Re-engineered from the ground up

Each year more than 105,000 kids are sent to the hospital because of traditional trampolines – and that’s just in the USA. When you compare spring-based vs Springfree trampolines, it’s easy to see why Springfree Trampolines are one of the safest trampolines on the market.




Spring-based trampolines have metal coil springs that can pinch or injure a jumper.

Mat Rods

Springfree Trampoline uses flexible composite rods that lie beneath the jumping surface out of harm’s way.

Exposed Frame

The frame on a spring-based trampoline introduces a hard surface into the jumping area. Landing on the frame can result in fractures, lacerations and head injuries.

Hidden Frame

Springfree Trampoline’s frame is well beneath the jumping surface. You can’t hit it.


The pads on spring-based trampolines do not protect from injury, lose much of their shock-absorbency after the first impact and have the shortest lifespan of any part of the trampoline.

SoftEdge Mat

Springfree Trampoline’s SoftEdge mat is 30 times more shock-absorbent than pads.

Rigid Poles and Net

Spring-based trampolines enclosures use steel poles to support a rigid net. A jumper may collide with the steel pole, causing injury. Or slide down the net and land on the frame and springs.

FlexiNet Enclosure

Springfree Trampoline’s FlexiNet enclosure has flexible net rods that cushion jumpers and prevent falls.

See the difference for yourself by visiting one of Rainbow Play Systems of Texas’ convenient Central and South Texas locations.