- Full set of WeatherTech front and rear floor mats
- Keeps your F150's carpets protected
- Perfect fit that tightly hugs floor boards
- Tons of options for all F150 SuperCrews
- Deep ridges that capture dirt, snow, mud, and grime
- Includes provision for OEM subwoofer
Excellent Protection with Legendary WeatherTech Quality
WeatherTech is one of the biggest names in floor mats and floor liners and for good reason. Their built-to-fit floor mats and liners give the interior of your 2009 to 2014 F150 perfect protection from just about anything you can get into while fitting flawlessly in your truck. Each of these high-quality liners are each custom designed for a specific car or truck and provide excellent protection for your truck from liquids and other debris to keep your truck's interior carpet looking factory-fresh. The liners are available in a couple of different styles to meet your protection needs or budget.
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 the F150's floor to guarantee a perfect fit and function. The Digital Fit F150 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.
For SuperCrew Cab F150s: this set of floor mats will only fit 2009 to 2014 F150s with a SuperCrew Cab. A version for SuperCab F150s is also available.
XL Work Truck Fitment: these floor mats cannot be installed in F150 XL models with plastic floor liners. Call 1-877-578-2433.
Kicker Subwoofer Fitment: if you have a Kicker 10" Subwoofer in place of the optional Sony System, then the rear floor mat will need to be custom-trimmed and will not have a protective "lip" for blocking moisture. Call Stage 3 directly at 1-877-578-2433 for more detailed information.
Our dear Ford Overlords made sure to have more than a few different setups for the interiors of the 2009 to 2014 F150s. While options are good, it does make things a bit difficult when it comes to getting the right floor mats, especially when those mats are as carefully designed as WeatherTech's Digital Fit Series. Choosing the wrong mat options can leave you with mats that outright don't fit or mats that let gunk get to your F150's carpet. These are, of course, bad things
, so we put together the following guide:
2009-2014 F150 Center Console Options
The 2009 to 2014 F150s could come with three different center console configurations, which is extremely important to know when you choose your floor mats.
Here we have an example of Ford's "Flow-Through"
center console. This F150 console design has a storage compartment, cup holders, air vents for your rear passengers, and is the location of the gear selector. The Flow-Through flows through (hence, the name) all the way to your F150's dashboard.
This is Ford's "Non-Flow-Through"
center console, which is about as unintuitive as it gets. This design has a storage compartment, cup holders, and rear-facing vents for the back seat. Unlike the Flow-Through, it does not connect with the dashboard and there is a gap between the bottom face of the dash and the console itself.
No Center Console:
As the name implies, Ford's "No Center Console"
design means there's no center console up front. You have a full front bench with the potential to seat three people with a fold-down armrest. The seat does not meet the dash, and there's no cup holders or rear-facing vents.