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Manduka Pro Travel Yoga Mat (71'' x 24''; 2.5mm thick) EXPIRED

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Manduka has Manduka Pro Travel Yoga Mat (71'' x 24''; 2.5mm thick, various colors) on sale at 2 for $68. Shipping is free on $75+ orders. Thanks fortunegrace

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Manduka.com website has Pro Travel Yoga Mat buy one get one free deal. Usually it is $68 dollars, now it will be $32+tax each when you buy 2. Limit one deal per customer.

**For 3 days only, when you buy the lightest member of our best-selling PRO Series (our PRO travel mat), you'ss get a second one on us

Simply add 2 PRO travel mats to your cart and we'll take care of the rest.

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My cheap ass dumby mat is slipsville when sweat is applied. I'm down to pay more for a mat that will keep my body safer when doing weirdo bends.

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As a yoga instructor Manduka is my mat of choice. That being said your mat is a deeply personal choice. I'd recommend to check out different mats to find what works for you. I'd recommend looking into Lululemon and HuggerMugger also. In my opinion, TJ Maxx specials and most of the Gaiam stuff is disposable at best. Like others said you don't NEED a mat to practice but it helps. If you compre it to other fitness activities a hundred bucks is a cheap investment especially considering what you'd spend in shoes over the years for say running. I have a Manduka mat that has seen almost daily practice for the past ten years and it is nowhere near the end of its life. These mats are closed cell foam and won't absorb sweat and gunk like other materials.

The Manduka pro series is not the grippiest mat out there but a yoga towel easily solves that problem for me (I'm a big time sweater).

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Add $7 worth more of stuff for Free Shipping or pay $12 in shipping. Not many items less than $10 though. I added mat spray($14).
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I love my Manduka Pro and Pro Lite — looking forward to trying the Pro Travel out. Thanks!
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My cheap ass dumby mat is slipsville when sweat is applied. I'm down to pay more for a mat that will keep my body safer when doing weirdo bends.

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My cheap ass dumby mat is slipsville when sweat is applied. I'm down to pay more for a mat that will keep my body safer when doing weirdo bends.

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Yikes that's too bad. I need to replace my cheap Gaiam from TJ Maxx because of how slippery it is..

Anybody with suggestions?
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My cheap ass dumby mat is slipsville when sweat is applied. I'm down to pay more for a mat that will keep my body safer when doing weirdo bends.

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A cheap solution would be to get a yoga towel. It's the size of the mat, but uses rubber tacks on the bottom.
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Yikes that's too bad. I need to replace my cheap Gaiam from TJ Maxx because of how slippery it is..

Anybody with suggestions?
I haven't tried these, but they seem to have good reviews

https://www.popflexactive.com/col.../yoga-mats
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My cheap ass dumby mat is slipsville when sweat is applied. I'm down to pay more for a mat that will keep my body safer when doing weirdo bends.

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Not sure how this travel model is, but I have a regular manduka pro that started off a little slippery but is now grippy as hell. Took like a month before I was totally confident on it. And I am the type that comes out of a regular class looking like it had been held in a sauna!
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My cheap ass dumby mat is slipsville when sweat is applied. I'm down to pay more for a mat that will keep my body safer when doing weirdo bends.

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From my experience, Lululemon mats are ridiculously slip resistant. I have both and only use the Lululemon now
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I have manduka and lulu and prefer my manduka. This is a great deal
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For anyone doing yoga on a cheap mat...you can do yoga anywhere, on a cheap mat, or no mat at all even. That's one of the nice things, you don't need this.

However, these mats are pretty great for this price, and if you have a friend who also needs a new mat, this may be deal for you. These mats feel MUCH, better than a cheap foam type mat you see many people use, and if you can spare $68 for two it's not a bad use of your money
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Lululemon
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As a yoga instructor Manduka is my mat of choice. That being said your mat is a deeply personal choice. I'd recommend to check out different mats to find what works for you. I'd recommend looking into Lululemon and HuggerMugger also. In my opinion, TJ Maxx specials and most of the Gaiam stuff is disposable at best. Like others said you don't NEED a mat to practice but it helps. If you compre it to other fitness activities a hundred bucks is a cheap investment especially considering what you'd spend in shoes over the years for say running. I have a Manduka mat that has seen almost daily practice for the past ten years and it is nowhere near the end of its life. These mats are closed cell foam and won't absorb sweat and gunk like other materials.

The Manduka pro series is not the grippiest mat out there but a yoga towel easily solves that problem for me (I'm a big time sweater).
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