Manduka eQua Yoga Mat Towel, Thunder, 72″

August 4, 2018 - Comment

Super-absorbent and quick drying, the eQua Mat Towel spreads over the yoga mat to provide a slip-resistant, hygienic surface. Designed for mats up to 71″ long. Product Features The 72″ x 26.5″ eQua® hold performance yoga mat towel offers the best of all worlds, combining the ultimate wet grip and absorption of our eQua® towels

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Super-absorbent and quick drying, the eQua Mat Towel spreads over the yoga mat to provide a slip-resistant, hygienic surface. Designed for mats up to 71″ long.

Product Features

  • The 72″ x 26.5″ eQua® hold performance yoga mat towel offers the best of all worlds, combining the ultimate wet grip and absorption of our eQua® towels with the addition of our patented, non-slip skidless nub technology.
  • eQua® Hold offers a plush, quick-drying towel that grips the mat and keeps your towel in place allowing you to focus on your practice.
  • Unique frog dot pattern grips the mat and keeps towel firmly in place to enhance practice.
  • Highly durable and designed to withstand frequent washing.
  • Machine wash on cold with like colors. Hang to dry (recommended) or tumble dry on low setting.

Comments

Dylan O. says:

No slipping and great quality Everyone I know who has a mat towel has one made by Yogitoes. I agonized for months over whether I should buy a Yogitoes or this. Yogitoes has those little rubber bumps on this one side, but did they really make that much difference in terms of grippiness? I use a Manduka mat and love it so I decided to take a risk and go with the Manduka towel too. I’m pretty sure it paid off. This towel feels great, you can really tell it’s high quality. It’s a little slippy when it’s completely dry but, once…

Ami says:

Soft, smooth mat cover for hot or room temp yoga This is the smoothest, softest mat cover I’ve ever used in my 7 years of practice. I’ve been using only this style in my Ashtanga practice, laid over a Manduka Prolite, and while it still bunches and shifts a bit, not nearly as much as yogitoes or other kinds. I prefer a machine-washable towel-style over the Mysore rug most of the other practitioners in my shala use … plus, this can double as a shower towel after yoga and a sauna towel. I use it without spraying it with water, but a little…

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