|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||26.2 x 2.7 x 29 inches|
|Item model number||000101|
|Manufacturer Part Number||000101|
Topo by Ergodriven | The Not-Flat Standing Desk Anti-Fatigue Mat with Calculated Terrain [Must-Have for Any Standing Desk] (Obsidian Black)
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- Every standing desk needs a good mat. Topo is the best - a great mat with next-generation features.
- With Topo, you'll sit less and stand comfortably because it inspires active and varied stances.
- Cushioned terrain drives subconscious movement - unlike distracting treadmills & balance boards.
- Switch between sitting and standing? Topo is engineered to be easily positioned with just one foot.
- Get the true benefit of standing! Feel energized & productive. More movement means a healthier you. All that, plus a 7-year warranty!
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If you are someone who works Monday through Friday in an office and want to use your standing desk as much as possible in the standing position then I recommend spending a little bit more and getting a mat that will allow you to do so.
What the manufacturer says is true, the terrain of the mat is so comfortable in multiple positions that you will find yourself switching throughout the day because they all feel so relaxing. The teardrop in the middle is amazing on the bottom of your foot. You can also use the back edge of the mat to stretch your calf throughout the day which is nice.
If you already made the investment in a standing desk and now you are looking at anti-fatigue mats I can tell you from the two weeks that I have had this mat it is well worth the $120. It's a one time buy that you won't regret.
I was kind of skeptical if this mat was the real deal since there were TONS of great reviews but most of them said "disclaimer I received this product at a discount/ or free for my review". Well I can tell you that I honestly did NOT receive ANY discount and most certainly did pay the full price of $120 because my wife came up to me asking what the heck did I spend $120 on a mat for? But after I showed her the video and the product came in and she stood on it she completely understood and let me live to write this review.
Hope this helps in making your decision.
Topo addressed both of these concerns for me - because of the contoured surface and the varied angles underfoot, Topo is virtually begging you to move around on it. I often describe it to people who are curious when they see me at my desk as a "playground for my feet" and that is a pretty literal truth. The good side of that is that this constant shifting of one's feet encourages constant lower and upper body movement as well - I'm frequently bouncing, leaning, sliding my feet back and forth and just generally subtly moving almost all the time. And for bare feet, the surface is a joy to experience, with plenty of give and grip for your toes and soles to enjoy. If you love going barefoot, you'll love this mat, period.
And on top of that, the surface is not soft - it's got cushion to ward off fatigue but not enough to take away from the amount of work your legs and feet need to do to keep you upright and stable. It's a great mat for people who crave minimalism and want to strengthen their feet and legs, in the same way that going barefoot is better for strengthening and rehabilitating your feet and legs as they're designed to function.
My one caveat to recommending this mat is that it may not be right for those who wear cushioned footwear consistently and have adapted to needing that level of support. I've been a barefooter for most of the past 25 years and so my feet, calves and legs have had lots of time to become strong and not need support, and I definitely feel this mat challenging me if I have a long day with few meetings and need to stand on it for extended periods. So it might require some time to switch to a minimalist shoe or going barefoot more to build up the structures of the feet more before trying a mat like this, but it'll be well worth it if you do.
As a real world example of how much it encourages you to move, I'm standing on it as I type out this, and I've probably touched every inch of its surface in that amount of time. It's just so much fun to explore with your feet, that I can't speak more highly of it.
Due to multiple herniated discs in my lower back I could no longer sit in a desk chair. I had to shift to "100% standing" overnight, rather than try to phase it in over time or do a Variable workstation.
This mat is a godsend. I use all the terrain to keep my legs moving and I an now pain free and standing 9 hours a day at my desk. If you are simply standing at your desk, you can develop the same issues as those who sit, the key is movement - and this mat encourages it. I also take time-outs to do stretches and other exercises at various points during the day. I have never felt better (and my back is a mess!)
P.S. I am baffled at the complaints that it is "too hard". I'm not sure what those people are looking for, but the idea is not to have a squishy surface, you want a firm but yielding one. The density is perfect for what it was designed to do. Zero complaints here.