All weather floor liners?

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Any recommendations for liners? Weather tech doesn't have them yet. And maxpider isn't shipping until July. According to Elon's tweet we won't get official ones until winter. Any other recommendations? Thanks.
 

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My "MOGO" Husky Liners came today. I'm pretty happy with the fit and quality (especially for the price). They feel very similar to the WeatherTech floor liners. The fit was great except for the front passenger side. It was a little off on the top part. It's a little loose but maybe it'll settle in after a few days.
 

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Ordered, thanks! I'm a huge fan of Husky products, they really do stand behind their product. I was disappointed when they told me they wouldn't be producing liners for the Model 3, so I'm happy to see they changed their mind.
 

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Received my MoGo/Husky floor liners today.

It's definitely not the Husky I'm used to, and while the fit isn't perfect (mostly the passenger side), it looks promising, and ignoring the metal plates, it looks really nice.

I've waited as long as I could for Tesla to come out with their WeatherTech liners, but between the great pricing, and delays on other 3rd party liners, I'm happy I pulled the trigger.
 
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I got the OEM from Tesla too and so far they have been pretty promising. Consider they are from Tesla the pricing is not too bad at $145. I wish the rear is 1 piece but 2 pieces is definitely easier to install. They are actually manufactured by Weathertech.
 
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I ordered the Tesla OEM all weather floor mats but they are on backorder so I picked up these WeatherTech mats at Costco for under $30.00. Just had to trim the drivers mat to fit correctly around the footrest (WeatherTech provides trim grooves). They fit and look great.
 

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I went to Weathertech's factory store just outside of Chicago looking for liners. I was told that there were 'licensing issues' with Tesla. The assistant there said the liners Tesla offered were actually made by Weathertech. I'm not sure if that is actually true, but it would explain why weathertech hasn't come out with their version yet. I ordered a set from Tesla.
 

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Finally got my MaxPider set from costco.ca and I love them. Only concern (with all rubber mats) is if they are wet they are slick getting into the vehicle.
 

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I went to Weathertech's factory store just outside of Chicago looking for liners. I was told that there were 'licensing issues' with Tesla. The assistant there said the liners Tesla offered were actually made by Weathertech. I'm not sure if that is actually true, but it would explain why weathertech hasn't come out with their version yet. I ordered a set from Tesla.
They are made by WeatherTech, it says so on the bottom of them.