Triton® Gabions & Gabion Mats

13FT Max Mat Width
164FT Max Mat Length
  • Designed for marine applications
  • Alternative to conventional steel wire gabions
  • Ideal for earth stabilization and erosion protection applications
  • Made from select grades of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) resins
  • Resistant to installation damage and chemical or biological long-term degradation

Triton® gabions offer a durable, non-corrosive and installation friendly alternative to conventional steel wire gabions - including those galvanized and PVC-coated. Triton gabions are available in prefabricated units or in unfabricated roll form. Gabion mat dimensions (up to 13ft width and 164ft length) can be customized to limit waste and to increase installation productivity, while the grid aperture can be reduced to accommodate smaller stone infill and to reduce mat thickness. Lighter in weight than metallic mats, Triton gabions are easier and less costly to transport, handle, and install.


Triton gabions and gabion mats use BX1500, BX1600 and HDPE braid.

A Resilient Solution

Triton gabions and gabion mats are frequently specified for use where there is high potential for corrosion, such as salt water, de-icing salt run-off, and acidic environments (mining). Tensar geogrids are 100% UV resistant and will not rust, leach, or degrade in direct sunlight. When you build with our products, you can count on a higher-performing and longer-lasting solution for future generations to enjoy.

Lightweight Alternative

In addition to corrosion resistance, the lightweight materials are ideal for use on remote access locations, where getting to the site is a significant challenge. The special, liftable configurations of Triton gabion mats also make a more lightweight version of a marine mattress. Ideal for light-to-moderate energy conditions or applications, they can be used as scour mats / substrate for artificial reefs, oyster beds, etc.; armoring steep slopes; and foundation filtration or drainage for boat ramps, pipelines, low energy breakwaters, and structures.