Product Preview: Husky Liners Vehicle Floor Mats

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posted on April 14, 2017
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Owners of new vehicles, and those who want to keep their older vehicles in good condition, will find few accessories as worthwhile as protective, custom-fit floor mats. Not only do such mats preserve original carpeting, they forestall disasters when spills occur or when game is transported. Husky Liners classic-style mats are molded from a tough polymer that has a tread-plate pattern on top and carpet-engaging points on the underside. They are flexible enough for easy installation and durable enough for long-term wear—in fact, they come with a lifetime warranty. The laser-measured and computer-designed mats are manufactured in the United States, and are shaped to fit in the floor areas of many specific vehicle makes and models. Price: $50 to $115 each (depending on application). Contact: Winfield Consumer Products, Inc.; (800) 344-8759; huskyliners.com.

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