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4-Step Mat

Step On/Off Equipment. PT Aid.

4-Step Mat

Item: NOR-GF844D

Features

  • Our 4-step kids foam mats are filled with a 70 ILD polyurethane foam base topped with a layer of firm crosslink foam for additional support and a much longer life.
  • Our Soft Foam Steps are ideal for young children who are developing large motor skills and/or for creative play.
  • Covers are fabricated of brightly-colored 18 oz. vinyl-coated polyester.
  • 28"H x 30"W x 44"L, 34 lbs.
  • Made in the USA

Description

4-Step - Foam Steps

Kids 2, 3, and 4 Foam Steps

Foam 2 Steps For Kids Foam 3 Steps For Kids Foam 4 Steps For Kids
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This product must ship via motor freight (truck) and therefore requires a shipping quote.

Custom color combinations available.

Our 4-step kids foam mats are filled with a 70 ILD polyurethane foam base topped with a layer of firm crosslink foam for additional support and a much longer life. Covers are fabricated of brightly-colored 18 oz. vinyl-coated polyester.

Foam steps are ideal for young children who are developing large motor skills and/or for creative play. In gymnastics environments, they are frequently used for stepping up to a trampoline. This product is also very popular in physical therapy and rehab centers for aiding in re-developing balance and strength.

Specifications:

  • 4 Steps
  • Every step has a firm top layer made of crosslink for additional support
  • 28"H x 30"W x 44"L
  • 34 lbs.
  • Green top. Yellow sides

Common Uses and Applications:

  • In gymnastics, stepping on or off a trampoline
  • For child creative play and kids obstacle courses
  • Pediatric physical therapy as well as adult PT
  • Sports injury, stroke, and post surgery rehabiliation
  • Large motor skill development
  • Any situation where an injury-proof reflective surface is required.

Request a quote for custom color combinations from chart below.

Foam Steps Colors

Made In The USA
Made in the USA

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