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    I've only tried Husky and WeatherTec with several vehicles and much prefer Husky. The material is more rubbery and less slippery, it goes up higher in the back, and doesn't curl in -20.

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    Is the rubber thicker on the Husky @Tik-Tok ?

    I find my WeatherTech mats to be thin and agreed, slippery.


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    These are my favorite

    https://www.tuxmat.ca/
    I love my Luxmat!

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    I have Husky front, rear and full trunk liner. Love it and like it more than Weathertech.

    The tuxmat stuff looks intriguing because pricepoint is quite cheap.

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    I've used husky liners and they were very durable. Seemed better than weathertech. That being said, there's $40 off maxpider at costco and I plan on trying them. https://www.costco.ca/3d-maxpider-ma....10367254.html

    edit: just saw you already tried looking for your car
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    Quote Originally Posted by flipstah View Post
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    Is the rubber thicker on the Husky @Tik-Tok ?

    I find my WeatherTech mats to be thin and agreed, slippery.
    I think the thickness is about the same, but the WeatherTech material is more like hard plastic, and Husky is more rubbery.

    Because of the Weathertech hardness, I found the edges curled in our winters. Especially in my wife's Jeep. Below -10, the front curls so much you hit it with the clutch pedal.

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    Had Weathertech before and now have Husky. Don't recall much about WeatherTech ones, think they were alright, but love the Husky on my current car, so would get those again most likely. Like the rubber feel over some of the other type of mats.

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    I used to have the big rubber mat for the trunk too, but not anymore... only rubber floor mats.

    Reversible trunk mat is good..
    The Original !

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    Do you carry these?
    yup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justing View Post
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    Do you carry these?
    Costco sells them for $199, they are re-branded "Phantom" but they are literally Tuxmats but cheaper and with Costco warranty. You just plug in your car on their website through the "Request Consultation" button and you're good to go.

    We've been super happy with our sets so far.

    https://www.costco.ca/phantom-custom...100017140.html
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    I’ve had Luxmats in my 2015 Santa Fe since the first week I bought the car.

    I took them out this week to wash them, there’s holes where the mat clips are covered.

    Wouldn’t buy again as a result.

    Edit: looks like they fixed that and now utilize the retention clips. I’m going to try a warranty claim.

    Edit2: Found the receipt, I bought them in 2018. Nice fucking memory moron.
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    ^check with your wife first.
    Be considerate of OP.

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    I got 3D MAXpider for the new Kona. Better than the Tuxmats and cheaper by a lot. They’re $40 off at Costco.ca for a few more days!

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