Article Number: 15910
Patcraft’s Walk Forward Collection Enhances Entry Spaces
Cartersville, Ga.—Patcraft, a leader in high-performance commercial flooring, has launched its newest modular collection, Walk Forward. An entrance flooring solution that offers scrubber capabilities to capture soil and reduce slips and falls for entry spaces, Walk Forward features modern, abstract patterning to create scale and movement across the floor. The 24” x 24” tiles are available in four colorways and are designed to seamlessly coordinate with other Patcraft soft and hard surface flooring products for maximum design flexibility.

“With Walk Forward we explored the need for sophisticated patterns and modern visuals within entrance flooring products and how these designs work with other flooring throughout a space,” said Shannon Cochran, vice president of creative and design for Patcraft. “This collection is designed to enhance entry spaces while also meeting the durability and performance preferences of end-users.”

Available in both loop and tip shear constructions, Walk Forward features four patterns that range in scale to create dimension and increased texture. This versatile entrance flooring collection offers scrubber capabilities which assist in the reduction of dirt and soil at entry points, which can provide a cost-reducing solution for flooring maintenance.

Constructed with Eco Solution Q Nylon® and EcoWorx® backing, Walk Forward is Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Silver. Products are backed with limited lifetime warranties against stain, colorfastness to light, static and abrasive wear for maximum performance and appearance retention.

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