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The lightweight touring floor. The same characteristics as Timestep except it weighs 25% less and costs 25% less. The perfect touring floor. Timestep T is thinner and lighter than Timestep so it is easier to transport. It also costs less. Life expectancy up to 10 years. Continental USA Shipping Only. Must be used on a hard, flat surface. It may break if used on carpet or any uneven surface.
The Timestep T mat is great for protecting our hardwood floors and giving my son a space at home to be able to move around while tapping. My home made 2.5'X4' elevated plywood tap board made his tapping SO loud that his teacher said he tapped too softly in the studio. Now he can tap with the same intensity at home as in the studio. We leave it in place because it takes time for the vinyl to relax and lay flat at the edges. It was a good investment.
Does this mat have the foam shock layer like the other mats? If so, is it as thick?
by: akadancemom (11/02/2013)
This mat does not need any extra mats between itself and the floor. It is also not made with any layers. The material used to make this mat allows it not need anything extra. - DDS Customer Service (11/14/2013)
Can this by used on carpet? Can it be used for pointe?
by: Gianna (08/13/2013)
im turning a section in my workout room to a dance studio. i will have a ballet barre and a dance floor. the size is great but can it be used on carpet? Would this Product be good for what im looking for? im also using it for pointe is this a good floor for pointe?
This can be laid over carpet, and the PVC is great for pointe work. - DDS Customer Service (08/13/2013)
I am looking for flooring I can use to convert a section of my basement to practice pointe. Would this floor or the wood be to better choice?
I would say probably this floor, because it looks like marley. That's what we have in our studios. I've always been told not to use your pointe shoes on wooden floors because it could damage the shoes. Just my thoughts! - Brookie (04/15/2013)