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WeatherTech is pretty much the tried and true floor mat producer and a lot of people swear by them. I'm just to cheap to go that route, but they can outlast your car.
 

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I used to convince a lot of people to go the weather tech route and I love them. They definitely are pricey though and unnecessary. If you can maintain your interior on a regular basis, you'll be perfectly fine.
 

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So if you guys aren't going to go with the WeatherTech ones, which one will you guys be going with? Husky??
 

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If I'll get the new F-150, I'll definitely stick with my current Weather Tech mats. I got them from weathertech.ca for my 2012 F-150, at that time it costed me around $150, but it seems like it's more expensive for 2018 model ($218).
 

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If I'll get the new F-150, I'll definitely stick with my current Weather Tech mats. I got them from weathertech.ca for my 2012 F-150, at that time it costed me around $150, but it seems like it's more expensive for 2018 model ($218).
As long as there are no changes to the foot well area that will cause a side to raise up then you should be in the clear.
 

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We bought Floor Liners from Weather Tech for our 2013 Sienna van, complete set all three rows and to be honest I thought they were flimsy, especially it the contours and corners which need to be stronger. If they have a satisfaction guarantee, try them. Whomever makes GMs, they are well done design, fit and thickness.
 

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Swapped over my WeatherTechs (winter) liners/shells and Custom Ford F150 Lloyd Luxe (summer) carpet mats from my 2015 F150 Platinum. Not sure if the fit has changed any since the 2015 model (wouldn't think so) and both fit fine.

WeatherTech liners/shells are the best on-the-market in terms of fit and function, and I will leave it at that. I won't go into the horror stories of mis-fitting mats from other vendors.

I highly recommend the Lloyd Luxe mats for anyone looking for carpet mats, as they are of very high quality with a thickest pile you can get:
Back when I bought the carpet mats in 2015, LLoyd must have had licensing rights to use the new Ford F150 for their vehicle-specific customized option, as I was able to order them customized with the current F150 logo = They are sweet! However, I cannot find any way to order the same mats now as I did in 2015, so I can only assume that Lloyd didn't renew their licensing arrangement with Ford to use the F150 logo.

If anyone has any further questions on the Lloyd Luxe carpet mats, shoot me a PM...
 

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WeatherTech liners/shells are the best on-the-market in terms of fit and function, and I will leave it at that. I won't go into the horror stories of mis-fitting mats from other vendors.
I had WeatherTech's in my 2010 F150 KR 5.4. Put WeatherTech's in a 2015 Mazda CX5 (2nd vehicle), and noticed a quality drop since 2010. Therefore, decided to go back to Husky Liner X-Act Contour for the 2018 F150 KR 3.0.

The Husky X-Act Contour fit great in the front seat floor, poor in the back seat floor. Emailed Husky and they had great customer service and sent me a second liner for the back seat floor and a pre-paid shipping label for the first one. The second one they sent fit worse than the first one--neither fit to my perfection standards, so both were returned shipped to Husky at their expense with a full refund.

I then ordered WeatherTech for the back seat floor liner and it fit perfect--thinner material as compared to what I had in my 2010, but the fit was good.

So my truck has Husky X-Act Contour in the front and WeatherTech in the back. I am happy with this combination.
 

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I used WeatherTech for years in all my vehicles and after good recommendations from other members on F150forum. I bought Husky this time. They are not as slick as Weathertech. I really like them! I got them on Prime in 2 days.
 

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I had WeatherTech's in my 2010 F150 KR 5.4. Put WeatherTech's in a 2015 Mazda CX5 (2nd vehicle), and noticed a quality drop since 2010. Therefore, decided to go back to Husky Liner X-Act Contour for the 2018 F150 KR 3.0.

The Husky X-Act Contour fit great in the front seat floor, poor in the back seat floor. Emailed Husky and they had great customer service and sent me a second liner for the back seat floor and a pre-paid shipping label for the first one. The second one they sent fit worse than the first one--neither fit to my perfection standards, so both were returned shipped to Husky at their expense with a full refund.

I then ordered WeatherTech for the back seat floor liner and it fit perfect--thinner material as compared to what I had in my 2010, but the fit was good.

