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03/14/2019 is a 5mm mat equal to 1/4 inch thickness Edit
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5mm is equal to 0.19685 inches (not close enough to .25 inches).

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 03/16/2019
09/07/2018 Can these mats get wet? Can they be used pool side? Edit
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Yes this can get wet, when exposed to water this accelerates the aging of your yoga mat.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 09/07/2018
11/10/2017 How much does this mat weigh? Edit
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The Everyday Yoga Mat 72'' 5mm weighs approximately 2.94 lbs.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/26/2017
08/25/2016 Which side of a mat should face up and which side face the floor or does it matter? I notice that the "bumps" are larger on one side than the other. Is this significant regarding which side is to face up? I am new to yoga and have much to learn about mats! Edit
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The side which is bumpy should face up. Though keep in mind, the raised bumps can be somewhat uncomfortable during seated or prone poses. If you are sensitive to the feel of your mat and would like a smoother surface that won't make you slip, a traditional sticky mat may be the optimal choice.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 08/26/2016