Needle & Tread geometric tufted doormat in wheat. These doormats are fade resistant for outdoor use.

WaterHog - How do I love thee? Let me count the ways...

Fade resistant for outdoor use . Fade resistant fibers make this the PERFECT mat for both indoor and outdoor use! Made to withstand sun, snow, rain, and any other harsh outdoor elements… Needle & Tread is the outdoor mat you need for your home.

Odor free . Anti-microbially treated and quick-drying to reduce odors. Our mats won’t hold on to moisture which can create foul odors. And because they are anti-microbially treated bacteria doesn’t have a chance to grow on our mats.

Dirt trapping machines . Bi-level design features peaks designed to clean your shoes and valleys designed to trap the dirt/debris/moisture and keep it off your floors.

Low maintenance . Those beautiful PET fibers are stain resistant! Need to freshen up our doormats? Just hose them off! If you have stubborn mud or dirt, just use a little detergent and our mats will look as good as new. 

Eco-friendly Our unique surface is made with fibers containing 97% recycled content, and the durable rubber backing contains 20% recycled rubber from car tires.

Long lasting . Also a factor for the environment – you won’t need to replace our mats often! Enjoy our mats for years and still have them looking great due to our stain resistant power of our P.E.T. fibers!

Made in the USA! Our mats are proudly made in the US in LaGrange, GA. You will feel good owning a mat that’s made in the states.

No shedding . Yes, you heard us right! Our mats don’t shed like traditional coco mats ! This helps keep your floors free from extra debris.

Fashionable. Stunningly beautiful and made to fit any decorating style! We are proud to design mats that will work well with any decorating style. Whether your home is decorated in farmhouse, modern, boho, dark and moody, mid century modern, or any other style… we have a mat to fit your look!

    We could go on... but you get the general idea. Treat your porch to a new mat this spring!

    April 19, 2022 — Leah Whitehead