Originally Posted by wireman
What is the difference between the X act Contour and the weather beater? Same material and coverage?
The inside pattern looks different and it looks like with the weather beater you have to buy front & rear interior mats. The X act front and rear interior can be purchased separately
The x act have a higher price for the set. Wireman
This is my take on the differences between the X-act Contours and the regular Husky Weatherbeaters.
First let me say I've owned both for my 2012 WK2 Summit.
Get the X-Act contours as they are the better of the two liners from Husky. Of course they cost more, but in this instance you get what you pay for! For the record the soft rubber compound construction of the X-Act contours is superior
to the slippery when wet regular Husky liners, as well as the slippery when wet Weathertech liners (Without the troublesome liquid leaking Weathertech holes for footwell mounting hooks!). The deep groove tread design of the X-Act contours is excellent but I will say the coverage of the X-Act contours is NOT as good as the regular Husky Weatherbeater liners. The dead pedal area doesn't rise as high as it does with the regular Husky Weatherbeaters and the trays are slighty smaller
as they rise up the footwell area on both the drivers and passenger sides. The rear X-Act contour footwell liner is also just slightly smaller
towards the rear door sill areas and over the middle hump than the regular Husky Weatherbeater rear liner. Over time the hard plastic regular Husky Weatherbeaters and the hard plastic Weathertechs will curl over/inward at the edges reducing footwell carpet protection. This will not happen with the soft rubbery X-Act contours as they do lay flat and stay that way over time. These are the best winter/bad weather liners I've owned and I've tried all the top brands, I just wish they had that little bit extra carpet coverage the regular Husky Weatherbeaters have!
Also keep in mind the more expensive rubberized Husky X-Act contour liners come with a no questions asked lifetime warrantee! Can't beat that!!