For Unheated Yoga Tomuno 68" x 24" x 5mm Natural Rubber Non Slip Sticky Eco Friendly Yoga Mat
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- Why unheated yoga? Tomuno is just trying to sell yoga mats the way yoga teachers recommend. We started out as a yoga studio brand. Certain kinds of mats are good for hot yoga, others for unheated yoga...
- For HOT YOGA: Yoga teachers say you need a hot yoga towel and a cheap 'smooth' PVC mat so your towel does not bunch up. Why buy a nice mat if it is hidden under a towel? In addition, the salt from sweat and abrasive yoga towels grind through yoga mats in hot yoga. Why not save your money?
- For UNHEATED YOGA: A towel would feel weird and they don't work (they need to be wet). For unheated yoga, you want a 'nice' mat that is very grippy. We feel Tomuno is the best mat on the market.
- There are 3 major yoga mat raw materials: PVC, TPE, and Rubber Tree Sap. Rubber is the most expensive raw material but in our opinion it is the grippiest. This is why it dominates the top of the yoga mat category and why it commands such a price premium over plastic mats. Tomuno is made of natural rubber.
Frequently Bought Together
1) Our mats smell of rubber at first. This smell fades but never completely.
2) Rubber wears down over time unlike some plastics.
3) Rubber is heavy.
Will I slip when I sweat?
We definitely cannot solve all slipperiness challenges? But we do feel that rubber provides the best grip of all raw materials currently available. This is why rubber has been used for centuries in things like shoe heels and why it dominates the premium yoga mat category.
The most common causes of slipperiness are: 1) yogis find our mats to be slippery BUT also slip on every other type of mat, 2) unusual amounts of lotions before yoga, e.g., massage therapists.
If you look online, all rubber mat brands see some slipperiness reports?
Scared to buy online?
We have a "No Questions Asked" return policy and free shipping both ways :).
Designed for Special Joint Issues:
Tomuno mats are 5% thicker than 3/16 inch mats providing unusual cushioning for knees and wrists.
How long does it take for the mat to 'break-in'?
Please allow a few weeks to achieve full grip.
How do I care for my mat?
1) Please do not store in direct sunlight, do not use body lotions/massage oils prior to practicing yoga.
How do I clean my mat?
1) Please do not clean with any natural oils, in a washing machine, or use harsh chemical cleaners/abrasives.
Tomuno is an eco-friendly, Ohio based, small business.
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Seller Warranty DescriptionScared you can't get your money back? Check out Tomuno's Karma Warranty. We trust you. We hope you'll trust us. EXTENDED KARMIC WARRANTY: If you ever have an issue you think is reasonable email us on Amazon. All we ask is that requests be reasonable and please be nice? Natural rubber breaks down over time unlike some plastics. Why not COMPARE OUR WARRANTY to other yoga mat brands? Why is Tomuno so generous? Yoga mats aren't complicated. They are rectangles of material. We use, in our opinion, the best, most expensive raw material (rubber tree sap). We can afford to offer a great warranty because we offer a great yoga mat. Considering another mat? What is it made of? Important: Our manufacturer warranty extends past Amazon's warranty. To ensure your refund, please email Tomuno directly (not Amazon).
Top Customer Reviews
I've done home practice, plus some vinyasa and Iyengar classes on the Tomuno, and it always feels really nice. Unlike most mats that have a definite "right side" and "wrong side" up, Tomuno seems to have two textures: one side seems to provide more friction, which would be great for practitioners of hot yoga (or serious sweaters). I can't imagine slipping on that side! The slightly less textured side that I use is still very non-slip. It has better grip than most other mats I've used.
Another plus is that the Tomuno is an eco-friendly mat made from rubber and free of PVCs, which I don't want to be breathing in during my yoga practice! I've read enough Amazon reviews of yoga mats to know that people will complain that a new mat has a strong rubber smell, and Tomuno -- being made of rubber -- is no exception. I personally don't mind the smell, and it has diminished over time. I expect it will continue to do so.
