Jade Yoga - Voyager Yoga Mat (68 Inch)
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- EXCELLENT GRIP: Jade Yoga mats provide superior traction. We use a natural rubber that has a stronger grip and more cushion than any of the synthetic rubbers on the market. Our mats are simply created to provide a secure grip to help hold your pose.
- FOLDABLE: The Voyager mat is great for yogis on the go, and for those who like closer contact with the ground. At only 1/16” thick and 1.5 lbs, it easily folds to the size of a yoga block to fit into your tote bag, carry on, or backpack!
- SUSTAINABLE: Making environmentally sustainable products is our number 1 priority. We are committed to giving back to the Earth with every product sold. As Jade Yoga mats come from trees, we decided to give back by planting a tree for every mat sold.
- SUPERIOR QUALITY: Jade Yoga mats are made with high-quality materials to ensure outstanding performance and long-lasting products. For regular mat maintenance and routine cleaning, just wipe your mat down with a damp cloth on a weekly basis!
- UNITED STATES-BASED PRODUCTION: All of our mats are made in the United States! "American-made" to us means quality and assurance, giving us much more control over the materials used in our products and the production process from start to finish.
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I was shocked when I received the box from Amazon because it was so light; I thought it was empty. This mat is so lightweight and folds up into a nice flat rectangular shape. I just put it right on top of my clothes before I zip up the bag and it fits perfectly.
I read some of the other reviews before I bought it and there were a few that said that it's super-thin and doesn't provide a lot of padding. I have found in using it that although it's super-thin it's very durable and it provides enough padding for me to do yoga in hotel rooms without any problem. I guess it's because the carpet in hotel rooms, although thin, provides a good base layer for it so I don't really have an issue. I definitely wouldn't use it as my primary mat at home because I have hardwood floors and I find that I need a thicker mat than this one. However, I do put it on top of my home mat when I'm doing a practice that puts extra pressure on my knees as I'm 56 and appreciate the extra padding in those cases.
There were also some comments about whether it was sticky or not, but I haven't found that to be an issue. It does not slip at all when I use it on hotel carpets. As a point of reference, I'm 6' 1" and 200 pounds. I have had the mat for two months.
The only other thing I would add is that it doesn't feel cheap in any way. From the moment I took it out of the box and in using it over time, it's very clear that it is a quality product and I'll definitely buy another Jade yoga mat when I change out my main mat.
Anyway, I purchased this travel mat for an upcoming trip. Needed something light, grippy, and foldable. I looked at the Manduka line, and had a thick Manduka about 10 years ago, never liked it. I chose the Jade because of price point (similar to Manduka) and because it’s the brand I really like. This mat will fit nicely in my 38gal backpack. It’s slightly shorter than my home mat, no worries there. I am 5’6 and I have plenty of room. Some pics for height comparison, width comparison, and foldup size. PS, the olive green is beautiful and true to color.
Using that replacement mat and the unhappy experience made me realize i needed another Jade Yoga one so I decided to fork over another $35 for a new one. Since the traveler mat was essentially thick enough to be a regular mat for me, and I wanted something I could transport in luggage for actual travel, I opted for the Voyager, and it didn't disappoint! The voyager mat has all the stickiness I wanted and easily folds up in luggage. It does lack in thickness, so if that's what you require, I would size up to the traveler or one of the regular ones. I'm pretty sure this mat will last me more than 8 years unless i lose it again.
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I don't leave a lot of reviews but I noticed this only has 3/5 at the time of writing which is a really unfair score for what is an excellent mat.
- It's really thin - a mat called the 'Voyager' is obviously for travelling. For travel a thin mat that can be rolled or folded up (don't leave it folded when not travelling as it is better to leave it rolled) is exactly what you need.
- Even though it's thin it still performs really well - grippy, and for how thin/light it is, it's very stable. Obviously it doesn't perform as well as a full at home mat.
- Natural - it's made from natural rubber - this smells a little bit of rubber. It does not smell bad. It smells of rubber. If you don't like the smell of rubber don't buy this. Not sure how people expect a mat made of rubber not to smell of rubber?!
- Jade are a super eco friendly ethical company - just do a google search for more info.
- It is not as good as my Jade Harmony mat. But it was never expected to be.
In summary - if you want a mat that is perfect for travel, this is it!
Yes, of course it's thin, it's a travel mat, it folds into a little square. Yes, of course it smells of rubber, it's made of rubber. The smell is not at all unbearable by the way, as some suggested, it just smells like something new...
It's really grippy and has a nice feel on the hands and bare feet. And they planted a tree for my mat. I'm happy with my choice.
Ok pros... it’s lightweight and folds up really small. It’s open cell rubber so if you get sweaty hands like me, makes down dog much easier
Cons, it’s just too thin. It bunches up on top of another mat. I think if you’re really really good at yoga (talking to you astanga masters) it might be better but if like me you don’t land perfect it makes for a really annoying practice.
I’ve resorted to bringing my full size mat again with me and this just didn’t work for me unfortunately