Pro Taekwondo Martial Arts Mats 20 mm
Taekwondo Mats, Mats for Tae Kwon Do and Karate, Martial Arts Mats
Top Features for Pro Taekwondo Martial Arts Mats 20 mm
- Economical martial arts stuidio flooring tiles
- Pro quality material at 103 kgs/m3 and hardness 40-45 Shore C
- Double sided, double color, univeral reversible
- Duable for use with boots and shoes
- Scuff resistant thatch texture for combat training
- Fast easy DIY installation
- Lead and latex free EVA foam
- Meets class 2 fire where sprinklers are present
Taekwondo Flooring, Martial Arts Studios, Basement Flooring, Taekwondo Mats
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Our 20 mm taekwondo mats provide an affordable Tae kwon do martial arts mat options for professional dojo, martial arts and TKD studios. As a portable Taekwondo mat flooring system, these thatch textured 20 mm thick foam puzzle tiles for martial arts floors last for years of use and enjoyment.
These Tae Kwon Do mats interlock together like a puzzle. The high quality EVA foam material has a density of 103 kgs/m3 and a Shore C hardness rating of 40-45 which results in a professional level flooring for TKD training halls and multipurpose athletic installations and large commercial kids or play areas.
Top 6 Benefits of Taekwondo Mats
1. Cushioning and safety from falls.
2. Comfortable and durable surface for working out with athletic footwear or bare feet.
3. Allowing foot traffic and equipment on the mats.
4. Multiple room layouts are possible.
5. Safe and non-absorbent materials in the mats.
6. Multiple color and design options available.
Cushioning: Each 20mm tile contains a soft core in the middle. This allows students to remain safe when falling on these Taekwondo mats, providing just the right amount of cushioning to avoid injury. The best martial arts mats provide the ability to rebound from impacts, and the Pro Taekwondo Martial Arts Mats have the impact protection students need.
If you see cheaply made Taekwondo mats for sale, understand that such mats don't provide the cushioning that will keep Taekwon-Do students safe upon impact.
Additionally, the surface of our mats works perfectly for spreading the pressure during a fall. In other words, this type of surface decreases the pain from the fall by spreading the energy of the impact across the mats.
With a Taekwondo mat like our Pro Taekwondo, students will run a lower risk of suffering joint injuries or other problems common when working out on hard surfaces. Additionally, by reducing pressure and strains on the joints, the padded mats are great for keeping your body fresher both during and after a long training session.
Comfortable and durable surface: Those seeking a durable surface can appreciate the texture of this foam tile, which resides at the top of the market in terms of martial arts puzzle mat durability.
The tae kwon do mats features a thatch top surface pattern, resistant to athletic footwear. Even if students will be training wearing athletic shoes, this foam floor tile withstands the intensity of these sessions. Foam matting flooring works well for military and police tactical training and boxing gyms too, where participants are using shoes or boots.
The material in the mats works equally well in professional martial arts studios where students work out in bare feet. Additionally, the Pro Taekwondo mat provides an ideal flooring material for mixed use rooms, such as aerobics, kickboxing and Karate as well as Taekwon-Do.
The thatch pattern provides a non-slip surface as well. This surface provides just the right amount of grip, meaning you don't have to worry about an overly tacky surface causing a stumble.
Ultimately, our Tae Kwon Do floor mats are of a high enough quality and comfortable enough to even serve as basement flooring!
Allowing foot traffic: Just install the Taekwondo mats over a hard and flat surface, and they'll stand up to foot traffic, exercise equipment and other heavy materials.
If you notice indents on the foam flooring after placing heavy weighted materials on it, in most cases the indents disappear in the same amount of time they took to form. (However, in cases where heavy furniture or equipment remains in place on the Taekwondo mat tiles for long periods of time, some indents may become permanent.)
Multiple room layouts: Made of high density closed cell EVA foam, these martial arts flooring systems tiles each measure roughly 40 by 40 inches in size. The design of the edges includes interlocking pieces, which simplifies the installation process, whether you're seeking a permanent flooring solution or a temporary one. Each tile must be facing in the same direction for the interlocking shape to fit together.
These lightweight puzzle tiles provide a manageable size for installation purposes. Yet, the tiles provide a large enough size to reduce the number of times you'll use and, consequently, the installation time. Each tile weighs just six pounds.
