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IncStores – Tatami Foam Tiles – Extra thick mats perfect for martial arts, MMA, lightweight home gyms, p90x, gymnastics, yoga, cardio, aerobic, and exercises

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Description: Our Tatami tiles offer a thick interlocking foam product designed for use in areas where shock absorption is important. Our Tatami tiles provide a unique surface appearance intended to mimic Japanese Tatami mats. Our Tatami tile is waterproof, easy to clean and typically ship the same or next business day.

*** Note: Foam products can be punctured by sharp animal nails, rough use, high heels, and moving furniture. Our warehouse recycles boxes and may ship tiles in various tile counts and box sizes to complete orders.

Material: Closed cell EVA foam

Size: 24" x 24" x 19mm nominal (Note: Tiles do overlap 1" when locked together)

Weight: ~2 Lbs/tile

Recommended Uses: Tatami Tiles are designed to provide a safe and shock absorbing training surface for a variety of activities including grappling, Judo, MMA, Jiu Jitsu, Karate, Taekwondo, Goza, Aikido, and as Dojo flooring.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 24 x 0.9 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds
  • Origin:  China
  • ASIN: B00IFP6H4A

Customer Reviews

great mats for light jiu jitsu

10 people found this helpful.
 on January 6, 2017
I purchased these for my garage gym. they worked out great! set up was easy. they are soft and hard. great for jiu jitsu ground work. i would not use these for take downs, at least not if you're using them on concrete like i am. i highly recommend these for anyone who's looking to roll or just need some padding for workouts or even for kids to play on.

Perfect for Grappling!

3 people found this helpful.
 on January 27, 2017
By Sirena
My boyfriend and I purchased these so we could easily set up and remove some mats when we want to practice jiu jitsu at our house (when it's winter, it can be hard to find the motivation to actually get to the gym) and we love these! They are very reasonably priced and perfect for our needs. Once the mats are together, they stay tightly interlocked despite grappling. They also withstand our dog when he runs around on them so they are quite sturdy. I wouldn't suggest take downs or throws unless you have a layer of padding underneath them, but that's about the only con I can think of!

Better than I expected!!

9 people found this helpful.
 on March 6, 2015
By Michelle W
These are great! They are a bit firm underneath my feet but I'm sure they'll soften up with repeated use. I did find that I could not practice on the mats just in socks as the surface is a bit slippery, but the problem disappears while wearing shoes, so I have no issues with that. I'm using these mats in my garage and there is some minor sliding on the smooth surface, but nothing so extensive to prevent me from buying more in the future.

Excellent pads -- lots of cushion and high quality

2 people found this helpful.
 on April 22, 2016
By Anne C.
I have a finished basement where I work out. The cement floor has a high quality carpet pad and carpet on it, but I still didn't feel comfortable doing plyometrics because I have arthritic knees and a hip replacement (I'm way too young for these issues -- hence the plyometrics 🙂 ).

We purchased these mats for our martial arts school. ...

5 people found this helpful.
 on May 23, 2016
By Angie
We purchased these mats for our martial arts school. They are well constructed and provide just enough cushioning for the activities we do. The only negative thing about these mats are they expand in humidity. Make sure to leave room for expansion. When you purchase these make sure to add extra because where they connect together lessens the square footage a little bit.

Good for Jiu Jitsu and other sports.

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 24, 2017
By Paul McDermitt
I use these for BJJ (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu), wrestling, and boxing workouts in my basement. I have used them about 6-8 times so far and they are holding up nicely. They are ok for gentle take downs but I would avoid any hard throws. I put a layer of carpet pad I got very cheap by buying remnants ath the local Menards (Lowes/Home depot). The carpet padding really makes them feel even softer. These are not to be used for setting treadmills, spin bikes, weight benches or things like that. These mats are too soft for that. They are great for grappling, tumbling, yoga, or other sports where you need soft landings.

These are great! I had the cheaper foam that were about ...

3 people found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2017
By Kirk C
These are great! I had the cheaper foam that were about 3/8" thick and they lasted about one year after doing the P90 and P90X workouts on them 4-5 x a week. These are much thicker, 3/4" and much nicer in quality. If you cannot afford the pure rubber mat, these are the next best thing. I also purchased seam tape and a rubber carpet holder to put underneath it. Very pleased.

Love the two-tone mats. Easy to install to size the room.

One person found this helpful.
 on April 2, 2017
By K. Luangkesorn
I installed this in the basement for my son and I to exercise and practice taekwondo. Love the two-tone. In forms, it is a great gage of distance and ensures that our forms are correctly spaced. The mats provide good padding for jumps and the occasional tumble. Easy to install. My 6 year old helped me to lay down the mats and it was easy to cut the mats to size using a utility knife. Since we cut them with a utility knife to go from wall to wall and around objects, we find that they is no slippage or shifting. Great workout floor.

It's the perfect thickness and I don't notice any of the rough ...

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 17, 2016
By Mike
I put these over a pebbled concrete floor (indoor) so I could do P90X, yoga, calisthenics, etc. It's the perfect thickness and I don't notice any of the rough surface underneath. The surface has some texture but is a little slippery, even in bare feet. It was also recommended by a contractor friend to put down a cement sealer first to prevent moisture from wicking up through and causing mold underneath. Since you can use either side, there are no air channels for ventilation like in stall mats. I used Olympic Waterguard Multi-Surface from Lowe's.

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