Rectangle Trampolines UK
North Trampoline offer two of the best rectangular trampolines on the market, the Explorer and the Performer. A Rectangular trampoline is a great choice not only for budding athletes, but also for larger families with older kids.
- 'Even' Jump space means a safer jump experience without being drawn to the middle.
- Perfect for large families or adventurous kids!
- A rectangle shape has a larger jumping area than equivalent round trampoline.
- Our rectangular trampolines are designed for use by children over the age of 6.
Large Rectangle Trampolines
Most rectangular trampolines come in larger sizes. We sell the North Explorer, and North Performer - the ultimate freestyle rectangular trampoline for dedicated jumpers. Both Explorer and Performer measure 15ft x 10ft allowing plenty of space for pushing your jumping limits!
Professional Rectangle Trampolines
Athlete is in a league of its own. The steel frame is unmatched on the market due to its weighty construction. Athletes solid foundation is substantial when it comes to stability, safety and longevity. In terms of bouncing the rectangular shape is by far the best and highly recommended for athletic and acrobatic training.
Do not attempt at home without proper supervision and training.
Rectangle Trampoline Safety:
A rectangular trampoline has an even bounce across the whole jump mat area. A round trampoline is more likely to pull you to the centre for the optimum bounce, meaning if multiple children (not advised!) are using the trampoline then they are far less likely to collide on a rectangle trampoline due to the different jumping zones.
Rectangular Trampoline Bounce:
Chosen by athletes and used at competition level for good reason! We find many kids who love trampolining will soon want to upgrade to a rectangular trampoline for more space to practice flips and tricks and more control over each bounce.
Rectangular trampoline shape:
A rectangular trampoline will also loose less 'dead-space' in your garden than a round trampoline, especially if space is limited. Like oval trampolines they tend to be a good choice in long, narrow British gardens!
If you’re looking for a trampoline that is suitable for an older child that has some experience, then you should go for a rectangle trampoline.