Our BJJ mats are used for Brazilian Jiu-jitsu or grappling martial arts. They are suitable for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), wrestling, aikido, hapkido etc. They are also suitable for a large number of other activities that require safety flooring. We also have vinyl tatami BJJ mats available for added durability. They are often called grappling mats as there is grappling in BJJ.
Ezymats endeavour to be the most economical supplier of interlocking BJJ mats and tatami BJJ mats in Australia. Should you find cheaper mats elsewhere we promise to do our best to beat any reasonable quote for the same product.
Benefits Of Interlocking BJJ Mats
- Easy to install
- Simple interlocking puzzle system
- Made from EVA foam
- Duarable and easy to clean
- Offer great protection and Comfort
- Suitable for all forms of grappling & martial arts training
- Great grappling mats.
Heavy Duty BJJ Mats
Southern Cross Mats also offer a range of heavy duty mats which are ideal for BJJ training. These mats are manufactured with a heavy duty vinyl and compressed foam. They have a none-slip back for added convenience. There are two options with our heavy duty training mats. We have a mat with a tatami finish for people who want a more traditional finish and require extra grip. We also have a smooth surface mats which helps to reduce mat burn. This surface is especially suitable for no-gi training and mixed standup and grappling training. Both styles are tailored to Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.
Benefits of Heavy Duty Mats
- Long Lasting
- Great density for training
- Non-slip surface
- Smooth or Tatami finish
- Available in Black or Grey
Contact Southern Cross Mats For All Your Grappling Mats Needs
Please contact Southern Cross Mats before making your purchase from another supplier and you won’t be disappointment.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a martial art that focuses on grappling and especially ground fighting. BJJ was formed from a number of individuals and eventually came to be its own art through practices and adaptation. Carlos and Helio Gracie as well as other instructors who were practitioners such as Luiz Franca were responsible for nurturing the art and facilitating its spread throughout Brazil and then the world.
Grappling is a generic term and applies to all martial arts that use grappling in their fighting repertoire. This kind of training requires grappling mats to remain safe.