Lupit | Standard Square Crash Mat
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Lupit Crash Mat Square Multi-Use Standard
Lupit Square Crash Mat Multi-Use Standard a wide space around the pole and provides you with safety for your pole practice. Can be used with or without a dance pole for any activity where extra cushion is needed.
Lupit pole crash mats are known for their excellent quality and durability. Regardless of the brand or size of your dance pole, you can easily install this crash mat around your pole.
✔︎ Anti-slip fabric at the bottom to protect you by stopping the mat from slipping
✔︎ The crash mat is made from top quality materials which passed rigorous testing.
✔︎ Stackable and easy to store
✔︎ Easy to install
✔︎ Compatible with all dance pole brands
Made In: Europe
Description: Standard square crash mat
Colors: Black, Pink, Red (red color has been discontinued, no longer available)
Diameter: 1500mm (4'11.06") x 1500mm (4'11.06")
Thickness: 80mm (3.14")
Shipping to USA $64.99 | Shipping to Canada $64.99 | Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii & Puerto Rico $64.99
In-stock products are shipped directly from the Lupit factory in Slovenia. Once you place your order, it’s submitted to Lupit for processing. Processing time to package items for shipment is 3-5 business days (excluding weekends and holidays). International shipping takes longer to arrive.
Once packaged, shipping can take 10-15 working days via economy ground to arrive, depending on your location. Since this is an international shipment, it must clear Customs during the shipping process. Customs may cause delays that are beyond our control and beyond Lupit’s control. Customs decides when to clear shipments into the USA and they do not give us a time frame. Generally, they are quick to clear items coming into the USA from Lupit.
You are responsible for any additional charges such as duties, taxes, and customs clearance fees of the destination country. These charges can vary widely and are often determined by the customs agency in your country and are typically based on the imported good’s value, trade agreements, import quotas, and other factors.