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i took a couple quick pics of the aries 3d (they also go by other names i believe) floor mats i just received, they look pretty durable, the backing is like velcro type material that keep the mat from slipping and moving.

the rear mat is a single piece that covers all the way across

the molded mats fit the lines of the vehicle good, no gaps.

no weather yet to test when wet























 

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Dang I've never heard of these, they look nice. Oh well I guess I'm stuck with my weathertechs.
 

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They don't seem to keep the bottom of your shoes from the elements dragged in to the car ie water,snow,mud.

Look nice, but I'll stay with my Weathertechs.
 

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These look nice, but I think thats about it. I have a feeling your feet will be slipping everywhere once those mats get wet.

lets us know how it goes.
 

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I never thought I needed new mats until I saw these. :thmsup:
 

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Good looking mats. I decided to just get the all weather weather tech ones because of price.
I don't get it...you prefer to pay more?

OP, I didn't buy these yet because there is a HUGE gap on the drivers mat in the pic on college hills site. Yours looks to fit perfect...did you have to wrestle with it or did it just fit perfectly out of the box?
 

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OP, I didn't buy these yet because there is a HUGE gap on the drivers mat in the pic on college hills site. Yours looks to fit perfect...did you have to wrestle with it or did it just fit perfectly out of the box?
no, i took pics of them then put in the car, they fit right in, no wrestling, no gap
 

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They don't seem to keep the bottom of your shoes from the elements dragged in to the car ie water,snow,mud.

Look nice, but I'll stay with my Weathertechs.
luckily i wont ever have to deal with SNOW or MUD
 

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Looks as if they aren't as high or deep as Weather Tech, witch is important to me.
 

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I don't get it...you prefer to pay more?

OP, I didn't buy these yet because there is a HUGE gap on the drivers mat in the pic on college hills site. Yours looks to fit perfect...did you have to wrestle with it or did it just fit perfectly out of the box?
I don't mean the digital liners. I purchased their all-weather.
 

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Then what influenced you to purchase these mats if you probably wont need them ? Just curious .
1. the carpeted one just are not durable, the drivers side one was already wearing down

2. have you tried cleaning up smashed cheerios and other crumbs on carpet, its alot easier with these mats

3. i wanted a 1 piece rear mat, which aids in reason #2

4. and i like the looks of these mats over the weathertech


What did these cost? they look nice
delv'd to the door $145, it was free shipping when i ordered it
 

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no, i took pics of them then put in the car, they fit right in, no wrestling, no gap
upon closer inspection of your pics (#5) that gap is exactly like the one on college hills site. Looks like a good inch between the sill and mat no? Not trying to be a pain, I really like them and want to buy, but if my eyes aren't playing tricks on me that would drive me nuts!
 

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My guess you're seeing the carpet, not a gap. It looks like they don't go all the way up and cover the full carpeting.
 
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