Thickness: 3.5mm | Weight: 2.5kg
The mat is made of biodegradable rubber with a thickness of 3.5 mm and absorbing microfiber. The mat is very pleasant to the touch, while maintaining anti-slip properties. Designed for the practice of any type of yoga. It will provide good cushioning and safety of performing all asanas. It is also perfect for fitness exercises.
Sold in a set with a bag.
The grip of the mat is activated as the intensity of the practice increases. The hotter the body, the greater the contact with the mat. Pleasant to the touch microfiber prevents the feeling of sticking to the mat.
The most optimal thickness among yoga mats, amounting to 3,5 mm will provide you with stability, a special embossing on the bottom makes the mat does not change position during exercise. The mat does not unroll at the edges even with the most dynamic practice. The density of the rubber provides cushioning and helps to protect the joints during practice. Recommended for people with sensitive knees and elbows.
Base: 100% natural biodegradable rubber with perfect adhesion to the ground
Surface: high-quality non-slip microfiber, resistant to abrasion.
Natural rubber is 100% biodegradable and environmentally friendly. The mat does not contain PVC, silicones, latex, lead and cadmium. The mat does not have a synthetic smell and thanks to the welding of layers in the production process, the potential use of toxic glue has been eliminated. Recyclable. The print is made with water-based paints. We use environmentally friendly packaging.
It is enough to wipe the mat with a heavily moistened cloth, and in the event of stubborn dirt, it can be washed in a washing machine at max. 30°C. Do not use detergents and do not tumble dry. After washing, the mat should be laid out to dry. Avoid prolonged sun exposure.
The microfiber covered with the mat works under the influence of moisture - the more you sweat, the greater the grip. If you are not warmed up enough yet, it is enough to slightly moisten your hands or feet with water before the practice, or spray it on the mat. During the first asanas, it is worth focusing on pressing your hands and feet harder to the mat.