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Old 08-15-2014, 03:43 AM   #1
grendels_sti
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Default Findway floor mats for STi pics

So I ordered these from Findway (www.findway.ca) as I wanted something cheaper than WeatherTech and something without a rubbery look. I wanted something better than the OEM all weather which I don't have but I can see they are flat so snow and water will run off or over if the snow is high enough. Here's some pics of the Findways.

Pros

1. waterproof like the Weathertech as its only a carpety like covering then waterproof under. Go to the site for details
2. if you dont want a rubber look but something better than stock mats this is better
3. Half price of Weathertech. $99 that includes shipping

Cons

1. Not as much coverage up front on tranmission hump side as Weathertechs look. But not sure how important that really is unless you're pulling in tons of snow.
2. Fit is pretty good but not perfect as seen near fuel latch. I dont care actually about this.
3. I wish area that raises up on edges would go straight up and not a curve. That sort of gets in the way.

Anyways guys tell me what you think. I've tried comparing pics of these to the Weathertechs. These seems ok but I get this feeling the Weathertechs will protect a bit better against water. But I don't really like the look of them in back like that grayish rubbery look. Sorta belongs in a truck. Can some Weathertech owners chime in on the coverage in comparison?











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Old 08-15-2014, 03:55 AM   #2
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Old 08-15-2014, 04:03 PM   #3
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I'm looking for a winter mat and it's between Findway, Husky or Weathertech.

So if you have the Husky Weatherbeater as well, please chime in and compare.

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