"UBUD" Carry Onwards Mat
Hey, we get it. You're busy! Between traveling and time at work or with friends, you can't find time for your weekly yoga class. Now there's an answer: our new carry onwards mat! You'll love it because it's super compact, so you can take it anywhere. And with its ultra-light weight, you won't even notice it in your bag.
And let's be honest - ever since the last weekend yoga retreat we haven't stopped thinking about all those little plastic bottles in the ocean. We've been working hard to minimize our impact! That's why we use recycled materials in our mats - do you want to help us save the world too?
The design is painted by Solveig, the founder of English Yoga Meetup, from the original acrylic pouring artwork "UBUD". It is inspired by the waves and the green lush rice terraces as seen in Ubud in Indonesia. Bring Bali vibes to your practice!
Base: natural tree rubber
Top: Microfiber made of recycled PET plastic bottles
The anti-slip layer on top allows you to flow through your practice with ease and is suitable for dry and sweaty hands. Due to its absorpent surface you won't need an extra yoga towel on top.
The mats are not made of silicone, PVC or Chlorine. The natural rubber bottom and suede surface were combined by applying high temperature, so there is no glue used at all. The ink that is used for printing the colors is on water-base and eco-friendly.
Please note: The first image is a guide only, that is used for our print file to the manufacturer. Please carefully look at the product images that follow to get a true representation of the colours on the yoga mat.
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions & Weight
61 width x 180 cm length
1,3 mm high with anti-slip layer on top
Every mat comes with a beige jute strap to carry your mat around.
You can clean the mat at 30 degrees in the washing machine (no detergent, delicate laundry program). Do not tumble dry. Dry on air. If you want to remove excess water, put the mat into a towel to speed up the drying process. If it just needs a bit of a clean-up, use a dampl cloth with some water mixed with vinegar. Avoid essential oils.