Foam Mat Floor Tiles, Interlocking EVA Foam Padding by Stalwart
|Price:||$19.95 - $44.50|
- Shock absorbing non-toxic EVA foam, protects floors from damage
- Lightweight and water resistant, easy clean up with soap and water
- Interlocking tiles come with 2 straight edge pieces each
- Stores easily when not in Use, contains 6 black tiles
- Tile Dimensions: 24 inches x 24 inches x 0.50 inches thick
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The Stalwart Interlocking EVA Foam Floor Mats will help reduce fatigue and protect your floors thanks to a full 1/2 inch of thickness. These Multi-Color Floor Mats are perfect for exercise areas, workshops or kids play areas. Give yourself shock-absorbing comfort when doing Yoga, Pilates, Cross Fit or weight lifting! Protect your little ones when they play, by assembling the mats into a virtual carpet to cover the play area floor! Can also be used in any room you might be standing for long periods like your kitchen or bathroom. These mats are NON-TOXIC, easy to assemble and wipe clean with soap and water. They offer water resistance and a non-slip surface. IMPORTANT: Avoid buying counterfeit products and transacting with unauthorized sellers. Look for our logo on the packaging for every one of our products. Stalwart is committed to providing the consumer with the absolute best price and value on our entire line our products, which we ensure by applying a rigorous Quality Control process. Stalwart is a registered trademark protected by U.S. Trademark law and will be vigorously defended.
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One order gets you 6 individual 2' X 2' squares, each with the ability to interlock. I required 6 orders to cover the needed amount of space. All four sides of each individual square have a removable strip that exposes jigsaw like cogs by which the squares are joined. This means you'll have some strips to store if you ever plan to change your configuration, but this is no big deal to me.
At 1/2" thick, it's probably the minimum for what I need. I'm squatting and deadlifting on this stuff and while I'm not dropping it, I want protection against an accidental drop, not to mention just the normal impact of deadlift repetitions. Leaving weight on the flooring leaves a long lasting imprint, so it's best to return the weights between use on visible portions of the floor. I have a bench and a rack that sit on the flooring and that are certainly punishing it, but as these portions are not visible I don't mind.
The only problem with the product is that the cogs that allow each square to interlock have an occasional side with one end piece that doesn't quite match up. We played tetrus with the squares for a bit and then just decided to snip that end piece with scissors. I'm talking about a piece about a half of an inch long here, so it's no big deal. Still, its confusing when you discover it and you can waste a bit of time trying to puzzle it out before realizing it's easier to cut it.
Overall, this is proving to be a great product for the price. During my research I didn't see anything else even close in price and so far it's holding up to frequent use. Three star build, four star function and five star pricing nets it 4 stars from me.
I installed these by cleaning the floor good for dust and dirt, and laying down strips of carpet tape at the seams. Initial impressions are good this will hold well to dynamic impacts. If your garage has a lot of oil or grime, I would scrub clean prior to laying tape for a good seal with the floor.
The foam is not very dense at all, and not tacky in the least bit. If the primary purchase is for a weight room--do NOT buy these. For a weight room, you want something much more dense. Look into something such as stall mats, and you will be much more satisfied. Whether your squating or doing push ups, you want an efficient transfer of energy through the floor, not soft cushioning.
I purchased these over others of similar description because the surface texture does not appear to be too slick when wet. We'll test this soon.
The star deduction is for the color misrepresentation in the photos. To the eye, there is no real difference. Also, one package was damaged, open, and full of insects. This could be on the seller or delivery service, but it's another data point.
These are better than those. Those ones don't line up properly every time. Even within the same package, they won't all connect just right. Which is fine for connecting 2x3 with a single 6-pack. But I did my entire basement. And if every other connection is a few millimeters off, by the time you get 5 rows down, it's the leaning tower of Pisa and you can't connect mats, anymore. So my floor ended up being 4 different segments. If I'd used this style, I wouldn't have had that problem.
I tested these by taking 2 packages and connecting them together. One from pile A, one from pile B, A, B, A, B. No problems.
I was surprised, though, that the 0.5 inch was so much more noticeably squishy than the 0.375 inch. You wouldn't think and eighth of an inch would be a big deal, but these had noticeable rebound when walking on them. I imagine that's better for cushioning falling objects.