Mud, moisture, and debris can take a toll on your vehicle’s interior. Thankfully, a wide array of floor mats and liners are available to help protect your floorboards from these damaging elements. In this guide we’ll examine the differences between two of the leading manufacturers of floor liners in the world: Husky Liners and Weathertech.
WeatherTech and Husky Liners both offer floorboard and cargo-area protection in a variety of fitments from traditional universal mats to precision engineered custom fit models.
Husky Weatherbeater Flootmats
: With their trademarked FormFit Design process, Husky Liners offers three lines of custom fit floor liners: the soft, flexible X-Act Contour, the rugged, sporty Weatherbeater and the diamond plate Classic Style mats. Each of these models are designed with advanced scanning technology to protect every square inch of your floorboard or cargo area. If you need floor protection on a budget, Husky Liners also offers their tough and reliable universal Heavy Duty floor mats.
WeatherTech Extreme Duty Floorliner
: WeatherTech’s Digital Fit Floor Mats are designed using innovative 3-D modeling software. This allows the liner to conform to every contour of your floorboard ensuring maximum coverage and a sharp look. In addition, WeatherTech also offers their semi-custom All Weather Floor Mats and trim-to-fit AVM Universal Floor Mats for great protection at a more affordable price.
Features: Husky Liner
X-Act Contour floor mats with nibs visible
: Husky employs both a flexible elastomeric material and rubberized thermoplastic to give you a range of options when choosing a floor mat or cargo liner. Whether you prefer the rugged rigidity of the Weatherbeater or the pliability of the X-Act Contour, Husky can accommodate your needs. These materials are resistant to damage both from extreme temperatures and harsh chemicals such as gasoline.
: Each of Husky’s custom fit models uses raised edges to contain spills. Raised grooves or diamond-plate patterns are used to channel spills into the liner and away from your carpet and clothing. STA-Put nibs hold the liner firmly in place to prevent shifting while driving.
: Husky offers their diverse line of custom fit floor liners and mats in black, tan, and grey.
Rear WeatherTech Extreme Duty floor liners
: Patent-pending High Density Tri-Extruded (HDTE) material offers a strong, rigid core along with a gripping surface on Weathertech’s FloorLiner, reducing its movement on your vehicle’s carpet. The All-Weather and trim-to-fit Universal floor mats are made with a more flexible thermoplastic material.
: The FloorLiner uses a reservoir system and raised edges to contain spills and keep them away from vulnerable areas of your interior. The more traditional All Weather and Universal mats use a system of channels to help prevent liquids from spilling over onto your carpet.
: Black, tan, and grey colors are available for each style of liner or mat.
Husky Liner and Weathertech both offer a wide range of products from basic affordable floor mats to precision engineered custom floor liners. The table below offers a comparison of floor liners and mats from each company. Click the link in the "name" section to find pricing on any of these items for your vehicle.
Husky Weatherbeater floor liners
X-Act Contour floor mats with spill-containing contours
X-Act Contour floor mats with hook covers displayed
Weatherbeater floor liners. Notice how water is channeled and contained.
Rear X-Act Contour floor mats
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