Husky Liners Vs. Weathertech

Updated July 19, 2017

WeatherTech and Husky Liners are competing brands of custom floor mats for both American and foreign vehicles. The goal of both products is to protect your carpet and floorboards from damage due to dirt and moisture. The key differences are aesthetics and cost.


WeatherTech liners are made of a heavier material, do not fully cover the left foot rest and have holes to attach to floor board hooks. Husky liners are thinner and cover slightly more floor space with moulded covers to go over floor board hooks.


Husky Liners are less expensive than WeatherTech. As of October 2010, Husky Liners averaged about £71 for a set of front and back heavy-duty truck mats; WeatherTech mats average £71 for the front only.


Both types of floor mats come in a range of standard interior colours and are made specific to a vehicle's make and model. Both have troughs to collect water, mud, sand and slush, although the troughs are deeper in the WeatherTech models.

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Roseann Haines began writing professionally in 1987 and has worked for "The News Herald." Under 'Ra Thorn,' she has published fiction for Echelon Press and Fictionwise. She holds a Master of Arts in English literature from Belford University, an Associates of Science in Political Science from Pima Community College, and graduated from Artistic Beauty College.