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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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Actually I'd just like to see pictures of the different type of mats fitted in a 2014-2017 Mazda 3. Every car is different. All the mats mentioned here will obviously protect the majority of the carpet and not leak through. What I care about is how how the liners go up the vertical parts of the carpet (front rear liners). I only have experience with the Findways in my other car and they don't go up too far. Please post pics if you have Huskys or Weathertech or the 3dMax. The Mazda Premium one's look good but a bit pricey.
Another vote for the 3D Maxpider, have had them for over a year, holding up great....
What about cleaning them out of the carbon fiber grooves.
This is from the Findway site. This looks very close to if not exactly the same coverage as the OEM. I like the OEM Canada look but out of stock plus it'll probably cost more than Weathertechs plus shipping. Trying to find a reason not to get these.

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I ordered the Findway mats and cargo liner today. $150 total (including shipping, to the US) The liner covers everything in the back unlike the Husky and the OEM. Only thing that is has and the 3dmax is that crease area down the middle for folding where I think liquids could max it's way over the edges. Other than that I think it's a great deal. I have the Findway's in my STI so I know what to expect. The other mats don't look like they cover any more area (most important to me) and I don't want traditional all-weather rubber mats that fade over time and always look dirty. I'll post some pics once I get em in even though pics are already online.

My other option was the 3dmax mats and cargo liner. But not sure I would have liked the carbon fiber thing and at $250 total it's $100 more than the Findway combo.
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