Description: Zeroslip Yoga Towel
Helps You Stay In Place with Its Eco Backing
The Zeroslip yoga towel eliminates slipping so you can focus on your practice instead of worrying about sliding around on your yoga mat. Its backing consists of a biodegradable non-slip surface designed to keep the towel firmly in place.
Unlike some yoga towels, which have a spattering of dots or nubs on one side, the Zeroslip's backing extends across its entire surface area. Scientifically speaking, when this backing comes into contact with the surface of a yoga mat, it creates an extremely high coefficient of friction.
In practical terms, this means that the Zeroslip yoga towel will stay put, so you can concentrate on your practice. That's why it's called the "Zeroslip."
Protects Your Health with Bamboo Charcoal Nanoparticles
The Zeroslip yoga towel provides a hygienic, anti-microbial layer between you and your yoga mat.
The top of the towel is made from a fabric blend which includes nanoparticles from bamboo charcoal. These nanoparticles have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties that help reduce odours and other buildup.
Simply put, the bamboo charcoal nanoparticles act on a molecular level to neutralize bacteria and other undesirable elements. In this way, the Zeroslip yoga towel provides a healthier and more pleasant foundation for your yoga practice.
Can Be Used With or Without a Yoga Mat
Another advantage of the Zeroslip yoga towel is that it can be used as a travel mat. Together, the biodegradable non-slip surface on its backing and its bamboo charcoal fabric offer more cushioning and traction than a regular yoga towel.
So in a pinch you can use the Zeroslip in place of a yoga mat when practicing on a softer surface such as the suspended wooden floors commonly found in yoga studios.
Washes and Dries Quickly and Easily
The result of extensive research and testing, the Zeroslip yoga towel is designed for ease of use and care. It is highly durable and easy to wash. Simply throw it in your washing machine and it's ready to use again.
Fits over a standard yoga mat. Includes a reusable velcro strap for easy rolling and storing. Dimensions: 24" W x 68" L x 2 mm thick.
Care Instructions: To get the most enjoyment from this yoga towel, wash in cold water and hang to dry.
Reviews: Zeroslip Yoga Towel
- Review by Jessica
These are fantastic towels, PERFECT for hot classes.
The only down fall- these do slip when you are not sweaty- my tip: wet the bottom & top of your mat with water before class (where your hands and feet are in down dog) this helps great while practicing flow/in a non heated room!
Dusky Leaf Response: Thanks for this positive review. Yes, you are absolutely correct: the towels need to be at least slightly moist in order for hands and feet to adhere to the fabric during downward dog. One option is to pre-moisten the towel before class, as you've suggested. Another is to start your yoga practice on your yoga mat without the towel and simply roll out the towel once your hands are sweaty enough to grip the fabric. Generally, once you feel yourself slipping on your yoga mat, it's time to roll out the towel. (Posted on 12/16/2015)
- Review by JulyJackalope
I recommend it highly for hot yoga! (Posted on 7/23/2014)
- Review by Katrin
Moreover, wherever I go, I go by bike - so I love the fact that the zero slip towel isn't bulky and foldable and will go with me, wherever I want to.
(Posted on 2/28/2014)
- Review by Debbie
- Review by Tracey
- Review by Brigitte
Brigitte Doucet (Posted on 4/5/2013)
- Review by Anusha
Would've liked to have given this 5 stars as I love the feel of the mat, but seeing how I slip around on top while the mat stays put is rather annoying.
Dusky Leaf Response: Thanks for your review. I understand you are finding that your feet slip on top of the fabric during downward dog. If you are experiencing slipping of your hands and feet on the top of the fabric, this is because your hands and feet are dry. The fabric will only offer grip when your hands and feet are wet from sweat during a hot yoga practice. At the beginning of practice, when hands and feet are dry, some people spray their towels in order to pre-moisten them. In this way they do not have to wait for their hands and feet to get sweaty. If your hands and feet are dry, or you are not practising in a hot yoga room, you should not be using the towel as it serves no purpose in that situation. When your hands and feet are dry, you should practice directly on the top of your yoga mat without the aid of the towel. (Posted on 3/7/2013)
- Review by Roy
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- Review by Amy