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Old 07-15-2001, 02:27 PM   #1
Nicksan
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Supplies

I was wondering if anyone has a source for real, but inexpensive training mats like the ones used in most dojos.
Thanks,
NW
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Old 07-16-2001, 08:29 AM   #2
Brian Vickery
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Re: Supplies

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I was wondering if anyone has a source for real, but inexpensive training mats like the ones used in most dojos.
Thanks,
NW
Nicksan,

Give this site a try:

http://www.swainsportsintl.com/f_flooring.htm

Swain makes all kinds of mats, some are 'tatami' style, others are just your typical folding variety of varying thicknesses and sizes.

I own a set of the folding type. Have used them in my dojo for more than 2 years and they still look like new! Another instructor I know has the tatami style and he loves them!

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Brian Vickery

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