|Black||Navy Blue||Forest Green||Burgundy|
See what we have and when you’ll get it with this handy table!
– In stock. Ships next business day.
– Back Order. We don’t have this size and color in stock. The usual delivery time on back orders is 4-6 weeks.
You will receive a shipping notification when your order ships.
Care, Cleaning & Storage
To ensure the long life of your mat, check out our Care and Handling tips.
For custom cut dimensions up to 80 in x 50 in, check out the Custom Cut Gaming Mat listing.
Also see our 24″ x 14″ playmats if you are looking for something less-than-table-sized.
Our standard size neoprene gaming mats are intended to fit common sizes of different types of tables. The sizes are based on averages of those available tables and assume some limited exposed table space on the edges; you should measure your table before assuming a certain fit.
When choosing your mat size, you may want to consider how close to the edge you actually want your mat. If the mat goes right up to the edge, it would take more wear as people rest their elbows the edge of the table. A one inch border would minimize that. And a 2-3 inch border would give you a place to put your drink and tuck secret cards under there.
Large Dining Table (73.5 in x 38.5 in)
5-Piece Dining Table (46 in x 27 in)
This is a small rectangular style of table that would come with four chairs in a set (hence 5-piece). If you have a round or square dining table, see below.
Card Table (32 in x 32 in)
This will fit a collapsible, square card table. It is 44.25 in diagonally if you are checking for fit on your round table.
Folding Table (59 in x 27 in)
Most collapsible tables (common in gaming spaces and conventions) are five or six feet long. This will fit both comfortably.
Although most mats are exactly the specified size, please keep in mind that we can only guarantee a tolerance of 1/2 inch on standard size mats. We can guarantee a tolerance of 1/4 inch on custom mats. Neoprene may expand or contract slightly with temperature and age. These effects are minimized because of the thickness of the material. And although the mats are cut with precision instruments, it is unrealistic to expect a machine level of precision on a big floppy piece of rubber, especially in very large sizes.
You may want a custom mat if you’ve got a huge table…