Climbmat Flooring

Climbmat Flooring solutions for climbing gyms

About Climbmat's Safety Mats

We believe that a climbing gym's safety mats are one of its most important components. Choosing the right flooring solution can not only prevent serious injuries, but can also save lives.

Walltopia's very first flooring projects date back to 2005 and since then, we have invested a lot in research and development related to climbing safety. In 2012, we even founded a new subsidiary, entirely dedicated to flooring solutions - Climbmat.

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About Climbmat

Climbmat produces high quality safety mats for climbing gyms and sports centers worldwide. The company offers complete solutions, which include precise measurement, manufacturing, delivery, installation and post sale services. Its mission is to provide a safe climbing environment for every gym in the world by improving current flooring systems and developing new products.

Climbmat is founded and run by a team of engineers and the R&D is performed by a PhD physicist who is also a climber aware of the needs and requirements of the market.



Commercial grade, high-traffic optimized needlepunched

Tech specs:
• Total weight: 750 – 1050 g/m2 (22 - 31 Oz)
• Fibers: 100 % polypropylene
• Noise Reduction: 17 – 20 dB
• Fire behavior: Cfl (acc. EN 13501-1)
Materials with higher fire ratings are available upon request - Bfl – according EN 13501-1

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All of our products use only the highest quality polyurethane foams available, combining low impact for the climbers and low residual deformation for higher comfort and durability.

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Vinyl Vs. Carpet

Very durable and flexible material Very hard to clean climbing shoe rubber marks Very easy cleaning Less durability compared to vinyl
Does not hold odors Does not hold the chalk and requires a lot of maintenance to keep the wall clean. Holds some of the chalk, which can be easily removed upon cleaning Holds stains and odors, if not cleaned on a regular basis
Spill resistant Comfortable feel, creates a cosy athmosphere Less flexible than vinyl, can cause warps and wrinkles over time
Few or no seams No noise absorbtion Strong noise absorbtion Velcro seаms every 2-4 m that are a weak spot and might need replacement

One Cover Boulder Mat

Our one cover option features seamless cover over the whole area. It is an advisable very durable solution for large areas. The flooring is non-removable, and requires an experienced crew for installation / deinstallation and repair.

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Modular Boulder Mats

Our modular option features modules customized for your wall, connected with PVC vinyl velcro lids. Advisable solution for small areas, it is easy to install and/or repair even by an unexperienced crew. Weak on the connection points.

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Carpet Top Upgrade

Adding carpet on top of the PVC vinyl has become the norm lately, regardless of the construction. The combination of vinyl and carpet, unites the pros of both materials, and minimizes the cons.
Standard Features:

• Reinforced corners
• Foam ventilation
• No Gap system
• Welded PVC connections
• Double-stitched carpet connections

Optional Features:

• Harder edge
• Partial carpet-covering (single strip to the wall)
• Dual-color carpet finish
• Partial front edge carpet covering
• Anti-slip bottom.

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Rope Wall Mats

Our standard rope wall mats feature a thick layer of heavy open cell polyurethane foam or a combination of a closed cell carpet bonded foam with an open cell foam.


  • Good walking stiffness
  • Good protection for falls of up to 3 m (10 ft)

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One More Life Mats

One More Life (OML) is innovative flooring solution for indoor top rope and lead climbing walls that prevents severe injuries or death in the event of a fall from up to 17 m ( 55 ft.) Tested with a precise human analog crash test dummy under the norms of the automotive industry, the flooring solution minimizes the risk for activities above the ground and offers a safer environment for the gym customers.

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Climbmat Brochure
Climbmat Brochure
White Paper on Importance of Flooring
White Paper on Importance of Flooring

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