Perfect Padded Rail (per ft )

So you need a gaming table railing for your blackjack or poker table? Here's the easiest way to have a Perfect Padded Rail on your tables. Perfect Padded Rail is a tough, dense rubber with a slit in the center, similar to pipe insulation but much more durable.

 It is easily installed by pushing it over the table's edge and stapling through the bottom. Table thicknesses from 3/4 inch to 1 inch work the best. The top of the padded rail will sit on the upper portion of your table to allow for slide under drink cups.

The padded rail diameter is 2.5 inches, and the wall thickness is 5/8 inches. The rail should overlap approximately 1.5 inches over the edge of your table.

*If you purchase a length of Padded Rail greater than 35', we will need to cut it. Please let us know how you would like it cut in the comments section at checkout.
35' maximum per box. 

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 28 reviews
DJ Koch
Works great so far

The Perfect Padding rail guard is probably the best alternative out there to an actual leather or vinyl padded rail guard. It has served my needs up to this point, although I do have my long-term concerns about its durability. Nevertheless, a great, affordable option for resting player elbows!

Bernard Martinage
I was a sceptic but I’m now sold!

I was concerned that the 2-1/2” diameter of the tube might look small and that the foam might look cheap.

Not at all! It looks and feels fantastic.

Because the table is stone and also serves other purposes I couldn’t and wouldn’t stable the railing. But what I did instead is use some wide self sticking velcro so I can velcro the two ends together. Looks great, feels great and I can easily instal and uninstal it.

Timothy Reynolds

Fast and easy product with good results

Patrick Kelley

Perfect Padded Rail (per ft )

Jeff Guess
Great option

This ended up working great. I was a little shocked when opened up the package. It looked like a pool noodle cut down the middle and the cut was not that straight. But once I cleaned up the cuts and trimmed the excess down and figured out how to tack it down, it turned out great. It would be nice if they provided ways to make the seam look clean and flush since they stopped carrying the seam tape. Bottom line if you are a little bit handy you can make this simple option work really well.