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Goodbye Weathertechs...HELLO Husky X-act Contours

I sent back my Weathertech mats last week because I didn't like how hard the plastic was and the sides of the mats didn't fit flush. Ordered the Husky X-act fits after hearing nothing but great things about them, and I can definitely say that these are very, very good mats...almost perfect. They are made out of a softer rubber compound (like a thicker Toyota OEM all weather mat) and are flexible. Therefore, they lay flatter and "mold" themselves around the floor. The passenger side doesn't need a holder as it fits perfect (unlike the Weathertech that would slip out underneath your feet even with velcro on the bottom), but it came with one nonetheless and I used it to simply cover up the hole and add extra "grip" to the floor. I am REALLY happy with these. Anyone looking for a great all weather mat should definitely check the Husky X-act Contour out...after trying the Weathertechs, these are MUCH better IMHO
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Looking good! Did you get the rear mat too?
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Looking good! Did you get the rear mat too?
No, I actually have the Toyota OEM all weather mat (1 piece) that came with my truck and fits my needs since I rarely have anyone back there. However, as much as I like these Huskys, I may go ahead and invest in the rear anyway. I can't emphasize enough how much I like these...before, when I would put my feet on the Weathertechs, it woud be a hard plastic uncomfortable feeling. Now, the soft rubber feels better and my feet don't slide around like with the Weathertechs. Highly recommend!! Oh, I got the fronts for $81 shipped from Autoanything.

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Cool....They do look like they fit perfectly.

Lets give it a couple months and see if they are still holding up this great.


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Cool....They do look like they fit perfectly.

Lets give it a couple months and see if they are still holding up this great.
Thanks Honestly, they are very thick and feel extrememly durable. I feel confident these will hold up very well. You can tell when holding them that they are quality.

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I ended up buying the husky weather beaters for my 14 CM. I couldn't be more happy with them. Perfect fit, great coverage.

I picked up weather techs for my wife's forester a few months this ago and thought they didn't cover as well as they should.
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Hmm... Shows they fit 2013 and 2014 Tundras. Wonder if the 2013 would fit my 2010

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Nice looking mats.


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Now I'm pissed... I was deciding between these and the WeatherTech and decided to get the Weathertechs. You're right, the fitment sucks. They don't even mold the way that I thought they would. Not happy with them at all. I should have just bought these Huskys from the get go..


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I too bought weathertech for my 14 Crew Max. Was very disappointing that it didnt cover everything, especially the back row. I just went ahead and bought the Husky Liners just now from ebay. I guess ill keep my weathertechs as backups..

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Anybody know if Husky plans to make the X-Act Contours for the rear seats? Or when?

They've got them for the 2013 Tundra, but not for the 2014.
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About a week ago, I contacted Husky. They are planning to have the 2014 Tundra X-Act rear mats in January.

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