Incline Wedge Folding 60 x 84 x 18 Inches
Gymnastic Incline Mats 60x84x18 Inch, Wedge Incline Mats for Gymnasts, Incline Mats that Fold
Top Features for Incline Wedge Folding 60 x 84 x 18 Inches
- Versatile progressive skill builders
- Order in one or two colors
- Other sizes available
Gymnastic Training, Skill Building Tool, Incline Wedge Mats
Incline Wedge Folding 60 x 84 x 18 Inches are the most functional and versatile skill builders for your gymnastics or cheer training. Used as a training tool for all skill levels, they can be found in 'Mommy and Me classes and recreation centers across the country. They are also used by elite athletes training, and competitions.
Use these 60x84x18 inch incline mats for transition training on bars, basic tumbling on floor, and basic conditioning.
Order in one solid or two contrasting colors.
Incline are the most functional Progressive Skill Builders for your gymnastics and cheer programs. Used from Mommy and Me classes, to recreation, to the elite athletes training for international competition. Inclines are also used on virtually every event. Uphill vaulting, transition training on bars, basic tumbling on floor, and conditioning are only a few of their uses.
The vinyl used with this product meets California state law Proposition 65 requirements.
These incline mats for gymnastics are not recommended for outdoor use as they are not waterproof and are not UV stable.
Our larger versions are also available that allow for consecutive moves and can be transformed into firm mini-pits or spotting tables.
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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
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|Material Type||Vinyl covered Foam|
|SF per Item||35.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||1|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Layout flat|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year limited|
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