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I'd like to see pictures of and hear comments about WeatherTech® - DigitalFit™ Molded Floor Liners, and any information is welcomed.

I'm an environmental science major, outdoorsmen and hunter; my feet get dirty, and I might want to stick a dead coyote in the hatch. Accidents happen, and I don't want to stain my carpets with tobacco spit/juice.
I've looked for a little information, but I honestly don't have time to find real user comments. I want to know if WeatherTech® - DigitalFit™ Molded Floor Liners have a tendency to slide around or do they really stay put? How good or bad do they look? Is there anywhere that sells the 1st row, 2nd row, & cargo liner as a complete set for a discount?
Pictures would be excellent, the more the merrier!
 

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I have these for the front and rear of my car ... Moved into a new house, so I am surrounded by mud at the moment. The mats are awesome. Cost a bit more than regular winter mats, but I can take them out, rinse them, and it leaves absolutely no dirt anywhere in the car as there is a high lip to them. I bought them for my parents when they purchased a new vehicle. And recently two of my coworkers ordered the weather techs for their new cars. I recommend them.

Here's a few pics that I could find ... My car is way too filthy right now to take pics; so most of these are a couple years old.









I ordered them directly from weathertech; shipping was from a local warehouse, and came within a week. I think when you order the front & rear, you get a discount. I didn't buy the trunk one as I didn't find the need for it.
 

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I have the same ones as ilovemyversa08.. I just got them this week. Except I did get the trunk one also. I didn't get a discount for buying them all at once. They actually shipped the trunk one seperate a few days later, but I didn't pay any extra for shipping. It was still like $18 for shipping thou. So far they are okay. I do notice the drivers side one moving around more then I'd like, I've had to adjust if a few times as it's been moving up towards the pedals. And also dirt shows pretty bad on mats. Especially if you just walked in some dirt and get in, there will be a big dirt foot print that wouldn't show up on your fabric mats. I'm kinda anal with that, so I see myself wiping them off a lot. You can see what I mean by looking at the pics ilovemyversa08 posted. Not sure if I'd get them again, the trunk one looks pretty sweet thou.
 

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It does show dirt easily but it's better than ruining the carpets. If you live in an area that uses salt in the winter, then these are definitely worth it. I had cheap clear Walmart mats that I used to use in the winter, but they didn't do a good job covering the entire floor area. These cover a lot of the floor. As for sliding around, only my passenger one slides forward when people sit in it ... My driver one has never moved.
 

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I have the same ones as ilovemyversa08.. I just got them this week. Except I did get the trunk one also. I didn't get a discount for buying them all at once. They actually shipped the trunk one seperate a few days later, but I didn't pay any extra for shipping. It was still like $18 for shipping thou. So far they are okay. I do notice the drivers side one moving around more then I'd like, I've had to adjust if a few times as it's been moving up towards the pedals. And also dirt shows pretty bad on mats. Especially if you just walked in some dirt and get in, there will be a big dirt foot print that wouldn't show up on your fabric mats. I'm kinda anal with that, so I see myself wiping them off a lot. You can see what I mean by looking at the pics ilovemyversa08 posted. Not sure if I'd get them again, the trunk one looks pretty sweet thou.
Thanks John.... I'm looking at the HB liner. Maybe for Christmas!! I haul a lot of things..cement, wood for example... I put the seats down and use a vinyl drop cloth, but I like the idea of the HB liner for everyday use.
 

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I do have them, but I found that the $20 goodyear brand ones I bought from Canadian Tire before I got the weathertech ones were every bit as good, for much less money. They have really deep groves that trap anything. I recently built my own house so I was in and out of the truck all the time and even now its still basically a mud pit there (no real driveway yet... D'OH!) and the cheapies work great.
 

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I got the front Weathertech's for my 2013 Sedan, they fit perfectly. The only issue I have is that the foot rest portion on the driver's left side needs to be taller. I will prolly end up adding a piece of plastic under the mat, because my foot rests about 1/3-1/2 on the carpet and mat.
 
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