Boating And the MitiGator Floor Mats

With every boat there are certain essentials needed for a safe and pleasurable boating experience. Floor mats are one of those essentials, however not every floor mat is made the same. The MitiGator, designed by Sea Systems Group, is a cushioning material developed to absorb violent impacts from external events. Premier Performance Interiors(PPI), an upholstery maker for offshore craft developed floor mats using the MitiGator Cushioning System.

The floor mats are one-inch thick encompassed with black fabric as well as carrying handles that let one move the mats easily throughout the craft.  The floor mats also use a non-skid vinyl material that allows the mats to stay in one place even when wet.  An extra layer of PVC plastic can be installed in the mats providing improved visibility during the craft’s operation.

The floor mats are extremely versatile as they can be cut into a number of  shapes allowing it to be placed in almost any part of the craft. The floor mats are already being used on a number of craft, including military and coast guard vessels, as the MitiGator was originally designed for military use.

Whether you’re a fishermen or a race boat operator, the MitiGator floor mats can give you that much needed protection and comfort when out on the high seas. If you have any questions, please click on the media link below.

The MitiGator™ Technology is an engineered cushioning system designed to protect people and equipment from these assaults and to allow them to continue to perform their jobs or enjoy their leisure time. The MitiGator™ uses patented air control technology working with over 4,000 surfaces per square foot to dissipate energy before it is transmitted to the body and thus help alleviate the problems. For more information on the MitiGator Cushioning System email


~ by fnunez on February 7, 2012.

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