Tapas® Travel Yoga Mat
Looking for a new adventure companion? This mat is super-portable with a durable, sticky surface.
- Dimensions: 68" x 24" x 1/16"
- Weight: 1.4 lb
- Material: PER (Polymer Environmental Resin)
- Made in Taiwan
- Cell Structure: Closed-Cell
The Tapas® Travel Mat is designed for the on-the-go yogi. It is thin enough to be rolled tightly or folded, making it easy to bring on any adventure. Its minimalist construction is great on its own or under The Yoga Towel for hot yoga.
PER is made from plant oil extractions that are processed into a plastic-like material that is recyclable and non-toxic.
- Foldable, lightweight, and packable
- Textured, sticky surface stabilizes your practice
- 1/16″ thickness provides solid contact with the floor
- Sturdy, durable, long-lasting, and economical
- Use under our Yoga Towel or Cotton Yoga Rug as an alternative to a regular mat
For maximum traction, wash before first use. Clean with mat wash or a 1:20 solution of mild dish soap and water. Hang to dry.
Always consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program.
Useful Mat, Better Without A Label Glued Onto It
I find a thin mat quite useful for various poses with props, but do not like that the Hugger Mugger label is glued on, I don't want a label on my yoga mat. I took it off, but part of the surface of the mat came off too. Some mats I have bought the label came off easily, unfortunately this one did not.
Good Travel Mat
This mat folds to fit in a carry on luggage. There are some imperfections in the mat itself but it gets the job done!
Great Starter Mat
I'm new to practicing yoga daily and this mat has been PERFECT for me! It's light and sticky so I won't slip! Great purchase :)
Nice travel option for the price
Bought this specifically for traveling - it works great on hotel room floors with carpets, but on hardwood it is very thin, so beware if you have knee issues. Great value for the price and it did fold up very well into my suitcase. Got a little slippery in a warm yoga studio, so I will probably not use it for studio classes, more for yin-style stretching, which I end up doing a lot of when I'm on the road with my band.
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