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Imprint Cobblestone Kitchen Mats, Espresso

EcoFriendly Staying on your feet has never been more comfortable—whether you’re prepping food for your next dinner party, spending a weekend baking or washing dishes after, these anti-fatigue mats conform to the shape of your feet and support your arches for relief of back, leg and foot discomfort.

The Cumulus9™ proprietary Multi-Core technology is environmentally friendly and non-toxic, providing a multi-layer cushioning. The soft upper layer cushions your feet luxuriously, while the lower layer provides soothing support. Each mat is designed with no-curl edges and stay-flat memory tech to reduce tripping hazards while the non-slip bottom keeps mat in place. The long-lasting and durable surface is anti-microbial, waterproof, resistant to stains, abrasions and punctures.

Finished in an attractive cobblestone texture in two convenient sizes. Standard mat is 20" x 36"; island area runner is 26" x 72". Both are 5/8" thick. Great for bathrooms, laundry and garage too! Hand wash. Made in Korea.
 
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimensions: 20" x 36", 26" x 72"
  • Material: Proprietary Cumulus9 Multi-Core gel technology
  • Warranty: Manufacturer’s 7-year
BENEFITS:
  • Multi-core cushioning system conforms to the shape of your feet and supports your arches for relief of back, leg and foot discomfort
  • No-curl edges and stay-flat memory tech reduce trip hazard and safe, non-slip bottom keeps comfort mat in place.
  • Durable, anti-microbial surface is waterproof, washable and resistant to stains, abrasions and punctures
  • Environmentally friendly and non-toxic
  • Great for kitchen, laundry room, bathroom and garage use
  • Made in Korea
 
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