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  • Hugger Mugger Tapas Original Yoga Mat (HTYM)
  • Hugger Mugger Tapas Original Yoga Mat (HTYM)
  • Hugger Mugger Tapas Original Yoga Mat (HTYM)
  • Hugger Mugger Tapas Original Yoga Mat (HTYM)
  • Hugger Mugger Tapas Original Yoga Mat (HTYM)
  • Hugger Mugger Tapas Original Yoga Mat (HTYM)

Hugger Mugger Tapas Original Yoga Mat

$36.95 $29.99
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Hugger Mugger
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HTYM
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3.00 LBS
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Product Description

The Original Yoga Mat

The first yoga mat created specifically for yoga practice, the Hugger Mugger Tapas Original Yoga Mat is a tried and true yoga staple. Truly an original mat, the Tapas Original Yoga Mat has been made in the USA for over 30 years. Economical and lightweight, the sticky surface of the Tapas Original Yoga Mat will keep you stable in any asana. It also contains no heavy metals, phthalates, or latex. The Tapas Mat offers insulation from cool floors and can be rolled or folded for use in poses.

Features

  • Made in the USA
  • Can be rolled or folded for use in poses
  • Eco-friendly
  • Antimicrobial for improved hygiene
  • No heavy metals, phthalates, or latex
  • Ultra-durable
  • Non-slip surface
  • Stickier and sturdier than knock-offs

Specifications

  • Length: 68" (Standard)
  • Weight: Approximately 2.3 lbs
  • Dimensions: 68" L x 24" W x .125" H

Product Reviews

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  1. Great Yoga Mat 4 Star Review

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    This mat is very well suited for beginners to advanced students. It's made in the USA with a very good brand behind it. The mat itself is a bit sticky, but that's a good thing. I'm a fairly well built 5'9 male and this mat works perfectly for me.

  2. Great sticky mat 5 Star Review

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    I am a yoga teacher and long time practitioner. This is the best, stickiest, perfect mat, for all levels from beginners to advanced. As with all brand new mats fresh out of the package, there is usually a slight oilyness/slickness to the surface from the manufacturing process. Be patient, rinse mat with water (no soap) after each practice and within a few sessions you will get to the nice sticky layer. I take hot yoga classes and sweat like crazy. Of course it gets more slippery as it gets wetter from sweat, but so will any mat. The tapas is much better under those conditions than any other mat I've ever tried, including the $90 manduka designer yoga mats

  3. Know which side is up 5 Star Review

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    Yoga mats come in three basic thicknesses. At 1/8" this mat is of average thickness. At 24" x 68" it is also the standard width and length. Mats that are about half a thick as this one are good for travel or placing under a thicker mat to provide more traction. The thick mats (3/16") are about 50% thicker than this one and are designed for those who need or want extra cushion.

    There are two sides to this and nearly all yoga mats. Look carefully at the 'bumps' on each side of the mat. The larger bumps are designed to face upwards to cushion your hands, feet, and knees during poses while keeping your body from dangerously slipping out of alignment. The smaller bumps are designed to face downwards to grip the floor and keep the yoga mat from sliding. Many mats have a label on one end with the name of the brand. This is typically, but not always, located on the 'up' side. The bumps will tell you for sure.

    This yoga mat will increase in softness and stickiness with use. (So do most mats.) They start out mildly sticky and increase in stickiness the more they are used. You will want to wash your mat when it first arrives so as to remove the thin film they get on their surface during the manufacturing process. Instructions for washing the mat are included. Once you've washed and dried your mat you're ready to begin! After using it for a while, if you find the mat decreasing in stickiness each time you pull it out, this is the typical sign that a light coating of dust or too much body sweat has accumulated on your mat and it needs a light hand washing with very diluted soap and water. After washing, roll your mat in a thick towel to squeeze out the excess water, otherwise it will take forever to dry in the air. Then, air dry your mat unrolled, inside, and away from sunlight. (Hanging over the shower bar works nicely.)

    When you first unroll your mat you will find one end to be a bit curled. Simply alternate the direction you roll your mat (top outside once, then bottom outside next) or the end you start from (curled end once, flat end next time) and you'll find it straightening out more or less over time.

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