The only way to truly address the issue is to not use leather and foam that crushes under use. All of my luxury sports cars with real leather did the same thing, so it is not just a Raptor or Ford issue. The only vehicle that did not have this issue was my last Lexus IS. It used a synthetic leather with foam injected molding. Pretty much a compressible firm latex. It was designed specifically to address this issue since the only way to get into the seat was to really slide into it. It fit like a glove and after 1 year of daily use still looked like it came from the factory.