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      11-27-2012, 10:32 PM   #21
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Surprised by some comments that say the leatherette is hard. I personally find the leatherette to actually be softer than the Dakota the leatherette has a bit of a rubbery feel to it. It's also grippier as the leatherette seats don't allow you to slide at all. This is great during hard cornering etc., but can at times also be a bit annoying like when you want to simply slide a bit to adjust your position...and you find your pants getting pulled down instead.