I’ve had the Autailors now for about a month (9 piece set) and I’m very happy with them. To answer the question on the weave of them, it is more of a molded weave and not an actual fiber weave. I don’t see where a dog’s nails would get caught in them. Actually they are a bit more slick than the carpet mats but not as slick as a hard plastic/rubber weatherproof mat.The weave looks a bit loose in the pictures I've seen and I'm wondering how a dogs nails might do with these mats. I want to carry around my pal but not if his nails catch on the floor mats and pull.
I just got mine this week. They are nice and fit very well. They do make me a bit dizzy looking at them though.Hello gang - A newbie and first post.
Got MY about a month ago. Love the car despite all the body panel issues (Tesla SC fixed many of them). There is one thing that is driving me crazy - black carpet and floor mats. Every little specs of dust are visible. So I am in the market for floor, trunk and frunk mats. I knew about the ones from Tesmanian and 3D Maxpider. Both look very nice and I will probably get the trunk and frunk map from one of them - still deciding which.
For the interior, I am not a fan of the all weather mats. I live in So. Cal so all-weather is not all that necessary. I've been looking at the mats from AUTailors on Amazon Does anyone have any experience with them. They look very good but I have not seen much info/feedback about them.
I want them but they fail in the under seat coverage from the front mats under the front seat and the rear mats to under the front seat IMO.I went with the 3D floor mats. Light weight, molded with high lip all around to protect from spills. Has a great backing material that keeps it in place with no movement. Easy to wipe off clean or a simple water spray. Doesn’t soak through so drying is quick and easy. Purchased through Amazon. Fit is perfect for all areas, front, rear, and cargo area. Higher in cost but really well made and molded to fit.