From floor and bumper protection to Christmas Tree mats, WeatherTech makes a ton of innovative products to protect the stuff in and around your garage.

…And now you can add truck beds to the list.

Yup, WeatherTech is in the bed liner game with its ImpactLiner truck bed mats.

Truck Bed with protective mat installed

ImpactLiners offer the same precision fit that WeatherTech is famous for, so there are no unsightly gaps between the liner and your cargo box. And they’re made from an injection-molded, rubber-like thermoplastic elastomer, which is a fancy way of saying they’ll easily withstand dents and scratches.

But most importantly, ImpactLiners feature a patent-pending network of raised impact rings on the underside.

These small rings underneath the mat help disperse impact force to prevent dings. And better still, they keep the mat elevated off the truck bed itself—allowing air to circulate beneath it so that moisture can escape.

man holding up truck bed mat to show underside
Anyone who’s ever pulled back a rubber bed liner on an old truck only to find trapped water and serious surface rust will appreciate these clever rings that let the truck bed “breathe” underneath to mitigate moisture buildup. (Image/WeatherTech)

As an added bonus, each ImpactLiner has a textured surface with extra ribbing to help prevent your cargo from shifting around your cargo box while you drive around.

WeatherTech makes its bed liners in the U.S.A. and they have a UV-stable coating to ensure they won’t fade—even after baking in the sun at jobsite after jobsite.

inner fender well of truck bed with protective liner
ImpactLiners also have raised walls on the back and sides to offer additional protection, and help contain spills. (Image/WeatherTech)

You can get WeatherTech ImpactLiners for the following truck models. Please double check your bed length, configuration, and any relevant features (e.g. on-board generators, bed-mounted spare, etc.) before ordering—click the appropriate truck model below for more details.

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