Seeking floor mats/liners for a Subaru Outback
February 17, 2006 3:40 PM   Subscribe

Where can I find floor mats/liners like this that are fitted for a 2005 Subaru Outback Sport?
posted by DakotaPaul to Travel & Transportation (8 answers total)
Here are some rubber mats for the 2006 Outback (scroll down on the page a bit).

These are not exactly the same as the ones from your link, but if all else fails...

FWIW, I've had good results and prices ordering from before.
posted by jclovebrew at 4:39 PM on February 17, 2006

How about semi custom?
posted by fixedgear at 4:41 PM on February 17, 2006

Mats for the '06 Outback (probably) won't work, since it's built on the Legacy platform and not the Impreza, like OBS's are. The ones for the Impreza should work, though.

DP, you may want to do some searching on the NASIOC forum, or join and ask there. It's by far the best source for Impreza information around that I've seen.
posted by Ufez Jones at 5:13 PM on February 17, 2006

(Also, if you find some that you really like for under $40 or so, DP, will you e-mail me with what you got? I need one for the driver's side of my 04 OSB rather badly, but I'm far too busy to do the research pretty much...well...all the time)
posted by Ufez Jones at 5:38 PM on February 17, 2006

How about these (scroll down)? They don't seem to be as aggressively protective as the ones you link to but maybe they're good enough?

And I can second jclovebrew's love -- done business w/them several times and no complaints.
posted by Opposite George at 6:01 PM on February 17, 2006

Costco had some excellent non-custom-fit rubber mats. They actually fit well in my Forester, don't slide around, and have deep ribs that collect all the sand and stuff. Their .com store doesn't seem to have them.
posted by Kirth Gerson at 6:38 PM on February 17, 2006

I would send a request in to Weathertech. I have their mats in my Jeep and they are the Wet Okole seatcovers of floormats. In fact, considering the popularity of Subees in dirty situations, I am shocked they aren't producing them for your model.

I used to work in the auto aftermarket industry. If a broad application company gets enough requests, they will make a new mold for the requested application and start pouring.
posted by roguescout at 9:05 PM on February 17, 2006

Thanks for the links jclovebrew and Opposite George. Those are the mats I'll probably get unless I can find the liners I linked to.

roguescout, I'm surprised WeatherTech doesn't carry them, too, and I've already sent them a request.

Thanks for the Costco tip, Kirth Gerson. I'll check them out.
posted by DakotaPaul at 9:24 AM on February 21, 2006

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