Searching for the right anti-fatigue mat for your standing desk brings forth a daunting paradox of choice. They come in all sizes, colors, and quality of construction. Having analyzed many and written more fully-detailed product reviews on various standing mat offerings than any other expert review site, our simple advice to the reader is this: First figure out what quality level best suits your needs, then narrow down your choice of size, color, and shape. Read our full guide on anti-fatigue floor mats to choose the best standing desk mat for your office.
Non-Flat Standing Mat Comparison Reviews
There's a fresh new wrinkle to the conventional anti-fatigue mat that goes beyond anything we've seen from the matting industry. Raised edges, topographic surface, and activity-promoting features take standing to the next level. We've gathered a round of progenitor mats along with their imitators and savvy competitors to show you the best of the non-flat mat category.
iMovR EcoLast Dual Gripper Standing Mat Review
One problem that persists with most standing mats is the risk of “travel”, or slipping out of place on smooth or wet surfaces, and even on office carpeting. At best it poses an inconvenience, as mats need to be repositioned throughout the day; at worst it’s a dangerous trip hazard. Most decent mats will have some sort of non-slip surface, which works to a certain extent. But for complete peace of mind iMovR goes the extra mile with their EcoLast Dual Gripper Mat.
We’ve reviewed the EcoLast before: its one-piece polyurethane construction, durable SmartTech formulation, and 5-year warranty put it squarely at the top of our comparison list for anti-fatigue mats. Now, for just $10 more, [...]
Durable Corporation Comfort Stand HD Mat Review
Comfort Stand HD Mat by Durable Corporation sets certain expectations for durability and comfort. Made of nitrile rubber sponge, the mat outshines the competition in terms of travel control but completely fails on all other fronts.
JumpSport’s Wurf Board Review
A crossover between a balance trainer and an anti-fatigue mat, the heavily marketed Wurf Board is becoming quite popular. We've tested it in our labs and found that it better surfs (sic) as an active standing solution rather than comfortable cushioning.
Ergohead Standing Mat Review
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.