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Which floormats?

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Just picked up a 2017 hatch a week ago in Soul Red. In my other car I have the Findway mats. But my other car is a garage queen and really won't see snow. The Findways are nice but they don't come up as high, at least on my other car (not a 3), as I would like if I had tons of snow on my feet. Findways do have the advantage of soaking up the snow and rain unlike rubber mats and do look better.

Anyways can someone send pics for comparison between the Weathertech, Husky and 3dMaxpider? I want something that cover the entry carpet area. All the way like to the side sill on the doors. I know Weathertechs don't totally cover the deadpedal.
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Does anyone know if the bottom of the Canadian OEM mats are just like the Maxpider ones? Has anyone been able to locate a set of the Canadian OEMs? The Mazda Shop is the only place I found that will ship to the US, but they are out of stock.
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They are identical in every way other than the color and the Mazda logo / grooved pattern being embossed in it.

The texture on the mats is not an issue for cleaning.

They have the same velcro-y backing as well?
I wanna give the Canadian OEM mats a try. For those of you who have them, do you have any issues with the mat extending too far into the area on the side of the accelerator pedal that it interferes with the pedal travel? Also, the backing of the mats from what I understand is kinda velcro-y. Any issues with the carpeting getting roughed up from this?
It seems like there might be an option to get the 3DMAXPiders but with a looped polyester finish opposed to the carbon fiber/rubber finish, can anyone vouch for that? I like having a mat that absorbs some water opposed to just having it pool up.

Yes, there is a version called Classic Carpet.
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