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WeatherTech liners are way to slippery. I had them for my Grand Cherokee and the cargo liner was terrible. Everything slides all over. The Ford mats are more rubbery and grip better. I doubt I'll get Weathertech again. @HuntingPudel said it himself. They need to be dirty for them to actually work right. That all e shows that it's not a good product.
I prefer the more rubber-like mats for the same reason. We ordered Weather Tech for our Raptor when it was brand new and ended us returning them as the Ford branded ones are much better for us.
 

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I prefer the more rubber-like mats for the same reason. We ordered Weather Tech for our Raptor when it was brand new and ended us returning them as the Ford branded ones are much better for us.
I don't understand why this company thinks that slippery floor mats are a good idea. Especially the cargo mat.
 

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I don't understand why this company thinks that slippery floor mats are a good idea. Especially the cargo mat.
A lot of people prefer the look and the fit. I prefer to not have groceries slide around. Of course, there are solutions to that as well. It can be specific to the vehicle though too, I have Weather Tech, front and back, in my Tacoma.
 

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I've bought the Ford OE mats for every Ford, Lincoln and Mercury I've owned over the last couple of decades. They always fit perfectly, are heavy duty thick rubber and have the car model name and graphics molded in for extra bling factor. No third party advertising. You can do a web search of the Ford part number. Usually plenty of dealers or flea Bay have them for under MSRP.
I got lucky with this MME though. The all weather mats weren't listed on the window sticker but they were in the cargo area when I bought it, so free to me!
 

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anyone have a guess as to quality when compared to Ford's version.......if I remember correctly the Ford version is more money.......I know no one has a pair from both Ford and WeatherTech but any guesses, which one would you buy....thanks
I've seen both in real life but for other vehicles. All the weather tech I've seen are thinner and not as rubbery as the Ford OEM, more slippery as well, personal preference I think. Weather tech design appears it would be better at controlling large amounts of liquid (melted snow, spilled Boba or whatever).
 

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agree with most commenters, like WT liners for underfoot but will probably use Ford or another brand for cargo, had WT cargo in my Tesla and stuff slid around like crazy. Currently using a denim/wool quilt in the cargo area, might just bungee it down and call it good...
 
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Well now that I've had them for a couple of weeks:

I've hauled a bunch of stuff in the back on top of the cargo liner. From groceries to plants to tools. Not much has slid around. Pehaps WT changed their formula (the one we have in my wife's Escape seems to be a little more slippery than the one in the Mach-E--the Escape one is also tan instead of black).
 

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I'll wait for the husky liners. The sill edge seems too low for our winters
 
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I'll wait for the husky liners. The sill edge seems too low for our winters
Are they making some? When I looked at the Husky website I didn't see anything.

I had a set of Husky's in one of our pickups a while ago. I don't really notice much of a difference between them and the WT ones.
 

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Are they making some? When I looked at the Husky website I didn't see anything.

I had a set of Husky's in one of our pickups a while ago. I don't really notice much of a difference between them and the WT ones.
I don't know but they make quite a few, and I find they don't stain like like the WT
 

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