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Very happy with my Husky matts - have them in the front and back of my 2010 DC.
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Weathertecks is what I have and I think the best ones out there



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For me it is Huskyliner Weatherbeaters.

They do a MUCH better job of covering the floor area than the rubber Toyota mats.
Great all year round when my work boots track snow, ice, salt, mud grass, stones, etc. into my Tundra.
Nice to be able to pull them out and just hose them off.

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I've got the WeatherTech and kinda like them. I did fasten the passenger side with Velcro, which is annoying to have to do on premium priced mats. I'm also not a huge fan of how the rear mat door side edges hover 2~3" above the floor. Good for keeping stuff trapped, but also good for people to trip over. I like the driver side mat, the passenger once you secure it, and not a fan of the rears.
I also have the WeatherTech. Your right about the passenger side. I had to Velcro it down also. What the hell were they thinking on the passenger side? The driver side anchors right down on your floor anchors. Piece of cake. The passenger is left with plastic on ice feel Besides that... The weathertech molds right in..
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Weathertech here and really like them, wish the drivers side covered more of the dead pedal though. Passenger side does slide a little, but not that much. Couldn't ask for more coverage in the back.
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Weathertech for me . Coming for Christmas
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I have the weather tech digital floor mats in my CM. I got a smoking deal on eBay. The guy wanted 180 shipped OBO and I offered him about $160 and he took it! The username was davaicsco or something like that. They had a feedback of 7000+.


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Don't have any experience with the WT's but put Husky's in my 11 Tundra DC. I had a set of Husky's in my 99 Tacoma that were awesome. Protected the carpet very well in a truck that was used for hunting for 13 years.
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I ended up ordering a set of Husky Weatherbeater's. I hope they do turn out well.

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I went with the Weather Techs but haven't received them yet. Will let you know how it turns out.
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Weathertech digi's velcroed into place in my DC. Can't be beat! Don't know what these guys are talking about that say there's too much carpet exposed... There's hardly any, and what is exposed NEVER gets hit with feet.

Anyway, I'm stoked on em.
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Weather Tech all the way love em!!
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Digital Fit Weathertech. I found the husky ones a bit flimsy / cheap feeling a few years ago.
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WeatherTech.. Just put them in, an I love um..
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