To start, let's look at the base similarities! Both are glide infused synthetic ice which allows the user to skate on the surface without need for additional glide enhancers. Assembly of either surface is simple and all types of conventional ice skates can be used on both.
For the base differences, Revolution Tiles are small molded squares (18" x 18") that are skateable on 1-side. They are a synthetic ice that offers a resistance factor between 10-15% depending on the skater. Due to their smaller size and thinner surface composition, they are often considered the most accessible synthetic ice option on the market. Extreme Glide Panels are robust, large, reversible skateable sheets that are offered in standard sizes of 4'x4' and 4'x8'. They are a synthetic ice that delivers a premier performance experience with dynamic edge response feel. This is due to the rigidity of the panel and a special glide recipe embedded throughout the whole core.
It should be noted that Revolution Tiles have a symmetrical clipping connection system, while Extreme Glide panels each have a precision cut dovetail connection. As such, Revolution Tiles and Extreme Glide do not have connection compatibility.