WeatherTech Side Window Deflectors
- Available in light or dark smoke
- Vehicle specific design
- Maximize your fresh air enjoyment
- Sleek & aerodynamic appearance
- In-channel mounting
- Available for front & rear windows
- Keeps rain out & wind noise down
WeatherTech side window deflectors and rain guards are the best of the best. Picture yourself cruising down the highway, wind streaming through your hair! Wait, what's this? Rain drops are falling and you have no choice but to shut the window. Now's not the time to be cutting yourself off from a steady stream of oxygen, but you don't want to get your new shirt soaked. What can you do? The answer to that is "Weathertech custom side window deflectors."
The custom styled window deflectors by Weathertech allow fresh air enjoyment, without unnecessary hazards. Ingeniously designed, these vent visors will cut down on wind noise and stop rain from entering your ride. Made to resemble an OE appearance, these wind guards are going to add an unmatched look to your ride.
Weathertech side window deflectors are crafted from high quality tinted acrylic, available in light or dark smoke, ensuring long lasting performance and unmatched style. Precision-machined, these window deflectors are designed vehicle specific, perfectly fitting your vehicle. Available in dark smoke, these vent visors will match any color scheme out there. They help to reduce wind noise and allow interior heat to escape.
If your vehicle can use added style and function and you enjoy fresh air without the wet shirt, these vent visors are perfect you! Made by Weathertech.
InstallationThis product offers an easy, at home no drill installation. The installation manual is clear cut and easy to read. For additional information, please see the installation manuals below. You may also call us toll free at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.
Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||4.6|
|Price / Value||4.5|
|520 Customer Reviews|
|These installed in about 30 seconds per window, was shocked how easy it was and how great they look. Well worth the money.|
|Love them. They look great. Only complaint is on the front set there is a small glued on sticker that says weather tech. That's my only complaint.|
|Excellent product and service by the RealTruck people|
|very nice looks great|
|The 1st 4000 mi were wonderful...Loved the product...then...driving across the Moab at 2 a.m. .... lowered both front windows half way to breath in that beautiful air and wham bam..... the passenger side deflector just disappeared into the desert night...may or may not replace...but was really nice until it decided to stay in the desert and not finish our 7000+ mile journey....didn't even say goodbye...sad|
|Made several attempts to install in accordance to the provided instructions. Finally on fifth attempt I was successful although bottom edge was bowed away from the glass. Not liking the looks of it I decided to remove it from the door in order to relieve the bow by shortening over all length on disk sander. However, during the attempt to remove it, it snapped in two. Realizing what the cause of the very difficult install, I have shortened the rear vertical line of the end tab on the remaining deflector. I have also removed aprox. 0.125" from the forward edge of diagonal line. This made the install much easier. Bottom edge did not bow out. After contacting Real Truck via phone my replacement request was denied. I have followed on this issue with e-mail and eventually received free replacement which I have installed with ease after my modification. The problem was related to excessive overall length. Due to geometry of the product with ends restricted it is difficult to collapse in the bowed out center. Quality of extrusion itself is very good. Thank you and thank you for the replacement.|
|Tried two other brands both were damaged, cheep, & flimsy. Spent the extra money on weather tech ... You will not be disappointed, well worth the money!|
|Love how the deflector goes down all around the window, not like the adhesive ones.. Noise reduced considerably when window is cracked open... With the colder weather up in northern Minnesota it vibrates against the window a little.|