Estimated arrival: 10/12/2022 (If Ordered Today)
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|Shipping Note:||Standard Delivery|
The Ultimat material was originally designed for automotive use with comfort, performance and durability as the objective. Over 30 years later the Ultimat brand is still the best selling, custom fit logo mat in the automotive aftermarket. Featuring premium two-ply Nylon yarn that is more dense and wear-resistant than OEM carpeting, Ultimats provide great style, function and longevity in every vehicle they're installed.
Ultimat Floor Mats are Lloyd Mat's premium quality custom fit floor mats with official licensed logos. This is the latest version of the floor mat we pioneered in 1978 and remains the gold standard in the Auto industry. They are made with high-quality nylon and are twice the weight of most factory floor mats. These mats feature factory compatible anchoring devices and Lloyd's non-skid TractionBac rubber backing. Ultimat Floor Mats by Lloyd Mats have a 5-year limited warranty.
Lloyd Mats are proudly made in America since 1978. Lloyd Mats incorporated in 1974, making specialty carpet products and tapestries. The manufacturing of custom fit floor and cargo mats for the automotive aftermarket began in 1978.
Our patterns and vehicle data are not only unique because of the sheer numbers (over 12,000 unique patterns & applications) but because of the extensive knowledge base we've developed. Anchoring device type and location, seating configurations, interior color options and logos. This information accumulates over time and is nearly impossible to gather well after the fact. That's why Lloyd Mats offers more colors, logos, vehicle fitments and product types than any other mat company.
We have worked hard to find the best materials, design and create floor mat products specifically to perform in the rigorous environment of automotive use.
|Chevrolet||Camaro||2010 - 2015|
|Part Type||Floor Mat|
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