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#4606139 - 12/17/17 10:49 AM Huskey or Weathertech floorliners
spasm3 Offline


Registered: 05/30/10
Posts: 8440
Loc: North Carolina
Which are better? About the same price for either brand. I have weather tech in the elantra but have never tried huskey.

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#4606144 - 12/17/17 10:54 AM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
spasm3 Offline


Registered: 05/30/10
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Loc: North Carolina
I also see these on amazon but have never heard of them.

https://www.amazon.com/Okutech-Surrounded-Waterproof-Leather-Custom/dp/B0188BOD0K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1513529576&sr=8-1&keywords=okutech%2Bcx-5&th=1
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#4606153 - 12/17/17 11:17 AM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
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Registered: 09/21/10
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Loc: Texas/International
Have 3 sets of WT ~ oldest is 3 years old and when clean they look new
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#4606160 - 12/17/17 11:27 AM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
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Registered: 11/29/08
Posts: 2810
Loc: Oshawa, Ontario Canada
I have Weathertechs on my Caravan. Some people don't like the Weathertech design for the Caravan since it makes it hard to access the middle row stow n go.

I don't have any problem with them.

What vehicle are they for?
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#4606163 - 12/17/17 11:35 AM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
LC Offline


Registered: 08/26/05
Posts: 507
Loc: Wisconsin
I have used both. Weathertech seems to be made of harder material. Huskey softer material, less slippery, conform better IMO.
I like the Huskey liner in the back seat, that it comes apart in two pieces. Much easier to remove and clean.
Both are great quality. I would go with what ever I could get the better price.
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#4606169 - 12/17/17 11:45 AM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
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Registered: 06/03/02
Posts: 6164
Loc: MI
I have Rugged Ridge in the front of my Jeep and Weathertecs in the rear. Both are excellent, but the Rugged Ridge are much thicker and better in my opinion. The chevron pattern of the Rugged Ridge are probably more suitable for trucks and SUV's vs. cars. In messy snow country these things are a blessing and I will never be without them again.

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#4606177 - 12/17/17 11:57 AM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
onemig Offline


Registered: 07/09/12
Posts: 192
Loc: MD
I have both also. Weathertech in the Fit and Husky in the Forester.

I prefer the Husky liner since the bottom of the liner has spikes that keep them in place vs. the Weathertech which slides around a little bit.
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#4606179 - 12/17/17 11:59 AM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
Wolf359 Offline


Registered: 04/27/12
Posts: 4498
Loc: MA
When I bought my car, the previous owners put in Weathertech. They've been ok, but little things like the name plate fell off and they don't seem to quite fit or they're a little loose. Otherwise they're still going, I probably would have preferred getting regular rubber mats and carpet depending on summer/winter mix.

And if you want to splurge, there's always autopreme.

https://www.autopreme.com/collections/floor-mat

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#4606205 - 12/17/17 12:36 PM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
OVERKILL Offline


Registered: 04/28/08
Posts: 35997
Loc: Ontario, Canada
I had Weathertech ones in the Charger and they fit well, however the ones for the Jeep were very poor fitting and I ended up trading them for the Husky Liners, which we had in the Durango, and fit extremely well. The dummy pedal on the Husky liner is also significantly taller, so you aren't getting snow/salt/water down in behind the liner with your foot on it, like was the case with the Weathertech ones.
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#4606208 - 12/17/17 12:41 PM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
hallstevenson Offline


Registered: 04/25/17
Posts: 180
Loc: Ohio
To some degree, things like fitment will vary by car model. Obviously the material, the feel, and look isn't going to vary based on the car they're in.

For the '13-16 Ford Fusion, I went with the Husky. They provided MORE coverage, first off - isn't that a huge point of all-weather mats ? Second, they were about $120 for the front and rear while the Weathertechs were $180+.

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#4606218 - 12/17/17 12:54 PM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
HoosierJeeper Offline


Registered: 11/23/16
Posts: 1274
Loc: WI
I have Husky liners and love them. Weathertechs are great too. I would look at what covers the best, sometimes they cover the same, sometimes one is better. For my Liberty, Husky and Weathertech cover the same, but for my Cherokee, the Weathertechs don't cover under the pedals whereas the Huskys do.
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#4606240 - 12/17/17 01:25 PM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
Nick1994 Offline


Registered: 02/19/13
Posts: 9839
Loc: Phoenix, AZ
I love my Husky Liners, best thing I ever did.
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#4606265 - 12/17/17 01:45 PM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
derweed Offline


Registered: 07/31/13
Posts: 33
Loc: Pennsylvania
My family has three cars, one with Weathertech, one with Husky and the latest with Maxliner. They all work just fine but I think I like the Maxliner best mainly because they are just as nice as the others, fit just as well but they are cheaper. I bought a complete set including the cargo liner for about $100 less then the others would have cost. Coupon codes at the big retailers usually work with Maxliner but not the others which is how I ended up with Maxliner this time. I have Husky in my truck and have no complaints about them. They are the most flexible of the three. My wife has weathertech in her car and she likes them as well.
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#4606294 - 12/17/17 02:16 PM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
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Registered: 05/20/13
Posts: 1631
Loc: Saskatchewan, Canada
Being from North Carolina, you may be interested to know Weathertech is a stubbornly American-based flag-waving anti-NAFTA manufacturer. Check out their website.
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#4606323 - 12/17/17 02:43 PM Re: Huskey or Weathertech floorliners [Re: spasm3]
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Registered: 12/09/02
Posts: 820
Loc: Stillwater, MN
I bought Husky for my Rav4 because those cover the dead pedal while the Weathertechs did not. Pretty much covers the entire floor and parts of the sides. I really like 'em.
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