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post #101 of 227 (permalink) Old 08-11-2015, 03:52 PM
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Received my set of Husky floor liners yesterday from amazon after they agreed to give me the lower price even though the listed price was at $140. I installed them last night. Very pleased with the fit, they fit like a glove! I have always had Weathertech and after reading this thread I decided to go with Husky this time. Also, to those earlier in the thread stating that they had to make a cut for the gas door unlock, or simply lift the liner to get to the gas door unlock, that must have been the very early stock that was shipped after they released the 2015 floor liners. The new ones being shipped now are made to where the gas door unlock is totally accessible. Nice Liners!!

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post #102 of 227 (permalink) Old 08-14-2015, 10:03 PM
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Please let us know how you feel about them once they arrive. Thanks in advance!
I received my mats from Findway for my '15 Outback this week. They fit very nicely. The ones in my Forester have been in there for about 20 months now and they wear well. Easy to clean too, just hose them down and let them dry (and they dry quickly).

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@ntotrr...Thanks for the reply.
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got mine using jet.com and 20% off. paid 110 bux. i LOVE these mats. so nice
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post #105 of 227 (permalink) Old 11-12-2015, 09:35 PM
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Huskyliners came in and fit great, look nice too

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i kind of wished the sides came up even more but otherwise no complaints!!!
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+1 on the Huskies. I had Weathertechs in my Impreza, and the plastic they use is way too hard. Doesn't conform well at all.
The Huskies fit better and are made from a softer, more compliant material. Still not as soft and conformal as the OEM TPU all-weather mats, but those have absolutely no capacity to contain liquids. The Huskies should provide full protection from melting snow and spills.
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Got my Husky Liners Today

Thanks for the great advice here. I have always had Weathertech in the past but they seemed too hard. Based on what I read here, I ordered the Husky liners (and paid whatever.. $139?) on amazon. They are very nice and fit well in the front. Like others have noticed, the back doesn't seem to fit as well as the front - the hump in the middle seems a little too tall on the liner so there is some slack. But I'm just nitpicking. Overall they fit great and I recommend them.
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......... Also, to those earlier in the thread stating that they had to make a cut for the gas door unlock, or simply lift the liner to get to the gas door unlock, that must have been the very early stock that was shipped after they released the 2015 floor liners. The new ones being shipped now are made to where the gas door unlock is totally accessible. Nice Liners!!
IMO it's a step back to have the gas lever uncovered. It's a magnet for dirt and water and can leak out the bottom of the "bowl" the lever sits in. Given a choice I like full coverage.

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My Outback came from the factory with the OEM all-weather mats already installed (the cloth mats are still sitting wrapped in a plastic bag in the back). I thought I wouldn't like these mats but I actually find them pretty nice. My concern is how well they will protect the carpet once winter hits. Should I keep the OEM mats to see how well they work or should I invest in the WeatherTech or Husky mats? I've had WeatherTechs in the past, but after reading this topic I think I'd lean towards the Huskys.


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