Innovative product custom printed eco jute yoga mats nonslip washable yoga mat
The ECO-friendly jute material made mat provides a comfortable and safe practice area and padding for gym floors. Safely secure your hands and feet during yoga with this high quality sticky yoga mat. The non slip surface provides a safe and comfortable surface for you to practice any pose.
Material of yoga mat:
183*80cm, 183*61cm, 180*61cm, 173*61cm or customized size
Color and patterns:
10 regular colors and patterns, or any customized colors and patter
Eco Friendly, Non-Slip, SGS Approved, Latex Free, Rubber Free, nontoxic, recyclable, photodegradable, waterproof
Yoga, Pilate, Gymnastics, Dance, Treadmill, Antifatigue, Sports etc.,
Embossing logo, Printing logo, Laser Engraving, Fabric Logo etc.,
Each PVC yoga mat is rolled with OPP film
More than 10,000pcs/day
Place of origin:
100pcs for customized products, any quantity for our regular no logo products
BY SEA, BY AIR, OR BY DHL, FEDEX, UPS, TNT etc
FOB, CIF, EXW, DDP, DDU
(1)7-10Days for a customized yoga mat
Within 10-30 days after receiving your deposit
T/T, L/C, Western Union, Moneygram, Paypal
Our client design with Our Jute yoga mat
Option1: Shrink film(
Option2: Color page +Shrink film +Common box(Mesh carring bag)
Option3: Color page +Shrink film + Color box (Mesh carrying bag )
Many years ago, there was only one basic type of yoga mat — made of PVC and noted for its stickiness — and your only choice was whether to buy purple or blue. Now, there’s a yoga mat to suit every priority and preference.
Beyond a color and pattern that make your heart go pitter-patter, your yoga mat needs to keep you stable in your poses; and it needs to be storable and portable, yet comfy and cushy. You may also want your yoga mat
to be environmentally friendly. These aspects of your mat's personality are all affected by how the yoga mat
is made: how thick it is, what it's made of, and its surface texture.
Use this guide to help you find a yoga mat you can be blissfully happy with — one that suits your practice, priorities, lifestyle, values and budget. No matter what the stores tell you, that’s the best yoga mat for you!
Why it’s important:The thickness of your yoga mat has a lot to do with how comfortable it is — too thin, and your knee may get banged up during crescent lunge. The tradeoff is that thick yoga mats (some as thick as 1/4 inch) can make it harder for you to feel a strong connection to the floor, making you more wobbly in Tree Pose, for example.
Options:A standard yoga mat is about 1/8 inch thick, while the thickest swell up to 1/4 inch. There are also wafer-thin yoga mats, often billed as “travel yoga mats,” that are a mere 1/16 inch thick. They fold easily and don’t weigh much, making them a cinch to fit in a suitcase.
Basic buying guide:Consider how much room you have to stow your yoga mat, how important portability is, and where your sweet spot is on comfort versus being able to feel a direct connection to the floor. If you're short on storage space, have a long shlep to the studio, and like the fel of just a little padding, opt for a standard-depth mat, in the 1/8 inch range.
Premium-Thickness Sticky Yoga Mat
If you don’t mind carrying and storing a little more heft for the sake of more cushioning, consider a premium yoga mat that's about 1/4 inch thick. And if you absolutely must be able to pack your yoga mat in a suitcase or carry-on, get yourself a foldable travel yoga mat in the 1/16 inch range.
Why it’s important: The material your yoga mat is made of dictates its texture, stickiness, eco-friendliness and sponginess (how much it yields to pressure), and how it wears over time.
Yoga Essentials Sticky Yoga Mat
Options: Most standard yoga mats are made of PVC, otherwise known as vinyl. Newer, more earth-friendly options include natural and recycled rubber, jute, and organic cotton or natural cotton (which means the fabric is not treated with synthetic finishes during manufacturing).
Basic buying guidelines:If you're allergic to latex, avoid yoga mats made of natural rubber. If you want to stick with the tried and true sticky mat, choose a yoga mat made out of PVC, which can endure your use and abuse for more than a decade. Sponginess can vary widely with different blends of materials, but in general, PVC has the most "give" of any yoga mat material; jute and cotton have the least.
Beyond these fundamentals, read on and let your other priorities — texture, stickiness and eco-friendiness — be your guide.
Closeup of texture, Reversible Yoga Mat
Why it’s important:The texture of your yoga mat dictates how much traction it provides. Like stickiness, texture affects how much slipping and sliding you do. It provides physical barriers to sliding (whereas stickiness relies on suction). And because texture affects the way a yoga mat feels, it’s also a component of overall comfort.
If you’re a Princess and the Pea type, any bumpy texture will likely aggravate you in savasana. Texture can be either manmade (a pattern of raised bumps, for example) or dictated by the materials — jute yoga mats have an organic roughness to them, while PVC yoga mats, though slightly textured, have a softer feel.
Options: There’s a yoga mat texture to suit every whim — from completely smooth to downright rough.
Basic buying guidelines:If you’re looking for a yoga mat that prevents slipping and you’d like to avoid PVC mats (the traditional sticky yoga mats), look for a rubber, jute or cotton yoga mat that has a raised, tactile pattern. The added grip the raised texture provides can help you stay put no matter how sweaty or vigorous your practice gets.
If smoothness is of prime importance to you, a PVC yoga mat is the way to go. And if you relish stickiness but are curious about the newer, more earth-friendly options, test drive a few before you buy. Some eco-friendly yoga mats may surprise you with how much traction they provide even though they don’t have the traditional “sticky” feel.
Why it’s important:A sticky yoga mat keeps you from sliding all over the place and helps you maintain your alignment as you move from one pose to another, as well as when you hold poses for several seconds.
Options:PVC yoga mats have the highest sticky factor.
Basic buying guide: If you need help staying put in your poses but you bristle at the thought of practicing on a yoga mat with a raised texture, a PVC yoga mat is probably your best bet. Just remember that these yoga mats are only sticky when they are clean. If you buy a PVC yoga mat, wash it before you use it and again whenever you notice your hands sliding forward in downward dog.
100% Rubber Emerald Yoga Mat
Why it’s important:As yogis, we hold dear the tenet of ahimsa, or non-violence. That makes practicing on a yoga mat that will ultimately end up clogging a landfill for decades to come troublesome.
Options: Earth-friendly yoga mats are typically made from natural or recycled rubber. These yoga mats may also include natural materials, such as jute or organic cotton.
Basic buying guide:If eco-friendliness is important to you, avoid yoga mats made of PVC (the traditional sticky mat), which does not break down in landfills and is difficult and costly to recycle. Rubber, jute and cotton yoga mats, while available in a range of thicknesses, tend to be thicker and slicker than PVC mats. You can get a yoga mat that's eco-friendly, has a thickness that meets your needs for comfort and portability, and has a texture (such as a raised geometric pattern) that prevents slippage.