I lived in Michigan, the land of lake-effect snow, so I am familiar with snow on floor mats. The last thing I wanted was for salty snow on my mat to "drain" onto the floor and carpet. I would suggest: 1) knocking snow off of footwear when entering the vehicle, and 2) empty to mat before it reaches full liquid capacity.They look good but no drain plug.
Here is the scenario: your in a snow storm, your getting in and out of you jeep lest say (Christmas shopping). Your floor mats start to fill up with water from melted snow. Your windows start to fog up because your heater is vaporizing the water. You want to empty the water but you cant because doing so will dump all the water your trying to remove right onto the carpet your trying to protect.
So I guess Mopar is the only company (on Earth) that includes a functioning drain plug.