Our reversible, woven polypropylene Cape Cod Doormats are made in the USA to stand up to the rigors of daily use - keeping snow, sand, dirt and debris outside - year after year. Tough poly fiber won't rot from exposure to rain, sun or salt water. A unique contrasting color woven into the edges makes them attractive enough to use at the front door. Easy to clean - just hose them down. For non-skid surfaces.
Available Colors Beige Blue Evergreen Red
Sizes Cape Cod Doormat 18"W x 30"L Giant Cape Cod Doormat is 28"W x 36"L
Shipping Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery
Cape Cod Doormat
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Comments about Product: This is the 2nd Cape Cod Doormat order I've placed. The first one I got has held up so very well, that I ordered another one for our backdoor and to place inside our garage before entering the house. The Florida elements can be pretty harsh on certain items but the sun and salt air don't seem to bother this Doormat a bit. It withstands all our sand and dirt and I would highly recommend this product to anyone, anywhere.
Comments about Product: I've had mine for over 8 years and they still look great. I use them on both my front and back doors.
simple and attractive design-very sturdy
Comments about Product: stunning looking and cleans feet thoroughly.
Comments about Product: We have bought several of these mats and have them at each outside door. They are great for getting sand off shoes and very easy to hose down. One of them sits on a concrete step and it slides quite a bit...be careful
By Lake Girl
Beyond our expectations!
Comments about Product: We live at the lake. We track in lots of mud and dirt on rainy days. This mat really helps with this problem - and it's easy to clean.
Excellant Door Mat
Comments about Product: This is a great mat and lasts much longer than other door mats.
Comments about Product: This is my second mat. After 17 years, my first one started to fade but I still use it at my back door.
Comments about Product: I LOVE this mat. I bought the red. The color is vibrant and hasn't faded in the rain and intense sun. It sits just outside out back door and gets plenty of use. It looks just as new as the day I put it out. It's easy to clean and looks great. Well worth the money.
Comments about Product: This a great doormat. It costs more than I would normally spend, but I figure it will last much longer, if not forever, than the type I would normally buy. I like that it is aerated so that the wood on our front porch will dry if it gets wet. I got 3 of them to match the exterior doors on our wrap-around porch.
it stands up to rigors daily use
Comments about Product: doormat is used for the Main Front Entrance, have a large family, and they are in and out from morning till night time. It stands up to rigors use, sand and dirt completely out! Unbelievable doormat, I just love it.
Cape Cod doormat moves to WA
Comments about Product: Front door mat was coco mat and in the NW as in NE it deteriorates....not the Cape Cod woven. Used it in MA and after our move to WA ordered another one.
much better than than the one it replace
Comments about Product: Keeps dirt and sand out of the house!
Comments about Product: This is a good looking, durable, effective doormat. It is heavy enough to withstand a windy doorstep and doesn't move around on the step.
"Truly functional and beautiful"
Comments about Product: The cape cod doormat is outside the side door entrance. The red colored mat is absolutely stunning. It's easier to step into the house with this mat. No maintenance involved.
Comments about Product: This is my second Cape Cod mat. The first remains at my deck door and still looks new after five years of sun, weather, and three dogs. I love these mats. They don't leave any residue like coir mats do, maintain their shape and color. My new one is sitting outside my front door. We just repainted the house and trimmed in hunter green so the mat looks great. Thanks!
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