ECore renames two Athletic collections

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ECoreLancaster, Pa.—Ecore said it has changed the names of two Athletic collections and products: the Everlast collection is now the Basic Fit collection and Smashtile has been renamed to dBTile.

Basic Fit collection

The Everlast collection is comprised of basic rolls and tiles and will now be called Basic Fit. ECore said it is shock absorbent, durable, affordable, easily maintained and is the original composition rubber fitness floor. Available in rolls and tiles, the durable surface sets the standard for performance, quality and affordability, according to the company.

dBTile

For areas where extreme durability and ultimate sound and shock absorption are required, dBTile is designed to mitigate the shock and sound resulting from weights being released onto its surface by absorbing impact. Featuring a patented, high-density wear layer, the surface is slip resistant and offers easy installation, according to ECore.

Performance collection updates

The Performance collection will now include Performance UltraTile and Performance dBTile, previously part of the Everlast collection, in addition to Performance Motivate, Rally, Beast, Beast Plus, Monster and Modzilla. The Performance family of products offers solutions to create an ideal training and performance environment for a range of activities, from light strength and conditioning to extreme strength training, ECore said.

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