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Nico Eko Yoga Exercise Mat is designed to provide you with maximum comfort while doing exercise. It is made of an eco-friendly material, which combines 75% of recyclable TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) and 25% of natural raw materials (rice husks and bamboo). It is lightweight and boasts great anti-slip and shock absorption properties. Furthermore, it is ideal for strength training, practising yoga, or stretching

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Nico Eko Yoga Exercise Mat is 100% recyclable and ideal for yoga, strength training or stretching 

Nico Eko Yoga is a practical exercise mat for the lovers of yoga and healthy lifestyle enthusiasts. It is 5 mm thick and boasts great shock absorption properties, together with an anti-slip surface, which will come in handy when practising yoga poses, doing strength training, or simply stretching. It is easy to roll up, meaning it's easy to travel around with and store away without taking up much space at your home. 


Nico Eko Yoga exercise mat is made from a 100% recyclable material which consists of 75% TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) and 25% natural raw materials (rice husks and bamboo), which makes it lightweight, as well as comfortable, yet sturdy. It doesn't absorb sweat or any other type of humidity so that it's easy to maintain clean and serviceable for a long time. 


Nico Eko Yoga Exercise Mat & its advantages 

  • practical exercise accessory
  • 5 mm thickness
  • made from a combination of TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) and natural raw materials (rice husks and bamboo)
  • 100% recyclable
  • anti-slip surface
  • doesn't absorb humidity
  • easy to clean
  • easy to roll up
  • ideal for yoga, stretching and strength training



75 % TPE (thermoplastic elastomer), 25 % natural raw materials (rice husks and bamboo).  



180x60x0.5 cm.       



Let the mat air out for about 2 to 3 days before putting it to use. Clean with a damp cloth using cold water and a gentle detergent. Dry straightened out. Prolonged exposure to sunlight can drain the mat of its colour and damage its structure, rendering it not suitable for use.

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