*This article was originally created by Tyler R@Tyler225. All the photos and content are authorized by Tyler. Many thanks to Tyler for sharing such honest review and great content with us!👏👏👏
**NOTE: @Lasfit provided these floor mats to me at a heavy discount (not free) as they were looking for some forum members to provide their own reviews. They wanted an unfiltered, honest review and didn’t provide any sort of compensation or incentives for a favorable review. They left it up to me to how I wanted to do the review.
- I ordered them first thing Monday morning (11/14) and they were at my house by Thursday (11/17) afternoon.
- Mats were well packaged and came in a box specifically for the floor mats, had a handle right on the box so was easy to pull inside (they aren’t heavy but having the handle was just a nice convenience).
My ’22 JLUR came with the standard carpet mats and I’ve had them in for the last 8 months. Living in Utah and having to deal with snow, wet shoes/boots, dirt from Moab, and dirty dog paws I wanted something that keeps the dirt/grime/snow, etc contained and is easy to clean. Trying to get my wife’s hair or the dog’s hair out of the carpet floor mats is impossible.
I was in the process of debating between Quadratecs/Weather Tech/Rugged ridges floor mats when Lasfit posted in the forum looking for some users to try out their floor mats. I sent them an email and they offered me a set at 90% off.
Overall, the mats feel solid, have a nice tread and grip, and look the part of a jeep. The tire tread pattern is pretty cool and the ridges have a lot of depth so should hold all the dirt/grime etc very well. Install took 5 minutes to pop them in.
Front Final: Mats look good and cover most of what they need to. Some minor fitment issues that are easily fixed with some Velcro underneath the mat to hold it tight.
Rear Final: I really like the design, the fitment, and the tread depth. It’s the dog in the backseat 90% of the time and these will catch and hold anything he can track into the back of the jeep while allowing me to clean them in 1/10th of the time it takes to clean the carpet.
I would buy it again. I’ll caveat that though I would definitely buy them again at their current price point ($120). If the price went up to $200, I would probably try out a different brand just to see if they fit a little tighter in the front. You can currently get the front and rear for $102 + tax on their website. These are a big upgrade over the stock carpet, look good, and are going to make cleaning the jeep after trips or even just daily driving so much easier and faster. There are some minor fitment issues in the front but despite that they do the job they are meant for.
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