Bog Mats

Don’t let soft ground bog you down.

Bog mats lay under vehicle wheels to prevent bogs and swamps from getting them stuck. They are extremely durable and can withstand the weight of large utes and tractors, but their small size makes them perfect for keeping in the boot while not in use. Bog mats work by creating a solid surface area between the soft ground and the heavy vehicle. By increasing the surface area, the ground protection mats spread the weight of the vehicle and reduce the bogging effect.

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Hardwearing bog mats

Matshop bog mats are made from semi-rigid, hardwearing HPDE plastic. Semi-rigid materials are flexible enough to fill gaps as needed but strong enough to hold up to 60 tonnes of vehicle weight. To make these bog mats go even further, spread the weight of your vehicles across multiple mats. The HPDE plastic is also UV-resistant, so the bog mats will be working as hard as you in the sun all day without deteriorating.

Easy to use and transport ground protection mats

Despite their strength, ground protection mats are only 2400mm long, but can be linked together to be larger. Choose from 600mm and 1200mm widths depending on your need! Because of their small size, bog mats can be easily stored in the back of your ute, car, truck or tractor and taken out when needed. Our bog mats have an additional ease of use feature: handles. Grab the handles to manoeuvre as you need without getting your hands stuck in the mud.

Use any vehicle, whatever the weather

The raised lugs on both sides keep these ground protection bog mats in place, while also providing traction for the tyres driving over. They are very popular for construction, mining and engineering customers, but are useful across multiple applications including residential. Home movers love bog mats because they no longer have to wait for the rain to stop, arrange the move around the dry season or place pieces of plywood in the mud.