Hybrid Hammock A ‘Levitating’ Yoga Mat

Built with sun salutations in mind, Levitat jumps into the ‘Hammock Life’ fray with another hanging option.

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Going camping? Take your asanas with you, without the hassle of clearing a spot for the yoga mat. The latest release from Levitat is a triangular trampoline mat made for aerial yoga enthusiasts. But it looks like an equally good option for doing absolutely nothing.

Levitat Aerial Yoga Mat

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We’ve covered Levitat in the past, and the brand clearly has suspended, triangular trampoline products on the brain. Its last Kickstarter was a hanging tree tent that bore an uncanny resemblance to the Tentsile.

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The brand’s latest Kickstarter, however, takes a new approach. Instead of camping and sleeping, this Levitat caters to yoga enthusiasts (slackers?) and families. It’s less a dwelling, and more an accessory for fun outdoors.

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The triangular mat, which will retail for $240, does away with the canopy and markets itself as a new take on the yoga mat. It claims to benefit balance, and improve blood circulation, focus, and concentration.

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We’re not sure about all that, but we’re pretty sure it would be great for our favorite pose: Lying still in a hammock.

The Levitat can hold up to three adults or six kids, and a total of 770 lbs., according to the brand. It has ratchet straps for tree hanging, and it also works with a stand to set up in treeless areas (or indoors).

It’s live on Kickstarter now for $159 buy-ins.

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Adam Ruggiero is an all-sport activity junkie – from biking, running, and (not enough) surfing, to ball sports, camping, and cattle farming. If it’s outside, it’s worth doing. Adam graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BA in journalism. Likes: unique beer, dogs, stories. Like nots: neckties, escalators, manicured lawns.

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