Product Features

  • Portable: It measures 30”W x 20”L, 2.5m thin made small enough to take anywhere!
  • Extra-Absorbent: The Gaiam small thirsty yoga hand towel is 78% polyester 22% nylon microfiber fabric that hurriedly soaks up sweat for a comfy dry feel. It’s small but terrible towel in absorbing perspiration during intense yoga or gym fitness.
  • Hypoallergenic: It is hypoallergenic that is gentle and won’t cause allergic reactions on the skin.
  • Chic Style: It’s fashionably chic yoga accessory that comes in variety of colors i.e. Deep purple and Lavender.


  • Convenient Product Care

For product care, simply machine wash separately in cold water and dry flat.

  • Affordable

It’s a small towel packed with great quality attributes at an affordable low price that suits one’s pocket best.

  • Odor Free

It doesn’t hold yucky smell even on extended use and is only washed one a week.

  • Durable

It is designed with premium quality microfiber fabric that can go a long way. The color doesn’t bleed and fade even when subject to frequent washing.

  • Multi-Function

It is not only perfect accessory for hot yoga but also for gym fitness, cycling and other strenuous outdoor active sports like Frisbee, Tennis and the like.


  • Harsh & Scratchy Feel on Skin

It may be hypoallergenic, however, it has harsh and scratchy feel when used to wipe off sweat from face and body which may be the limitation of microfiber towels. My piece of advice is to gently pat the towel on face and hands to dry and to avoid friction that may cause irritation.

Gaiam Small Thirsty Yoga Hand Towel
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4.5 stars
  • Outstanding

  • Product Quality
    Editor: 82%
  • Durability
    Editor: 79%
  • Value for Money
    Editor: 91%

Review Summary:

The Gaiam Small Thirsty Yoga Hand Towel is especially designed for Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Hot yoga with its ultra absorbent microfiber that wicks sweat away from face and body in half the time than a regular cotton towel does.

Scroll Up
More in Yoga
Gaiam Travel Yoga Mats
Gaiam Travel Yoga Mats – Review