There are some accessories you just have to have for your truck or other vehicle. This is especially true when you hunt and fish the way many of us do here in Texas. Up until recently, I have never owned a set of high quality custom fit floor mats for my truck. I recently purchased a Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab and decided it was time to give a set of Husky Liners a look. I ordered the WeatherBeater floor mats that are custom tailored for the truck’s floorboard. Ordering was very easy and shipping was fast.
When I received the truck mats and went to install them, I was amazed at how well they fit and how the raised ribs and overall design of the mats were made to trap rain, snow, spills, or just about anything else to the containment of the mat, protecting your carpet or other floor covering from outside elements. Shortly thereafter, I was pulling out from a gas station and spilled a partial cup of soda and ice on the floor. The Husky Liners contained the mess like a champ. What would have been a major clean-up without the floor liners was a breeze to clean later that day.
I never knew how nice having a set of floor liners would be until I owned this set of Husky Liners. With the recent wet weather and resulting mud we have had in my area the past few weeks, these Husky Liners have held up to whatever I brought them. Husky Liners are made in the USA and are constructed with a chemical resistant material that is guaranteed not to crack. I received a set of Husky floor liners for my back seat as well since I have a 6-year-old boy who usually leaves a mess behind on the floor. The Husky Liners contains it all and keeps my truck’s interior like new. Clean up is as easy as taking the liners out, hosing them down, and re-installing them again. These floor mats are available in three different colors are made and for several models of vehicles. This product far surpassed my expectations and my “Texas Tested” trials. I highly recommend Husky Liners and especially their WeatherBeater series to protect the floor of your own vehicle. You can learn more about Husky Liners at www.huskyliners.com.
—by Dustin vaughn warncke