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Form is our function.
Our FormFit Design™ process perfectly forms each liner to the detailed contours of your specific ride. How? Well, our Nerds use lasers and computers to precisely measure each individual make and model's floorboard to create the perfect fit.
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Our patented FormFit Edge™ is a raised ridge that runs along the door jam, protecting your ride from all manner of mess.
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Our exclusive Stay-Put Cleats™ help keep your liner from shifting around underfoot like lesser liners.
The WeatherBeater™ is easy to install, remove, and clean. Just yank, dump, spray and repeat.
Tough to beat.
The WeatherBeater™ premium liner material is sporty and rugged. It can stand up to abuse like no other. Go ahead and open up a can of lemon whoop-ass on the thing, it can take it.
When we say it's "guaranteed for life" that is exactly what we mean. No hassles, no guff. If you have a problem, we'll replace it. Capeesh? For details: Huskyliners.com/warranty-policy
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So I did some research looking at WeatherTech Liners and Husky Liners for the 2016 Subaru WRX as those were two of the most popular liner brands on the market. Build quality on both brands looked to be good or better as was material quality. I had read some reviews (which I always take with a grain of salt of course) about the WeatherTech Liners that said there were curling issues and/or the fit wasn't perfect sometimes. Most though said they were great with no issues.
The Husky Liners on the other hand I didn't come across any reviews mentioning curling issues, and issues about fit were low like with the WeatherTech liners. So basically they were both equal.
You may wonder how I finally settled on buying the Husky Liners. Well when I compared pictures to see the coverage area of both brands of liners I saw that the Husky Liners cover much more on the driver side then the WeatherTech. Specifically the pedal area. The WeatherTech liners only cover half of the dead pedal and only go halfway up behind the clutch, brake and gas pedals. Whereas the Husky Liners completely cover the dead pedal and all the way up behind the clutch, brake and gas pedals.
I could see that with the only half dead pedal coverage of the WeatherTech liners that water/dirt/etc. would easily get behind it overtime while resting my left foot there after shifts, and from my right foot making slight contact occasional while working the gas and brake pedals, or water/dirt coming off from movement and landing on the floor lining.
This of course would ruin the floor lining overtime at worst and at best make it hard to keep clean while wearing it out slowly. That was a big no no and surprised me that WeatherTech didn't think to cover the whole area of the dead pedal and behind the other three pedals. Thankfully Husky Liners thought correctly to cover it all.
One other plus of the Husky Liners over the WeatherTechs is that where the gas cap door release lever is is completely covered and behind as well by the Husky Liner. Whereas the WeatherTech Liner doesn't cover that little area at all. Yet another exposed area allowing dirt, water, etc. to get underneath the liner easy. Not to mention that the gas cap door latch would get filled with junk over time and that thing is a pain to clean out/keep clean.
Besides that I found the fit to be nice and snug with no curling, bumps, etc. No looseness at all, and they don't move at all either thanks to all those rubber points underneath.
Lastly if I had to say any negatives it would have to be that where the two floor hooks extend from the drivers seat, and hook into the two small open holes in the back of the liner near the seat. Potentialy you could have dirt/water fall into/through there onto the floor lining, but it's so far back it's unlikely to happen. Same thing with the WeatherTechs as well with the little floor hook holes. Only other negative would be Husky doesn't sell a cargo try liner for the truck of the 2016 WRX.
Overall i'm very happy with my purchase. We'll have to see how many years these last till they get worn out or if they last 10 plus years like the liners in the Blazer:)