You no longer need choose between purchasing Folding Panel Mats and Wall Pads. Our new Wall Mounting Strips transform mats into wall pads and back again.
6′ long aluminum channel sections install easily and permanently to walls; 2′ wide Hook or Loop fastener component permits you to very quickly attach or remove your mats as needed (Fastener on long ends of mats is required for standard application; shorter mats with fastener on short ends may also work in many instances).
Each strip is 72″ L x 2″ W x 1/4″ D.
- Hook-and-loop fasteners on four sides as wall padding
- Aluminum strips have 2″ wide hook-and-loop fasteners on facing
- Mats can be quickly attached or detached
- Permanent installation is easy and strips complement room décor
- Sold in 6′ long sections
Jammar's Landing Mats
|G-824X||4'||8'||1-3/8"||Two Short Ends|
|G-834X||4'||8'||1-3/8"||All Four Sides|
|G-825X||5'||10'||1-3/8"||Two Short Ends|
|G-835X||5'||10'||1-3/8"||All Four Sides|
|G-826X||6'||12'||1-3/8"||Two Short Ends|
|G-836X||6'||12'||1-3/8"||All Four Sides|
|G-824P||4'||8'||2"||Two Short Ends|
|G-834P||4'||8'||2"||All Four Sides|
|G-825P||5'||10'||2"||Two Short Ends|
|G-835P||5'||10'||2"||All Four Sides|
|G-826P||6'||12'||2"||Two Short Ends|
|G-836P||6'||12'||2"||All Four Sides|
Mat Safety Tips:
Mats and protective equipment are not the complete answer to eliminating or reducing injuries. It is more important that falls be prevented rather than to assume that the fall will occur. Mats are not fail-safe. Nothing can substitute for proper instruction, spotting and good common sense in the teaching of gymnastics.
Careless progression or escalated learning at the expense of control and ability cannot be safeguarded by additional mats. Landing on the head or landing in an out-of-control position can result in injuries regardless of extra mats. Some good common sense and logic need to be exercised in determining the size and number of mats needed by a particular activity. It would be difficult to establish absolute mat requirements for every situation. In a gymnasium, mats should never be idle. There is always a place for additional mats.