The only downsides I see so far with this mat is that it doesn't come in any fun colors, and the light color it is attracts a lot of dirt. After taking it to my yoga studio for the first time, it looked like it needed a bath. I plan to take it in the shower with me and let it drip dry; I'm hopeful that will restore it to its clean state. One of the edges of my mat is very slightly curled up, but this is a problem I've noticed with other thick mats, and it doesn't overly trouble me.
I bought the pale blue mat and used it right out of the box. It has great cush and grippiness. I didn't notice a pronounced rubber smell (I have a very sensitive nose and a friend's new Manduka smelled for a solid month after she bought it. I noticed that there were two sides with different textures. I started on the more-textured side for my vigorous vinyasa practice and had no slipping. I did have a hard time getting into full wheel at the end of class- the texture caught on curly hair and I couldn't slide like I normally do. No problems with the smoother side or on the textured side after that.
I did experience problems with the mat in the second week I had it- but they were of my own making! Here's what NOT to do:
do not soap up your mat in the shower. You'll have a dickens of a time getting the soap out. I rinsed and rinsed and rinsed and noticed a white film on the mat from the soap. It took forever for the mat to dry- literally 5 days- because I'd waterlogged it. It seemed to dry, but when I stepped on it the mat squished.Read more ›
I love the thickness and how it feels on my knees and wrists. It has made the use of blankets unnecessary in most poses -I didn't realize the huge difference this kind of thing would make in my practice, but it does. What has challenged my patience is the grip. I knew it would be slippery at the beginning -it was disclosed in advance. And yes, the first day I used the mat I was slipping all over, it made my practice so difficult that at some point I thought I would have to stop and leave class. I was, however, able to finish and once at home I re-read the email that the owner had sent when I bought the mat (excellent, outstanding customer service I must say). The email said it would take weeks for the mat to break in. I could, however, speed the process by cleaning the mat. I opted for the half water half apple vinegar option which helped tremendously. The next time I used it the mat was better, I was still slipping though. Fast forward 4 weeks, the grip is better and my downward dog is mostly steady -- the mat is (and I am) getting there; it's not nearly as slippery as it was when brand new; but it's taken time. Again, this will not be easy for impatient people who cannot wait for the mat to break in. Be aware.
The only thing I don't like about this mat (and that will not change but for which I found a solution already) is its weight. I know it's not as heavy as a manduka, but as a "trunk-less" new yorker I can't be carrying this around all day so I opted for mat storage at my studio. Again, the weight was clear upfront, and it's a trade off of choosing a natural rubber mat that is good for the environment and for my practice.
Not perfect, yet indeed the best mat for unheated yoga.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The rough surface hurts my skin --- It's not soft like my Jade mat. Also started deteriorating much sooner than the Jade mat I already had, which I use regularly and is still in... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
As a somewhat large, 6'2 male who sweats constantly during yoga: This mat is a godsend. The natural rubber is amazing, durable, and you will never go back to another type of yoga... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Eascen
I have sensitive knees so I was looking for a thicker mat but not so thick it would be hard to balance. I think this mat has been perfect for my needs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kassia D.
Yes it takes a few days for the stank of the natural rubber to wear off, and it's definitely a heavier yoga mat than the kind made out of whatever stuff it is they put in your... Read morePublished 3 months ago by NWGirl
Great product and superior customer service. Excellent company to do business. Highly recommended.Published 4 months ago by Jon McDougal
This mat is tremendous- it is comfortable, thick, and doesn't let me slip at all. Love the deep rich Cadet Blue color. Rob's customer service and kindness is unparallelled. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Eponym
I used this mat for a year during regular unheated yoga. It was great and I loved how thick the mat was and wasn't slippery at all. Read morePublished 8 months ago by hjc1108
Great mat but not what I was looking for. Returned it and got another one. I needed thickerPublished 8 months ago by Love Light Laughter Healing
I have been using this may for a year now regularly (2 days a week). I washed my mat again and this time there were white spots that appeared on both sides and it's now very... Read morePublished 8 months ago by nicnak