Because of the interlocking puzzle mats design, you'll use no adhesives during the dry lay installation process, which provides a great feature for those seeking a temporary flooring solution. Additionally, each tile locks together tightly with no gapping between tiles in the Taekwondo floor mats, which provides durability for a more permanent flooring option. You'll have no worries about students tripping over seams either, thanks to the tight fit of the interlocking tiles.
By offering four border strips per tile, the installation of any mat can become a finished edge for wall-to-wall or island installation. If you need to cut the Taekwondo mat tiles to allow for a wall-to-wall installation, a sharp utility knife makes the cuts easily. Use a long straight edge when cutting to ensure a straight cut.
During installation, leave an approximately 1/2-inch gap around the perimeter of your room. This allows for mat expansion, which can occur with fluctuations in heat and humidity. Additionally, keep direct sunlight off the mats if possible, as this can heat them up and cause expansion.
Safe materials: These Taekwondo mat tiles consist of a completely non-absorbent material, which ensures they'll remain odor-free, even after a heavy day of sweaty workouts. Our Pro Taekwondo Mats consist of materials safe for humans and especially for children. These mats contain no lead or latex.
The materials we used in the construction of the tiles is an EVA PE foam, which is an easily recyclable material. This means you don't have to concern yourself with causing problems for the environment when you're ready to replace these mats ... many years down the road, of course.
Color and design options: When designing the look of your Pro Taekwondo puzzle mats floor, you'll have a variety of colors available with different reversible tile options. This means an almost unlimited number of design options that allow you to fully deploy your design creativity!
Our martial arts puzzle mats are available in a variety of reversible taekwondo mats. Each side of the tile features a different solid color.
Understand that color tone variations can and will likely occur within the same batch of mats. Even mats that are made at the factory within minutes of each other can vary slightly in color, which is a common situation found with all interlocking EVA foam mats.
If you need help in the design process, try our online floor designer. It provides help in coming up with a design, as well as calculating the number of tiles in each color required to complete your project.
Cautions: Do not use tables, chairs and other heavy objects with narrow legs that support weight on these taekwondo mats Such objects may puncture or permanently indent foam tiles. Additionally, we do not recommend this product for yoga studio floors, as the mats may become slippery and soft when wet, causing a safety concern.
Occasionally, the color of the mats may transfer from the floor to feet and uniforms. Our experience shows that red and black tiles most often transfer the colors. Puzzle mats of all types suffer from this situation.
Cleaning with a vacuum is the best method for regularly caring for the Pro Taekwondo Mats. We recommend that you test your vacuum on the mats to ensure the machine won't cause damage. (Some especially heavy and powerful vacuums could damage the surface material of the mats.) Test the flooring with the vacuum in an area where if damage occurs, it won't be noticeable.
To wipe up a water spill or sweat, just use a dry towel. To clean spots, only use diluted vinegar or diluted bleach for cleaning the surface of the taekwondo mats. Dawn ship soap is also very gentle for foam flooring tiles. Spot clean using a scrub brush and a sponge. In large commercial areas for a more thorough cleaning, you may use a walk behind auto cleaning machine. These non-absorbent mats do not soak up any water or chemicals during the cleaning process.
All tiles are square shaped. These Pro Taekwondo mats are 20mm in thickness (about 0.79 inches). The exact measurement are:
Side to side with border strips attached, 41 x 41 inches
Outside to outside of interlocking tabs, 40.25 x 40.25 inches
Outside to inside of interlocking tabs, 39.375 x 39.375 inches
Measurements may fluctuate if tiles are heated, causing a slight expansion.
I'm looking for interlocking matting for boxing. What is the best option?
Can this mat be used for judo as well?
Can these be installed over carpeting?
Need EVA foam tiles 20mm thick to place on flat grass ground. Will the tiles get loss ease? Or due to the thickness will bear kids walking on them?
I currently have the 20 mm Pro Martial arts mats and use them for Karate, Krav Maga and BJJ(with no throws on these), I am looking at layering over top of the 20mm with either the karate 1 inch mats or the 1 5/8 grappling mats. Since I am layering, will the karate mat over the 20mm mats be sufficiently equivalent for throws similar to the grappling mat or is the material that different?
Will these mats hold up to being put down and pulled up each day (3-4 days each week). We are in a multi-use facility and want to only have these mats down when we are testing martial arts.
If I wanted to cover a small area. Let’s say 10 feet by 10 feet. Would it hold up with me doing cardio/ boxing or would it come apart or slide? Ps. I’m a smaller guy only about 150lbs