NEUMEE Travel Yoga Mat Foldable Non Slip Lightweight Natural Yoga Mat for Workout, Fitness, Soft and Durable, Hot Yoga 1.5mm for Woman Man Yoga Pilates Gym Home
Eco-Friendly Yoga Mat
This thin eco-friendly yoga mat is the only travel mat we tested that folded easily and didn’t slip or shift on the floor. You can use it for your Home Practice Or Studio. Perfect For Beginners & Advanced Yogis Alike, From Babies - Upwards. The mats provide exceptional comfort and reliability for your yoga and exercises. The mats are exclusive design limited edition by our talented designer in California. We guarantee that they will last and you will love them for many years. Length is 72"x24”, Thickness 1.5 mm.
About this item
- SUPER NON-SLIP: The surface of the outdoor yoga mat is a top material made of SUEDE, and has been treated with a non-slip coating，the microfiber will fluffily swell after absorbing water for more friction. Back material made of 100% natural rubber provides excellent traction. This soft yoga mat is especially suitable for hot yoga lovers, the more sweating, the more stable
- ECO-FRIENDLY & NON-TOXIC: The eco yoga mat is SGS certified, doesn't contain any harmful chemicals, latex, PVC, or silicone. NEUMEE yoga mat is your best choice for your body and keeping our environment safe
- MACHINE WASHABLE: The yoga mat made of natural rubber material is moisture-proof and can be placed in a washing machine to easily clean sweat and stains, but please use the gentle mode of the washing machine, and remember not to use the strong mode, otherwise, the yoga mat will deform and cause damage. A clean yoga mat can bring you a better exercise experience
- FRIENDLY REMINDER: The NEUMEE yoga mat 1/16inch is relatively thin, and is generally suitable for public mats in the gym. It is best not to exercise vigorously on the yoga mat, so as not to hurt the knee joint and other important parts. It is normal for items made of natural rubber to have a little odor under the sealed package. Please don't worry, just clean it before the first use