Customer Reviews For composite flooring at Greatmats:
Pro Taekwondo Martial Arts Mats 20 mm
Great mats, great service. I've purchased before and came back for more 10 years later. I bought the...
Daly City, CA
Roll Out Wrestling MMA Mats 5x10 Ft
Good product. Competitive pricing. Fulfillment and shipping took a couple weeks. Was to be expected with...
Plyometric Rubber Roll 6 mm Underlayment Per SF 404U
One new sprung floor in #nedcstudio2 for #nedcyr4! Thank you @greatmats for the subfloor!
StayLock Tile Orange Peel Colors
I ordered Greatmats orange peel tiles to put over carpeting. It has really helped calm down my plantar...
Rolled Rubber 1/4 Inch Black Cascade Per SF
Ryan Noll provided helpful and professional service. He made the process of acquiring our mats a breeze....
William W Brown
Most Common Product Questions For composite flooring at Greatmats:
I'm looking for interlocking matting for boxing. What is the best option?
This sports and martial arts floor can be used for boxing also.
Can this mat be used for judo as well?
This tile is only 7/8 inch thick and designed for stand up work and not ground work. For more information about what mats are best for your martial arts discipline, visit this <a href='/martial-arts-flooring-options/by-martial-arts-type.php'>blog</a>.
Can these be installed over carpeting?
Its possible if the carpet is a very low carpet. Another issue is if the area is small, then the tiles might want to slip around a little when installed over carpeting as the tiles can not get a good grip to the floor.
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?
This tile is designed for use indoors. Install on any hard flat surface. This product is good for kids.
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?
We recommend to use the 1-5/8 inch mats, the 1 inch is more firm and not designed for throws. Our Knowledge Base has a blog <a href='/martial-arts-mats/comparing-jiu-jitsu-mats.php'>comparing mats for jiu jitsu</a>.
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.
Eventually the tabs will fail, but we are not really sure how many installs this will take, it could be in the hundreds maybe, it all depends how gentle the people are with the mats.
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
For a smaller area, like yours, I suggest our Home Exercise mats: https://www.greatmats.com/products/home-sport-play.php They stay interlocked and do not slide over hard surfaces.
Hello I need some help with this mat i need to buy one of this about 20 ft long l + w so I don’t know how many tiles do inhave to select
Please contact us directly for a quote. We will need to know dimensions of your space.
I am looking into this flooring for our Fitness room in our Commercial Gym. We have a variety of Fitness(Bootcamp, Zumba, & Yoga) classes, Taekwondo, & little girl dance classes all in this room. So I need to know if it will hold up to the heavier athletic shoe traffic that we get with fitness classes?
These karate and Tae Kwon Do mats can be used with martial arts shoes, and feature a durable top thatched surface texture that is resistant to scuffing. If other athletic shoes or hard shoes can be avoided on these mats, it would be best to prevent damage.
OK for cellar concrete floor for TKD? Cellar always cool, Thanks.
These foam mats can be installed directly over concrete. Be sure to check for moisture issues beneath the tiles periodically.
Hi. I am working on setting up of taekwondo space for myself and my kids in the garage. Garage is approximately 20*20. If we go with with 20 by19 this will leave us with 4” gap to the wall on each side. Assume it’s fine. Or it is better to go with 20 by 20 and cut off the slack? Tiles are going to sit straight on concrete. Our practice will contain kicking combinations, work out programs and sometimes throws. Is that fine for taekwondo tiles you offer? Thank you. Vadim PS please let me know if there is a better option for our case. Thanks!
Hello, Vadim. We suggest working with our martial arts rep to determine which installation will work better for your space and what material best suites your activities. Please call us to discuss.
Hi- I'm looking for a mat that's firm enough for yoga but thick enough for body-weight calisthenics, ab work, and general rolling around (not BJJ rolling). Do you think this would be suitable? Thanks...
Our <a href='/products/martial-arts-mats-1.php'>1 in. thick martial arts mats</a> are better suited for that. The foam is a bit firmer and provides a little more stability. Here are a couple customers who use it for yoga and fitness. It may help to read what they have to say. <a href='/kismet-yoga-and-fitness-yoga-flooring.php'>Kismet Yoga and Fitness</a> <a href='/greatmats-videos/usa-karate.php'>USA Karate & Platinum Yoga</a>