Ergohead looks like one of the Topo and TerraMat imitators. Made of low-density polyurethane its massage rolls and mounds aren't potent enough to provide the promised foot massage, stretching, and rolling. Additionally, the Chinese-made mat off-gasses and keeps polluting the air even after a few weeks of use. If you enjoy more cushioning under your feet, it will provide you with enough support through hours of standing.
CubeFit TerraMat Review
The TerraMat by CubeFit is a welcomed entrant into the field of varied terrain standing mats. Combining the roominess of a traditional mat with fun and interesting surface features, the TerraMat has the best of both worlds to offer its standing desk users.
Ergodriven Topo Mat Review
While quality anti-fatigue mats provide a standing surface that's both robust and comfortable, the new Topo mat takes things to the next level with its irregular surface. Unique "Calculated Terrain" features keep users engaged in a wide variety of foot positions, encouraging continual movement throughout the day. While noticeably lacking in terms of comfort and size options, the Topo's various topographical features make it worth trying.
Licloud Standing Desk Mat Review
Licloud Mats Standing Desk Mat is an Asian-imported competitor of the Topo Mat and TerraMat. Borrowing features from across the active mat category, the mat offers massage balls in place of a sturdy calculated terrain.