To Use: Place your yogitoes towel on top of your yoga mat or directly on the floor, dot-side down. Some practitioners start with a dry yogitoes towel, while others prefer to slightly dampen the areas under the hands and feet before they begin. When you are finished, avoid rolling up damp yogitoes with your mat.
To Wash: Machine wash cold with like colors. Deeper colors may require multiple, separate washings to remove excess dye. Tumble dry low or hang to dry. Do not bleach. Do not use dryer sheets, fabric softeners or detergents with fabric softener, as they will make the surface of your yogitoes slick. Because some dye loss may continue beyond the initial separate washings, use caution when practicing on light colored mats, or in light colored clothing.
For those with a larger yoga mat, or who simply prefer more coverage, yogitoes BIG towels provide an extra-long and super-absorbant solution.
Manduka’s yogitoes towels raise the bar for performance and sustainability. Each yogitoes towel is made from (no fewer than) 8 discarded plastic bottles, (preventing them from entering landfills or polluting the ocean), which are woven into 50% recycled poly yarn content that requires 2/3 less energy to produce. Our rich, vibrant colors are created using AZO, lead and heavy metal-free dyes to protect our workers, our customers, and our environment. We use only FSC certified recycled paper in our packaging. For Manduka sustainability isn’t just a word, it’s our inspiration.
• Sustainable, soft, hygienic, and absorbent. • Lightweight and great for travel. • Patented Skidless® technology using 100% silicone nubs to grip the towel in place on your mat, floor, or carpet. • Made using recycled bottles requiring 66% less energy to produce. • All dyes are free of AZO, lead, and heavy-metals.