What is the best alternative to prAna E.C.O. Yoga Mat?
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At 3/16” thickness, the Harmony mat is not as thick as some other yoga mats (like Jade Fusion), but it still cushions your knees a lot more than lower-quality alternatives. The Jade Harmony yoga mat is likely to be soft enough for people who don't have any pre-existing problems with their knees. See More
The Jade Harmony is made of open-cell rubber, which gives it the grip that's great for wet conditions such as hot yoga. The Harmony will dry out if left in direct sunlight or in the back of your car uncovered on hot days, which will ruin the grip and shorten the lifespan of your mat considerably. See More
The Jade Harmony yoga mat is biodegradable, and after about a year of every-day use you will start to notice grooves in the mat in the spots where your hands and feet usually are, and bits of rubber will start to come off. If you want a yoga mat that lasts for decades, then you should consider getting a non eco-friendly version. See More
The Manduka eKO has a textured surface that repels sweat. This makes it good for use in dry conditions, because the sweat will sit on the surface of the mat, causing it to be more slippery than open-cell mats (open-cell surfaces absorb moisture). The closed-cell surface on the Manduka is easier to clean and reduces the risk of accumulating bacteria in its pores. See More