Tacx Rollable Trainer Mat

Tacx Rollable Trainer Mat
Tacx Rollable Trainer Mat
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Rollable Trainer Mat by Tacx
The versatile Tacx Rollable Trainer Mat can go anywhere and be almost anything. Rollable to tuck away in a closet when you have family and visiting friends take over your living room training area, it's a home-maker's dream exercise platform. Made of 6mm thick, high-performance foam, it protects indoor hardwood flooring from monster four-digit sprints and adds a more cohesive theme to your bare garage floor training cave. It takes the brunt of your corrosive heavy-sweating "heat-training" sessions and tolerates spills of sugary endurance drinks and discarded gel wrappers thrown down under exhaustion-induced carelessness. It's your companion during the entire winter to give you the confidence you'll need to meet race weight before your competition. All that, and it's humble enough to understate its versatility with a matte black finish and subtle styling that won't clash with the indoor decor if you're able to leave it out for a while.

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