Reviewed by Sandy the Pretzel from Colorado on Tuesday, April 8, 2014
This mat is awesome to use! Thicker than most with good texture on both sides. BUT DO WASH AND AIR IT FIRST (that is part of the instructions on the packaging, but do we read instructions?) I soaked mine overnight in the bathtub-cool water and Dawn soap-then air dried it outdoors for two days. ...
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Reviewed by new yogi from seattle on Thursday, November 20, 2014
i'm new to yoga and love the bright green one. just used it yesterday for the second time and it's great so far. it did have a super strong smell of plastic/poly/(whatever it's made of) coming out of the package, which i assume all yoga mats do. but after about a week of airing out laying it flat over a chair, the smell went away.
my friends who do more yoga than i said that it was a nice mat.
Reviewed by Brenda from Wisconsin on Thursday, October 9, 2014
While I like the overall feel and cushioning of this mat, the plastic off-gasing smell is very off-putting. I would recommend taking it out of the plastic cover when you get it and leave it in a well ventilated space or outside for a few days before use.
Reviewed by Andy from Seattle on Thursday, October 9, 2014
Seems to be a good thickness. I am only using it informally at home so I have no sweaty slippery strenuous yoga room experience. It does need to be aired out. I soaked mine overnight and then a couple days outside in the sun.
I am not sure exactly what latex-free foam is, but the mat feels like any other yoga mat. It's the same material I have seen or felt for others, just a little thicker then most I've come across. I used to use 2 mats during class for cushion but with this mat I can use just one.
Answered on 12/7/2013 6:51:14 AM by outdoor girl from Kansas
I do not know the chemical answer. But this mat is quite thick and non-slippery. There is no odor.
Answered on 12/7/2013 3:03:59 PM by works out a lot from surprise, AZ