- Laser-Measured Design
- Traps Messes With Channels and High Sidewalls
- Protect Your Investment
- Be Sure to Choose the Right Liners
Excellent Protection with Legendary WeatherTech Quality
The 2011-2016 Super Duty trucks are built to do work, at least when it comes to their towing ability, frame, and huge power. The interior carpet, however, is not built to do much of anything other than look halfway decent, and coming in with muddy, wet, or grimy boots on will wreck your F250 or F350's interior pretty quickly. When you want to keep your truck's interior looking pristine, there's no one better that WeatherTech and their digital fit floor mats. This complete set of front and rear floor mats keep water, mud, grime, chemicals, and just about anything else from getting into your truck's carpet and wrecking its good looks.
Digital Fit Series
WeatherTech's Digital Fit floor liners are their most famous and popular sets and offer up excellent interior protection without breaking the bank. WeatherTech designed these liners using extremely precise laser measurements of your Super Duty's floor to guarantee a perfect fit and function. The Digital Fit Super Duty liners have tall side walls that prevent any liquid from getting the carpet or the rest of your truck's interior. The Digital Fit liners have large surface channels that more water and moisture away from your feet and pedals toward the door for easy cleanup and to avoid slipping while driving.
All Weather Series
While the Digital Fit series is good, they have nothing on the All Weather mats that have up-gunned protection and grip for extreme climates and truck applications. Like the Digital Fit mats, the All Weather liners are each carefully designed using laser measurements to give them a tight, seamless fit in your truck. Each mat has large, deep, and pronounced channels and ridges that can keep huge amounts of water and other liquid trapped and away from your feet and truck's floor carpeting. The channel patterns even improve grip, helping you maintain your footing in the wettest, snowiest, or muddiest conditions out there.
Huge Range of Customizable Options
Both the Digital Fit and All Weather liners are available with a staggering range of options that include cab size, color, truck submodel, fitment for various trims, and many other options to fit your truck or application. Make sure to use the drop-down menus above to get the right WeatherTech floor mats for your 2011 to 2016 Super Duty truck.
XL Work Truck Fitment: these floor mats cannot be installed in Super Duty XL models with plastic floor liners. Call 623-434-5277.
WeatherTech is very meticulous when it comes to the design of their Digital Fit floor mats, which means they have a mat for basically every possible variation of your Super Duty's floor boards, and there are a few. While the console options are fairly obvious, there's a couple of smaller and more subtle differences that we'll get into below.
2011-2016 F250 & F350 Super Duty Center Console Options
The 2011-2016 Super Duty trucks could come with a grand total of three different center console arrangements, which make for the biggest difference in floor mat fitment for the front mats.
Flow-Through Center Console:
Center Console design looks kind of how it sounds. It flows from the back seats all the way up to the dash, forming a complete split between the driver and passenger's floors. The Flow-Through Consoles have four cup holders, a storage compartment, and have rear-facing vents for the back-seat passengers.
Non-Flow-Through Center Console:
The most unintuitive of Ford's center console options is the "Non-Flow-Through"
center console. This console design splits the front driver and passenger seats, but doesn't connect to the dash, leaving a gap. The Non-Flow-Through Consoles have a pair of cup holders, a storage compartment and vents for the rear passengers.
No Center Console:
Ford's "No Center Console"
is exactly how it sounds. You have no center console. Instead, there's a bench seat with a fold-down armrest. No cup holders or rear vents, either.
Driver's Side Floor Options:
For whatever reason, there were two potential configurations for the floor board in the driver's side foot well. There's a depressed left corner and a raised left corner. Go figure.
Depressed Left Corner:
Trucks with a "Depressed Left Corner"
on the driver's side floor board will have a sloped design that trails away into the driver's kick panel on the door and firewall like a little rolling hill of sorts.
Raised Left Corner:
Super Dutys with "Raised Left Corners"
have a flat floorboard design that stays nearly level all the way to the kick panel and door. 2012 Super Dutys will have a small, rubber dead pedal area built in there. The vast majority of the 2011 to 2015 Super Dutys have a raised floor design.
Hump or No Hump Floor Mats
Last, but not least, folks that have either no console
or a Non-Flow-Through Console
get the option of choosing either a "No Humped" or "Humped" front floor mat design. "No Humped" mats don't have a section covering the central hump between the front driver and passenger seats. "Humped" mats have a long, one-piece design that covers the hump carpet and keeps it protected at an additional cost.