Sliding floor mats - annoying
Car mats jamming pedals - dangerous
Fasten Your Floor Mats...
AND HAVE ONE LESS THING TO WORRY ABOUT
MEET EAGLE KLAW
Car Mat Fastener
- No need to drill or cut holes in the floor.
- It only takes about 3 minutes to fasten your car mat. Just step on it!
Here's Why Eagle Klaw works...
The car mat is sandwiched between the cap and the sliding washer when tightened into the anchor. Use the optional 3/8" Cutter if your mat doesn't have holes.
The five-legged design provides optimal force distribution and ensures that all spikes are inserted at the same time.
The fastener doesn't move if you push the mat hard in any direction.
When you step on the cap, the anchor bends inward and the spikes go through the floor on a slight outward angle. When released, the fastener springs back and the spikes return to a vertical position, gripping the carpet.
Here's How Eagle Klaw works...
Installation is a Breeze!
- Check the car floor for sufficient padding
- Attach Eagle Klaw to your Floor Mat and place it where you want it to stay
- Use a Hammer, or just step on it. Done!
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"Bought these for the aftermarket carpets in my BMW M3. Worked excellent! Very easy to install...make a small hole in carpet with the tool provided, and snap the claws in place. Big improvement over the vehicle's stock velcro/screw mat holders. I've had the Klaws in over a month now and they're still holding strong! "
- Patty Browning
Ford with Weathertech
"I paid a ridiculous amount of money for Weathertech floor mats to go along with my F250 Crew Cab. It was like a surfboard for my rear passengers - always moving around when they got in or out. Bottom line: the Eagle Klaw product is AMAZING and I'd use it again! "
- Donnie Chase
"Whenever I would get into my stepbrother's Tacoma, the mat was rolled up against the firewall. Got a set of these and they work great. They are well made (in the USA no less!) and do exactly what they claim. There really isn't anything else like it. This is such a common problem that most people ignore, but why not put an end to it? Thanks EagleKlaw! "
- Brian Bailie