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Old 10-17-2011, 08:53 AM
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

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who makes that mat?
The company name is Canvasback, here's the URL http://stores.canvasback.com/StoreFront.bok

Can't say enough about how well they have worked for me.

The real benefit is that it attaches to the carpeted section directly by velcro. It covers the seat backs also. This is a great feature as GSD hair gets everywhere, and somehow embeds itself into the carpet rendering even the strongest vacuums useless. It is also water/muck proof and wipes clean with a damp towel. When it's time for me to get a new vehicle, it simply pulls out leaving a showroom perfect interior (well at least the carpet is)

AAAA points out one thing however, they are not rubber, they're a synthetic canvas, 600 denier polyester, and as such stuff will slide around, including my dog, so I still put her dog bed in there too!
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

These are available for the wk2 now

http://www.ruggedridgeoffroad.com/je...oor-liners.php
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Old 10-17-2011, 11:58 AM
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

The canvasback is nice, but it does not cover the wheel wells for the WK2 like the one shown in Corp Cog's photo. Wish it did!
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

I have installed the WeatherTech Digital Fit Liners for both the front and rear seats. I was going to swap the out during the summer but decided to leave them in year round after getting positive feedback from friends. The salt from the winter slush in Calgary and sand from summers at my vacation home on Lake Michigan can wreck the factory mats in as little as two full seasons.
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

For anyone with an Overland with Dark Frost Beige / Light Frost Beige interior, like mine. I just took delivery today! If you got the Weather Tech digital liner mats, what color did you get and do you have pictures you can post?

I got a black exterior and was leaning toward the black mats, but not sure how black weather tech mats would look in the frost beige interior. Also, I'm worried the tan mats might look odd if the color isn't the right match and could get dirty easier since the tan mats are such a light color.

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The canvasback is nice, but it does not cover the wheel wells for the WK2 like the one shown in Corp Cog's photo. Wish it did!
Yes, it can. It's a $20 option.
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Yes, it can. It's a $20 option.
Well, that's cool. Thanks! They are separate pieces so I just ordered to go with my existing cover. Customer service @ canvasback was very helpful.

I use the Mopar slush mats too and find them very functional. As others have noted; thick yet pliable. Keeping my carpets like new in the Pacific Northwest.
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

I have the Husky liners, full set. Like them a lot and the coverage is excellent, plus they cover the dead pedal area while some other brands do not.
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I have the Husky liners, full set. Like them a lot and the coverage is excellent, plus they cover the dead pedal area while some other brands do not.
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Snap a photo? Please?
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

I use the MOPAR slush mats and cargo liner. Pleased with both.
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Snap a photo? Please?
This has been discussed on a prior thread where many photos show various liners including the HuskyLiners.
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