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Rick Granick

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I think I bought mine from Uline Co. You might also try Grainger, or possibly some of the tool companies such as Lee Valley or Rockler.
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Rebecca, Next time you are across the border, stop at Home Depot. The anti-fatique mats are in the "Floor and Wall" dept (carpet, wall paper, tile, etc) they are 36"x36" approximately, with a French riffle key along two sides [positive and negative] so that you can build as long a mat as you want or need. They are $19.96/section US, and their SKU is #136-069.
Hope this helps.
Save enough on the mats and you can start thinking about that Prius.

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Don't forget that they can be doubled up for extra cushion. I have the standard industrial pads with the Home Depot pads on top. Very soft.

Dr Scholl's makes a very good orthotics shoe insert as well.
 

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Also, Lowes sells the anti-fatigue mat on a roll. It is 36in wide and as long as you want. We us them at both stores. The Home Depot ones interlock. If you want to cover a large area, that would be the way to go.


I like the Dr Scholl's hiking boots. They don't last as long as other brands, but they sure do feel good on your feet.
 
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