So my truck has Husky X-Act Contour in the front and WeatherTech in the back. I am happy with this combination.
Hmm Maybe I am not as picky as you, but I have the husky in the rear. Seem to fit OK. I agree Weathertech might be a *TAD* higher quality but for now I like these Huskys. They cover all the carpet, which is what I care about, rather ruin the $90 mat than the $1000 carpet in the truck.
 

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I got a full set of Weathertechs for Christmas and absolutely love them. Husky also seem to be really nice and they're cheaper. All about personal taste. Cant go wrong with either. I have the Husky rear fender liners and I'm very happy with them.
 

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I went a different direction with excellent results so far.

Here was the review on a different forum that got my interest:

PROS:
Price. Just can't beat them at $83.99 with free shipping.
Texture: Not too slippery when wet and not too grippy when dry.
Fitment: Pretty good for the cost. Driver's side posts snapped in securely. A good set of universal (non vehicle specific) all weather mats would probably have a similar price.
Carpet protection: They have been doing a good job keeping dirt and water off of the carpet. These mats have pretty ample coverage.
CONS:
Fitment: Passenger front has a gap on the right side. If you push the mat firmly towards the right, you will have a gap along the console. Rear mat isn't perfect around the console.
Longevity: Don't know how well they will hold up long-term since there aren't any long term reviews I could find on them, but they seem pretty sturdy and do have a warranty (see next point).
Warranty: Pretty vague warranty info. They advertise a limited lifetime warranty but there is no paperwork or information on what's covered and what isn't.
Now that reviewer had a gap he wasn't pleased with but mine are spot on.

Amazon has them for $140 with free shipping:
https://www.amazon.com/Liners-SuperCrew-Compatible-2015-2018-All-Weather/dp/B07BDNY9SF

But if you order from oedro directly they were giving a 10% off deal, free shipping and pretty fast:

Here is the reason:
Reasonable Price- Best price ever, you can also use our 10% off promo code: SCOUPAMB
High Quality- TPE materials, no smell, wear-resistant, eco-friendly.
Perfect Fit- 3D technology makes them fit perfectly to your F150.
Clean-easy, just use a hose to spray mod down.
I love the feel and fit, the low price was in the mid $70s with discount. Happy buyer.
 

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I’ve had weather techs in 4 different f150’s my last was a 2015 Platinum and the fit was terrible! And over the years the quality has gone down. This 2018 Platinum came with Ford rubber mats and are as good as weather tech if not better. When I buy mats again they won’t be weather tech.
 

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I’ve had WeatherTech and Husky is several trucks. Both are good for their price. My 3.0 came with the rubber mats still in the bag. I immediately swapped out the carpet mats on day one. I’m very impressed by the Ford rubber mats and would recommend them over the WeatherTech and Husky, but I’m not sure what they cost.
 

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I’ve had WeatherTech and Husky is several trucks. Both are good for their price. My 3.0 came with the rubber mats still in the bag. I immediately swapped out the carpet mats on day one. I’m very impressed by the Ford rubber mats and would recommend them over the WeatherTech and Husky, but I’m not sure what they cost.

I have weathertechs in my STI, the new f150 mats my truck came with are as good as weather techs plus they say f150 on them. I think they are good quality all weather mats as well not sure what option makes them standard but definitely worth it.
 

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I’ve had WeatherTech and Husky is several trucks. Both are good for their price. My 3.0 came with the rubber mats still in the bag. I immediately swapped out the carpet mats on day one. I’m very impressed by the Ford rubber mats and would recommend them over the WeatherTech and Husky, but I’m not sure what they cost.

I have weathertechs in my STI, the new f150 mats my truck came with are as good as weather techs plus they say f150 on them. I think they are good quality all weather mats as well not sure what option makes them standard but definitely worth it.
You can’t be serious, if we are talking about the heavy duty Ford mats. There is nothing under the go pedal. It’s cut out. I guess I’m different and don’t hop around on my left leg. I walk on both feet, and get as much mud, snow, and crap on my right boot sole as my left. All that grime falls off and deposits on the truck carpet at the mat cutout. Lawyer designed Ford mats. Can’t have the possibility of the go pedal sticking now. 😆 Oh, I am a Husky mat guy. Weathertech just relocate the slop to the wire way below the threshold. Been there. Done with that.
 
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