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Product Specification (per tile)
Designed for Martial Arts Training Studios.
Super Thick and Shock Absorbent.
Reversible and available in 4 total colors.
2 edge pieces included with each tile.
Tiles can be lain in the same direction or crisscross.
Waves in tiles may not line up if laid in the same direction.
Note: Removable corner can become a choking hazard.
Tatami Tiles are designed to provide a safe and shock absorbing training
surface for a variety of mixed martials arts. Some ways these tiles have been
used before include: As Grappling Mats, As Judo Mats, As MMA Mats, As Jiu Jitsu
Mats, As Karate Mats, As Taekwondo Mats, Goza Mats, Aikido Mats, and as General
Tatami Tiles offer an extra thick interlocking foam mat product designed for
use in areas where shock absorption is important. Tatami floor tiles also
provide a unique surface appearance that is meant to mimic Japanese tatami
mats. Each Tatami Tile is made of kid approved EVA foam which is water proof,
stain resistant, and easy to clean. EVA also acts as an excellent insulator
against sound and temperature transmission.
Durable closed cell EVA foam.
24" x 24"
Each tile weighs approximately 2.0 Lbs.
Tatami tiles are easy to clean and maintain. These shock absorbing foam
tiles are constructed of durable closed cell EVA foam which means liquids
cannot penetrate the surface of the tiles.- If the tatami tiles do get
something spilled on them or appear dirty, all that is necessary to clean them
is to do a quick wipe of the foam floor surface with a damp cloth and your
Tatami Mats will look like new.
First, clean your sub floor so it is free of all dirt, grease or debris.-
Start in one corner of the room with a corner tile and add border tiles outward
along the adjacent walls. Add center, corner, and border tiles where you see
fit.- When coming up to an opposite wall, make sure you cut the tiles to fit
the area leaving a gap that’s roughly the thickness of the tiles being used to
account for expansion and contraction of the floor tiles in varied temperature