Jade Yoga Harmony Extra Wide 80" Yoga Mat | Yoga Studio

Jade Yoga Harmony Extra Wide 80" Yoga Mat


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Jade Yoga most popular premium Extra Wide width, 28" (standard mats are 24"wide)
The extra length gives you the space you need when doing yoga, Pilates and core fitness routines, or if you just like more space - this one is for you.

Available in three lengths, 68", 74" and 80", and two colors (Midnight Blue and Olive Green).

Jade Yoga use natural rubber because it grips better and has more cushion than any of the synthetic rubbers on the market (PVC, PER, TPE, EVA). It is also better for the earth as it is made sustainably
Jade mats contain no PVCs, heavy metals or ozone depleting substances. All components are approved by FDA for use in rubber in continuous content with food
Although Jade mats are 99% latex free, as they from a rubber tree, there may be trace amounts of latex proteins in the mats so we recommend persons with latex allergies avoid contact with our mats
Jade mats are eco-friendly as they are made with a renewable, sustainable resource - natural rubber, tapped from rubber trees. Jade mats contain no PVC or other synthetic rubbers. Finally, through its partnership with Trees for the Future, JadeYoga plants a tree for every yoga mat you buy
Jade mats are made in the United States in compliance with all US environmental, labour and consumer safety laws

Use & Care:
As Jade yoga mats act like sponges - and hold water, we recommend simple wiping the surface of your mat on a regular basis with plain water. If your mat needs an occasional deep cleaning, that is fine, but you should be aware that as Jade mats act like sponges, holding soap and water, you must be prepared to thoroughly rinse and dry your mat. You can wash your mats by soaking in a bathtub, hosing it off or in a front loading washing machine (no agitator) on gentle. We recommend a mild soap. Do not use oils, solvents or harsh abrasives. The yoga mat should then be hung or laid flat to dry. DO NOT DRY IN OR ALLOW PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT.