|01-02-2013 08:33 AM|
|Just Tom||If I were still living in a snow state, I'd definitely have a set of Husky or Weathertech's for my car. However the weather here in So. Cal. is so mild most people stick with carpeted mats. I plan on ordering a set of Lloyd's premium mats which will offer good coverage and sound deadening qualities.|
|01-02-2013 05:31 AM|
|01-01-2013 09:46 PM|
|jdubhack||No. Year round.|
|01-01-2013 09:05 PM|
|FFHatch2013||Do you guys remove these Husky/Weathertech mats after winter?|
|12-18-2012 07:10 AM|
|ProjectReefBlue||+1 for the huskey liners. I Put a set in a 2013 hatch last week I could not be happier. Fitment is great. Coverage is great. I especially like the driver floor mat coverage of the area left to the clutch pedal where you rest your foot. Highly reccomended.|
|12-15-2012 04:54 AM|
|e30og||only sucky thing about the husky liners is the longer edges tend to warp/bow in and let dirt get in the pocket created between the outside of the mat and the carpeting. Small pocket but as we know dirt finds its way in there nonetheless. Still a good fit and undercuts the weathertechs|
|12-15-2012 01:13 AM|
I had a set of Husky liners in my Escape its whole life around 7 years. They held up great to over 100k miles of driving. Scratched up but never ripped. Great product. I just ordered them for my focus and have them in my wifes 09 mariner as well.
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|12-12-2012 04:22 AM|
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|12-11-2012 11:15 PM|
Anyone have experience with the WeatherTech floor mats (not digital fit liners)? http://www.weathertech.com/ford/2013...s-all-weather/
From the pic they have, it looks like they have good dead pedal coverage, but not as good behind the active pedals. They are significantly less expensive than the liners.
|11-15-2012 08:30 AM|
These are my observations:
They are pricy, I paid $130.00. (yes I know they're available cheaper in the city but I could only get them shipped since I live 3 blocks from the middle of nowhere)
The coverage is excellent, I especially like the dead pedal coverage.
The shape has caught all the water, snow, pebbles, leaves etc that I drag in with my shoes.
They aren't very ribbed, so the bottom of your pants may be a bit wet.
They protect very well, I take them out once a week for a rinse and to shake the crud off them and the carpet underneath is immaculate.
Removing them is a pain, you have to be careful to kind of fold it like a taco, then slowly take them out. The shape is awkward to remove and they're not very flexible. If you're not careful or screw up you could end up dumping water on your carpet. If you get them I find the best thing to do is remove most of the standing water and junk first (use my shopvac) then back the drivers seat up and pull them out slowly
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