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Good review. Nice looking truck!
 

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I have had both WeatherTech and Husky WeatherBeaters floor liners. The Husky liners fit very well in the 2014 Longhorn, less expensive, lifetime warranty and made in the USA. My experience with WeatherTech in a 2011 Avalanche was a nice fit, $40 more than Husky, 3 year warranty, a question mark on durability, they all so were made in USA. Currently, I have a set of Husky Classic liners in 03 Tahoe that has eleven years of wear and tear, and they look great! I put the $40 difference toward other mods.
 

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Great review, thanks for this. I ordered the outdoorsman that comes with heavy duty mats, If they are not that great, I'll get a set of these.
 

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I have the Mopar slush mats and I'm happy with them, my dad got the WeatherTech one's and he said they fit good but are a bit plasticy. I did look at them and they fit well but they don't have the deep groves for the water to go in to so your shoes shit in the puddle of water.
 

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I love these things I have had the set since I bought my 09 and just put them in 15. Same set, just reused. Perfect.
 

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Perfect Floor Mats

I have had weathertechs in my last 3 rigs.A Ford Expedition, 2010 Ram Big Horn 1500 and a 2015 Ram 1500Sport, In each case they have fit perfectly and do the job stopping rain water and mud from fouling the vehicle. My current Sport 1500 even had the upgraded heavy duty factory floor mats, but I immediately replaced them with the weathertechs. You can buy the exact same product under the Cabelas name brand for about $25 less per pair.
 

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Rear seat weathertech one piece mat

I have a 2016 RAM 1500 Laramie LongHorn. Just a word of caution, if you have the rear floor storage compartments, the weathertech one piece floor mat is worthless, will not stay put and slides around on the floor when you get in and out of the truck, I even tried to add Velcro pieces to secure it would not stay put. I consider it a slip hazard and removed it. The front floor mats are great.
 

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Huskies for me now going on almost four years. Try to get a rigid weathertech out of the front full of dirty melted slush without spilling it all over. Nope, get an old towel. Can do with Huskies.
 

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I have a 2016 RAM 1500 Laramie LongHorn. Just a word of caution, if you have the rear floor storage compartments, the weathertech one piece floor mat is worthless, will not stay put and slides around on the floor when you get in and out of the truck, I even tried to add Velcro pieces to secure it would not stay put. I consider it a slip hazard and removed it. The front floor mats are great.
After 3 years of install on the WeatherTech I have to agree with you. The front fit great and the rear one-piece did originally. The edges near the storage bins has curled up and no longer sits flat. The center that goes over the hump slides left and right giving it a loose feel. I do have three sitting across the back regularly so wear and tear is probably higher than most.
 

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Material is too "hard".

Now if they were made of a softer "rubbery" material they would have something.

If your shoes are wet or have a little snow under them you better be hanging on to something when you swing up into your seat.

My foot slipped out from under me and had I not been hanging on to the handle I would have fallen backwards and onto the ground. :smiledown:

I dumped them in the trash can after that. I bought a "rubbery" mat at K-Mart that works just fine. :smileup:
 

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Now if they were made of a softer "rubbery" material they would have something.

If your shoes are wet or have a little snow under them you better be hanging on to something when you swing up into your seat.

My foot slipped out from under me and had I not been hanging on to the handle I would have fallen backwards and onto the ground. :smiledown:

I dumped them in the trash can after that. I bought a "rubbery" mat at K-Mart that works just fine. :smileup:
Absolutely love my WeatherTech digital fit liners. Have been running them in all my vehicles for probably around a decade now. However, I do have to agree, they can be a bit slippery when wet. I can recall a few foot slips when stepping in my truck.

After years of good use (in my old truck and now 2015) my local auto parts store sun shade started to flake debris all inside my truck today. Tossed it out and ordered a WeatherTech sun shade that is also custom fit for a Ram 1500. Can't wait to see how it holds up.
 
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