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I'm looking for opinions on floor mats for my jku, what I want is a good rubber style mat for the front rear and cargo to match, I usually buy weathertech for all my trucks but I noticed the factory mats in the rear seat area tend to blow around with the top and doors off, I don't off-road really, it's parked in a garage and the majority of dirt on the mats would be off I parked in a unpaved driveway or when we come back from lake, so basically I guess I just need a decent set that's heavy duty enough to stay in place with the doors and top off, what mats do you guys run?
 

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Went with Weathertech Digital fit...a bit pricey but I've had them in my previous cars and love them!

And like Rubicon said, they do all blow around...I was really worried about this at first cause with the doors off it seemed like they were gonna exit stage left lol, but I've been on the highway with them flopping around and there's almost no way they'll come out. The foot portion of the rear mat extends under both front seats effectively holding it in place.
 

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I ordered Weathertechs for my Jeep. Pricey but they're custom fitted. It fits the entire floor beneath the passenger and driver side. Wall to wall coverage and is long enough to catch anything that falls under the pedals. I'm really impressed with them. Nice think rubber. Feels like they'd take a beating. They're nice and deep too. I can snag a picture if you want. Just let me know.
 

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Have Weather Techs as well. Just waiting for a Jeep to put them in. Currently have them in my 14 Cherokee with panoramic roof. With all 4 windows and the roof open, none of the mats move at all.
 

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I have the weathertecs in the front because they definitely fit and protect better...the quadratacs in the back and cargo area because they are heavier...I originally bought all the quadratics but the fronts didn't stay in place during the heat as they are a softer heavier rubber...weathertecs are a stiffer plastic but lighter
 

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I got the Mopar front and back mats from a Chrysler/Jeep Dealer on ebay for $65 shipped.

I couldn't be happier with them, they fit great especially around the seat supports, snap in place and feel right under my feet.

2015 JKUS
 

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The MOPAR "tread" mats for the '13 and older were heavy duty. The new version with the two snaps for 14 and up are nowhere near as heavy. Don't know why they changed the material other than for a bean counter to say he can save the company 2 cents per floor mat. The Weather Techs are very well built and pretty rugged. The Quadratec mats are ok, I personally have the rear cargo mat from Quadratec and it has held up well over the years.
 

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I like the mopar slush mats. You can also order the matching cargo area mat. I have not had any issues with them blowing around with the top off. I have a 2015 JKU...
 

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I like Husky, they don't blow around. However, they like the WT's are pricey. They also are a harder plastic type material as opposed to the WT's being more rubbery.
Same here. Had the Quadratec's but the Husky work better for me.
 

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Another endorsement for the Mopar Slush Mats -

Durable - Look Cool - Easy to Clean, hose off, or lift and dump - Snap in Place - They're a Winner -
 
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