Foam Pit / Balance

A foam pit trampoline is a type of trampoline that includes a foam pit at the end of the jumping surface. This allows users to safely jump, flip, and perform acrobatic maneuvers into a soft-landing area.

The size of the foam pit can vary, but it is large enough to accommodate multiple users at once. The bouncing surface of a foam pit trampoline is made from a strong and durable material, such as polypropylene, that is attached to the frame using springs. The bouncing surface is designed to provide a high-quality bounce while also being gentle on users' joints.

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