Cork Roller, Eco-friendly, Mobeco
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Cork Rollie, Self Massage Tools, Mobeco
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Self care that looks good, MOBECO stylish recovery and muscle mobility tools help you feel good, recover fast and they do look good, forget the brightly coloured, tacky rollers and balls.
The Cork Rollie is perfect for larger muscle groups like quads, glutes, hamstrings, calves and thoracic spine. This Environmentally friendly foam Roller is more intense than regular rollers due to its smaller diameter and firm material. Cork roller covers larger areas at a time for fast relief of aches and pains, so it is less intense than the Cork Baller and Cork Peanut.
It also feels good to look after our environment, all Mobeco muscle recovery props are made with natural products connecting you with the Earth.
We use biodegradable packaging, recycled card and plant trees with every order.
📋Cork Roller Description:
- Lightweight, durable, sweat proof and safe for the environment;
- ♻️Non-toxic and eco-friendly;
- Biodegradable and recyclable;
- Stylish Earthy Designs;
- Designed in Australia.
- Size: 30cm long x 10cm diameter (regular foam rollers are around 15cm diameter);
- Weight: 900g.
Shipping and Dispatch:
This product is dispatched within 2 business days.
It is shipped ONLY within Australia.
- Designed for use indoors on a hard flat surface.
- Spot clean with soapy water and dry with a cloth.
What is cork?
Cork is a 100% natural plant tissue from the bark of the cork oak. It consists of a hive of microscopic cells containing a gas identical to air. It has a range of uses associated with its attributes that no technology has yet managed to replicate or exceed.
Cork is a naturally durable and long lasting product. It's nonporous, so it will NOT absorb sweat and bacteria like foam products. Cork is 100% natural and does not harm the cork oak tree in the harvest process. The cork is taken from the bark and allows the tree to continue growing.