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Old 02-16-2016, 06:06 PM
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Thumbs up OEM All-Weather Floor Mats

Many may think this topic is not worthy of review, but I bought a set of OEM floormats for my coupe from ebay shipper AM Autoparts. Fast shipping, OEM packaging and quality. I'm very happy.

I had a set of these in my 06 Acura TL and loved them. Highly recommended.

For the ladies, these mats will also protect your carpets from getting holes worn by your high-heeled shoes. I know this because my GF had a really nasty hole in her Honda Accord carpet just below the dead pedal footrest which was covered very nicely by the OEM mats.

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I have a set of these in my '13 G37S sedan and they are great in the winter. They also have nice deep channels to keep slush and water from moving around a lot compared to weathertech floor liners.
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Two and half year old thread

Personally I found the OE all weather mats to be ok. They didn't last too long though, wore a hole in the driver side one. Mind you, I am male and don't wear heels. If I recall it was where the right foot rests. Have maxpider in now. Lasted about 3 years before starting to wear a hole in a similar spot. They replaced them under warranty.

If someone wants something with deep channels, maybe check out the weathertech mats (if they offer them for this car). We have a set in our honda which is over 3 years old now and wearing well.

Edit: Maybe I missed something. I don't swap mats in the car between seasons (like tires).
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Originally Posted by Jsolo View Post
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Personally I found the OE all weather mats to be ok. They didn't last too long though, wore a hole in the driver side one. Mind you, I am male and don't wear heels. If I recall it was where the right foot rests. Have maxpider in now. Lasted about 3 years before starting to wear a hole in a similar spot. They replaced them under warranty.

If someone wants something with deep channels, maybe check out the weathertech mats (if they offer them for this car). We have a set in our honda which is over 3 years old now and wearing well.

Edit: Maybe I missed something. I don't swap mats in the car between seasons (like tires).
That seems strange. I have had mine for about 3 years and I am not close to wearing a hole in any part of these mats. Are you sure you are not wearing heels? I had a set of weathertech mats in my 370Z and they did cover higher up on the sides, but they were very flat so slush and water sloshed around quite a bit compared to these oem mats.
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It wasn't a through hole, but elsewhere on the matt, the foot pad was starting to lift.

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Well, there's your problem- that is definitely not an oem winter floor mat
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^This. The All Weather mats look like this:

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@4DRZ Yes, that's the maxpider mat. The oe all season mats have probably been recycled into playground tiles.
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