Technically it is just the thickness where ‘H’ stands for height. So the Air Track H10 is 10 cm thick where the H33 is 33 cm thick. However, more thickness will open up a wider playing field for the use of different hardness degrees and therefore more suitable for a wider user range.

The thicker the mat
– The softer your takeoff
– The higher your jumps
– The softer your landings
– The lower the impact on your body

The thinner the mat
– The higher the air pressure required to prevent you from hitting the bottom
– The higher the stability
– The faster the rebound

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