• Surface embossing designed to provide better traction and greater contact area
• Channels water away and performs in all conditions
• Non slip, easy to maneuver wheelchairs and walkers
-The bottom layer consists of a waffle-shaped geometric construction, deformable in two dimensions, that provides cushioning and energy return.
-The special structure, angled in the direction of running, differentiates the biomechanical response depending on the type of stress generated by the athlete.
The traditional calendared Super X, provides a superior, more uniform and consistent performance compared to embedded EPDM textured surfaces:
• Traction – nothing outperforms vulcanized rubber. A Mondo surface allows for the use of smaller spikes thus achieving faster times by reducing drag.
• Drainage - the uniform repeating texture ensures proper water flow
• Durability - no granules breaking away underfoot, ensuring consistent traction, safety and athletic performance.
• Safety – Even wet, the surface not only exceeds all IAAF but also meets ADA requirements and is MRSA resistant.
Like anything of value and longevity, quality construction begins from the bottom up with a sound foundation. The patented hexagonal 720 design is the driving engine which allows the deforming geometries of the backing to harness the rudimentary laws of physics, providing both comfort and speed simultaneously, unlike any other layer in the history of track & field.
• Comfort - generated from the hexagonal cushion of air, the same principles of which most athletic footwear is based upon.
• Speed - generated in two ways - first: during each step, the force gained and not dissipated, transitions from the 5th metatarsus to the 1st metatarsus faster with the hexagonal backing than any other track surface. Simtaneously, the air charged hexagons and encapsulated microcells are the driving force for energy return. This is a proven mechanical advantage for the athlete.
• Greenguard Gold certified
• 100% recyclable and easy to dispose of because it is free of halogen, CFCs, plasticizers, chlorine, heavy metals and asbestos
• Contributes toward the efforts to achieve LEED points