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Floor mats for snow and mud

What are your favorite floor mats for heavy outdoor usage that's easy to clean of mud and dirt? During the winter camping season I manage to track in tons of snow and dirt

Some quick research shows the Mopar mats are well rated
https://www.amazon.com/Mopar-8220907...ommander+slush

Others that show up are
https://www.amazon.com/Husky-Liners-...ommander+liner
https://www.amazon.com/WeatherTech-C...4H57ND7NQYPB0E
Black Rubber Floor Mats Cargo Liner Set Ridgeline HD 4pc Set | eBay

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Weather Tech seems to be a favorite. Living in FL I don't have a clue.

https://www.amazon.com/WeatherTech-C...t-amazon-20ems

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I have the Jeep heavy floor mats, front and rear and they cover poorly. Go with Weather Tech...


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I have the Mopar. No complaints. I'm not a fan of the look on Weather Tec.

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WeatherTech. With the precise fit and ease of cleaning, you can't beat them.





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I also have the Weathertech mats. They fit perfectly and catch almost all dirt, and the raised edges help hold water. It's worth noting that the second row floor mat won't fit properly if you have the DVD system, as they're not molded to fit around it. They'll still fit well enough with a little pressure, though.
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I have the rugged ridges. They work well for me.

I definitely think that the weathertechs that big blue has look a bit better in the rear though. Better coverage.
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Those weathertechs do look nice! And I have the dvd player (which I'm sure will remain unused) so maybe the rugged ridges might work better in the back for me
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Those weathertechs do look nice! And I have the dvd player (which I'm sure will remain unused) so maybe the rugged ridges might work better in the back for me
I'll tell you, I didn't really think too much of the WeatherTechs just looking at them online and I always thought they were kind of pricey.

Once I bought them and put them in, I really like them alot more seeing them in place & in person.

Nothing wrong with mixing and matching.


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