Aquamat™

   

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12" X 12"

  • Interlocking 12" x 12" tiles
  • Resilient PVC for exceptional fatigue relief and durability
  • Quick draining surface
Easy-to-install, these interlocking 12" x 12" tiles create a comfortable surface for all-day standing and moving about. Made of resilient PVC material for exceptional fatigue relief and durability, with a fast draining sure-grip surface that adds a measure of safety in wet weather. UV resistant, mold and mildew- proof, fire retardant, rustproof. Resists most chemicals, too. 394 holes per tile. 6 tiles per pack.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by keeps your stuff dry use this to keep your stuff dry from the bottom of the boat or rod lockers. Easy to cut and install May 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gear saver I recently bought a Super Guide V16 Tracker Boat. I use the Aquamat to put in my storage areas and rod box to protect my gear and rods in case any water gets in these spaces during a heavy rain. This keeps everything elevated out of any water that might get in these spaces. October 25, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Expensive I bought 2 sets to use on the bottom of my Jon Boat. They worked well, but feel they are expensive for what you get. Per the instructions, you need to use a hammer to join them March 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for Jon Boats I bought a 1448 Grizzly jon boat to set on the small lake I live on. I had planned to put carpet on the front deck, the middle floor and the back bench. I talked to two different boat carpet installers and was told that if I'm going to leave the boat exposed to the elements setting on the lake, that the carpet would not last over two or three years. I saw the aquamat in the Bass Pro catalog, looked it up online, and read the reviews. After reading the reviews I ordered it and installed it myself in about 2 hours. I can't say yet how well it will hold up, but I'm very happy with how it made the boat quieter, protects my rod and reels, and provides cushion under my feet. It also looks very nice installed on the olive jon boat color. Installation is very easy. Just fasten the individual tiles as directed and you can easily cut it to fit with a sharp untility knife. I believe it will do much better in the long run that the topline outdoor carpet I was planning to install. Because I installed it myself, the cost was just about the same or possibly slightly cheaper than having the carpet put in. Overall, I'm extremely happy with how it turned out. I even called my local Bass Pro Tracker boat team and told them this was ideal for jon boats with flat floors or benches, and that they could install it easily. They asked for pictures and I sent them pictures of the aquamat installed in my boat. July 21, 2010
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How thick are the tiles?

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I would guess about 3/8 of an inch
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