Whether for yoga or other workout routines, a yoga mat is a must-have for those who want to lead an active lifestyle. Check out the best selection of yoga mats from the best brands in Hong Kong or read more below about how to choose the perfect yoga mat.

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TPE Bicolor 6mm Yoga Mat Outdooors Fitness Sport Anti Skid Pad Odorless Body Building Yoga Mat
Specification: Material:TPE environmental material Dimensions:183*61*0.6cm Weight:1150g Thickeness:6mm Features: - TPE fitness yoga mat, perfect for Pilates, yoga, and other stretching exercises. - TPE material, safe and environmental protection, tasteless, no harm to your health. - Two unique slip-resistant textures, one side is scaly figure, the other side is ripple texture. - Easy to be washed with soap and water, but no exposure to sun directly. - Extra large size ( 183 x 61 x 0.6cm / 72 x 24 x 0.2 inches ) ensures complete comfort for people of all shapes and sizes. - Dual layer construction with high-density design, perfect compromise of comfort and stability, have a good rebound resilience. - With an ultra thickness of 6mm, it provides extra cushioning between you and the hard floors, effectively protects your spine, hips, knees and elbows while doing yoga. Note: 1.tpe material cannot be used for exercising Bikram Yoga (Hot Yoga) cannot be used at temperature over 38C(100.4F) 2.tpe Yoga Mats cannot be washed by the washing machine or brush. 3.The maintenance method, scrubbing with a damp cloth, gently wipe and then expand it and air-dry, yoga mats will be dry after 1-2 days, pay attention, avoiding sun exposure. 4.Storage method: TPE yoga mats need to collect by rolling up or tiling, cannot be fold, and also cannot be squeezed for a long time, but if it is squeezed in the normal use, the yoga mat itself will recover automatically. Package Included: 1*Yoga mat
HK$ 227.33

How to Choose the Perfect Yoga Mat

A yoga mat is a type of fitness equipment that is laid down on the ground and serves as cushioning either performing yoga or for workout routines. A yoga mat can be made of various things, primarily PVC, rubber, foam or a combination of one or more materials. With the number of yoga mats available today, it can be a little bit confusing. To help you out, here are some tips that would help you choose the perfect yoga mat for your practice.


When choosing a yoga mat, the first thing that you need to think about is the material. Yoga mats can be made from a vast selection of materials such as the following:

  • PVC - perhaps the most common material used in yoga mats, PVC is durable, sticky, and comfortable. One major con for this material is its construction. It has received much criticism for not being environmental-friendly.
  • Foam - another alternative material that would give you all the benefits of PVC without the environmental effects, foam is also a great option. However, foam yoga mats are often created with latex which can be a problem for people with allergies to the material.
  • Rubber - if you are looking for another option aside from PVC, rubber yoga mats are also a great choice. However, like foam, it also contains latex which can be a problem for people who are allergic.
  • Cotton - otherwise known as "traditional yoga mats", cotton yoga mats are thin and eco-friendly and are often used on top of other yoga mats for additional support which it lacks. It's great for absorbing sweat and actually increases grip when wet.
  • Jute - Like cotton, jute is also a fibrous material used on top of another yoga mat for support. However, unlike cotton, jute yoga mats have rougher fibers and absorbs less moisture.


Another factor that you should consider when choosing yoga mats is its thickness. If your yoga mat is too thin, it can be harder for your knees and joints to hold a position, if it's too thick, it can be harder to balance. A yoga mat's thickness can range between ¼", ⅛", 1/16".


The standard size for a yoga mat 24" x 68" however it can be as long as 84". Most yogis ca fit within the standard size but if you require something bigger to accommodate your height, then there are larger options when it comes to yoga mats.


To create friction, most yoga mats are textured. Without texture, maintaining a pose and finding your balance can be a little harder. In addition, there is a higher risk of injury since you would easily slip thanks to sweat and lack of friction. Always choose a yoga mat that has the adequate texture that you need for your practice.


The last thing that you need to consider when choosing a yoga mat is the price. If you want to invest in a yoga mat to enhance your practice, then a more expensive mat from a reputable brand like Clever Yoga, and Jade Yoga would be a great buy. There are also affordable yoga mats that you can choose from. All you need to do is check out the yoga mats available above!