Architect-turned-yogi Peter Sterios launched Manduka in 1997 in order to produce a well-designed yoga mat that would offer greater support than other mats on the market -- and to spread the company’s mission of “joyology”, a study in living. Manduka’s best-selling Plyometrics Black Mat Pro features a non-slip skidless finish and extra-thick cushioning to make your practice more enjoyable and comfortable than ever. For travel, Manduka’s lightweight PROlite and eKO SuperLite Mats — available in bright blues, reds and other cheerful colors — offer all the advantages of the Black Mat and easily fit inside your suitcase or bag; there's also the eQUA yoga mat towel. To show respect for the environment, Manduka creates all of its mats, towels, tees and tanks, and other products out of recycled and eco-friendly materials.
Well-made essentials that make it easy to get fit
An easy way to get in shape for spring (and beyond)
Well-made essentials that make it easy to get in shape
Skip the $11 tuna sandwich downstairs and tote your lunch to work in these instead.