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10mm Thick NBR Pure Color Anti-skid Yoga Mat

$24.00

Introductions:
The 10mm Thick NBR Pure Color Anti-skid Yoga Mat is an ideal yoga mat for every yoga exerciser. Made of high-grade NBR foaming material, it provides a stable, cushioned surface with a natural rubber-like hand feel. Soft, non-slip surface offers support and comfort you need for proper alignment in both beginning and advanced poses. What's more, the mat resists heat and water so you can rest assured to use it anywhere. Textured front and back not only add strength for ultra tear resistance but also increase grip on smooth floors. Soft and lightweight, it can be rolled and stored in compact spaces. Click and order now!

Features:
1. Made of high-grade NBR foaming material
2. Provide a stable, cushioned surface with a natural rubber-like hand feel
3. Offer all the support and comfort you need for proper alignment
4. Heat and water resistant, can be used anywhere
5. Textured front and back add strength for ultra tear resistance and increase grip on smooth floors
6. Soft and lightweight, can be rolled and stored in compact spaces
7. Simple sleek pure color design

 

Specifications:
1. Color: Black
2. Unfolding Dimensions: (72.05 x 24.02 x 0.39)" / (183 x 61 x 1)cm (L x W x H)
3. Folding Dimensions: (24.02 x 6.69)" / (61 x 17)cm (L x Dia.)
4. Weight: 28.92oz / 820g
5. Material: NBR

Package Includes:
1 x Yoga Mat

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