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Anti Slip Yoga Mat, Gym Exercise Mats

Rs.2,500.00 Rs.1,799.00


Yoga Mat Anti Slip Mat, Yoga Gym Exercise Mats, Pads Fitness Mat, yoga ball mat, soft mat, Travelling exercise fitness, Fitness Sports Yoga Mat, Tasteless Pilates Gym by Haeve E-commerce

Haeve Ecommerce Yoga mats: are essential for practicing yoga as they provide a stable and supportive surface to perform various poses and movements. They also help absorb sweat and prevent it from making the floor slippery. Additionally, they can be easily rolled up and stored away when not in use, making them convenient for transport and storage.

NON-SLIP GRIP: non-slip material keeps you steady and balanced while staying securely on the floor. The innovative design helps prevent injury and allows you to focus on your practice or workout.

DURABLE & PORTABLE: durable material allows for everyday use, regardless of the intensity of your exercise. Solana has a nylon carrying strap so you can easily transport it from your home practice to studio salutations.

EASY TO CLEAN: Easy to keep clean and fresh for your next workout. Use a mix of gentle soap and water, wipe clean, and hang it to dry. Do not submerge.



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