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55"x24"x1.2" Tri-fold Gymnastics Yoga Mat with Hand Buckle

$34.99

Introductions:
With a convenient three folds design, the Gymnastics Yoga Mat with Hand Buckle  goes wherever you are so you don't have to leave your practice to home any more. Made of 22 density EPE and 0.6mm PU, it provides a soft, non-slip surface for all the support and comfort you need for proper alignment in yoga poses, gymnastics as well as other floor exercises. Smooth surface is easy to clean. Moreover, it has a textured back for added grip on smooth floors. Don't hesitate to buy now!

Features:
1. Feature carrying handles and a folding, 3-panel design for easy storage and transportation
2. Made of 22 density EPE and 0.6mm PU. Provide comfort and support for any hard falls
3. Provide a soft, non-slip surface for all the support and comfort you need
4. Perfect for yoga poses, gymnastics as well as other floor exercises
5. Smooth surface is easy to clean
6. Textured back for added grip on smooth floors

Specifications:
1. Material: 22 Density EPE & 0.6mm PU
2. Color: Blue
3. Unfolding Dimensions: (54.53 x 23.62 x 1.18)" / (138.5 x 60 x 3)cm (L x W x H)                           
4. Folding Dimesions: (18.31 x 23.62 x 3.54)" / (46.5 x 60 x 9)cm (L x W x H)
5. Weight: 1kg / 2.20lbs
6. Type: Three Folds
7. With Hnad Buckle: Yes

Package Includes:
1 x Gymnastic Mat

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