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Old 01-14-2013, 01:35 PM   #1
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If you are looking for a mat with good coverage. They are.
If you are looking for a mat with bedliner like hardness. They are.

I was not, the pictures at krameraccessories.com with the texture looked to me look like it would be softer than it is. I suggested it be more clear that the product description say this is a harder mat. Non rubber, etc... I was responded with the following

"Our description says is made of polyethylene it has many densities ours is more plastic than rubber to prevent the floor mat from losing its shape like the other floor mats in the market they lose their properties very quick."

Fair enough, Poly-whatever means nothing to me so I guess it is my fault and that is ok. If you are looking for a soft mat, this is not it. My original husky liners in my ford edge are more pliable, in my opinion.

Responsive company, large coverage area for the mats, just not my kind of material.

So for 30 bucks to send back and I am guessing a restocking fee... One expensive trial...
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Yeah, they are basically plastic. I got them, the coverage is great - especially in the back of my SCrew, entire floor is covered like a glove. Snow and mud all up in there - no problem.

It's just really slick when wet. :-/
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Almost bought some for $60. They are a year old, but for a set of 3, a good price. I want something not so slick.What did you end up with, the Husky's?
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I have Huskys in the front of the SCrew and Weathertechs in the rear. I love the Huskys and hate the Weathertechs. The Weathertechs slide on the carpet and won't stay put, I need to add velcro to the bottom to secure them to the carpet. I bought Maxliners for my wife's new car and think they're great. They are pretty stiff but have not noticed them being slick, at least not with the shoes I normally wear. I'm thinking about buying them to replace the Weathertechs in the rear of my truck.
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