Harley-Davidson Floor Mats
For the true American, just about anything can have a Harley-Davidson version, lest of course the real motorcycles. Everyone just wants to have their favorite, quintessential American brand stamped on their favorite things. Research has led me to some of the weirder items people want Harley versions of include: Harley-Davidson ceiling fans (yes, believe it or not), Harley-Davidson ties, Harley-Davidson shower curtains, and Harley-Davidson rain suits.
For this hub, we shall discuss a not-so-weird Harley collectible: Harley-Davidson floor mats.
Floor mats, in this sense, means automotive floor mats, and not home floor mats. Now, I’m sorry if those are what you searched for. Truthfully, I still don’t know if they do have Harley home floor mats, but for today we shall stick with auto mats.
2010 Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson
Harley-Davidson automotive floor mats make sense because there truly are
Harley-Davidson versions of automotives. The quintessential American
motorcycle manufacturer has teamed up with the quintessential American
automobile manufacturer—Ford. Together, they produced (and have been)
the Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson Truck, which is a truly a beauty, I have
to say. So no, it doesn’t get more American than that—Ford,
Harley-Davidson, and trucks.
There are original Harley-Davidson truck floor mats available and we have listed every model and version available below. The mats are very tough and usable, and are not just novelty items. They are made from heavy-duty Plastisol, which is basically like rubber, but is better suited for these kinds of applications. Like most versatile mats, these also have recessed patterns that trap and capture dirt to protect your carpet, and provide a good sense of grip—to both the feet and the mat to the floor.
The front mats measure approximately 26.5 inches by 18 inches. There are also two standard-sized back square mats included. The designs come with the standard logo variations plus one with the Skull and Wings logo version. The mats cost anywhere above $40 to below $70—more expensive for the special versions.
Check the deals below for the variations.