Roll Out Mats 1.25 Inch per SF
Roll Up Mats, Roll Out Mats, Professional Quality Martial Arts Roll Out Mats
Top Features for Roll Out Mats 1.25 Inch per SF
- Easy roll out and roll up when needed
- Vinyl top in smooth to tatami surface
- Durable 1-1/4 inch crosslinked polyethylene foam
- Flame bonded foam to vinyl
- Custom graphics available
- Durable for MMA and Grappling arts
- Expand your floor as needed
- Ok for shoes and boots
Martial Arts Mats, Roll Outs Mats, Wrestling Mats, MMA Mats, Judo Mats, Jiu Jitsu Mats
NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
Roll Out Mat for Jiu Jitsu, BJJ, Grappling and Exercise
Our roll out mats are available in any roll length you need for your martial arts or MMA floor and training facility. This roll out mat is an excellent flooring choice for MMA, BJJ, Judo, Jiu Jitsu, grappling, Karate and TKD. Full size roll out mats are 6 feet wide and can be cut to any length desired over 18 linear feet per roll.
Our roll up mats are manufactured by a leading foam to vinyl manufacturer with extensive flame lamination and water jet cutting, with over 20 years of experience in this type of roll out mat manufacturing process. Quality and value are offered in this roll out mat that features a 5 year warranty against manufacturer and material defects. Our quality control standards are among the industry's most stringent.
Made in the USA
For wrestling floors, use the smooth surface.
1.25 inch thick material is not ASTM impact rated.
For smaller home orders please select our 5x10 ft size roll out mats.
Damp mop with common household floor cleaners.Shipping
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How do you compare to Zebra mats?
whats is the max Length roll? can be 2 rolls of 6' x 10'?
Do you think this product suitable for running, i.e. sprinting back and forth over a 40-50' length, loose laid on a carpet floor? If not do you have a product to recommend?
I plan to roll two mats out together on my garage floor for Taekwondo. What is the recommendation for keeping these mats together, and to keep them from slipping on smooth concreate?