Interior door protector -
By: Josiema from Sherborn, MA
I am hopeful this protector will save the back seat door. My dog gets very excited when we arrive at friend houses and scratches on the door. This should help. Only complaint is getting to the door release.
solution found! -
By: RandDgz from Flagstaff, AZ
I read the reviews before buying this product, so I expected the plastic tabs on these covers to pop out of the window slots if I put the window down and then back up. Yes, that's exactly what happened but I needed something to cover my brand new car's back doors. My dogs ruined my last car with their nails. So I just knew it would be better than nothing. I took my car to Toyota to ask the service manager if she had any suggestions on how to keep the covers from falling off... Idea number 1, was to add tiny little bungee cords to it and attach them to the lip of the drink slots in the door. Suggestion number two was to insert something heavy in to the pockets to weigh down the covers. I used ankle weights in both sides and it's much better. If I don't roll the windows all the way down, which I would never do anyway, they seem to hold the tabs in place. So, try these ideas if you want to protect the sides of your doors from your dog's nails.