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Manduka PL71-OLIVE 71-Inch PROlite Travel Yoga and Pilates Mat (Olive)

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  • Light 4-1/2 pounds for easy transport to yoga studio or retreat
  • Non-stick, grip prevents slippage due to perspiration
  • Provides stability on hard or soft surfaces
  • Comfortably cushions spine, hips, knees, and elbows from hard floors
  • Superior wear and longevity
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.9 Kg
Product Dimensions60.7 x 10.7 x 10.2 cm
Item model numberPL71
ColorOlive
Weight1.8 kilograms
Number of Items1
Brand NameManduka
  
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ASINB001ET5ZW4
Best Sellers Rank #82,132 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First AvailableApril 25 2011
  
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Its been 3 years now, I still have my olive green babe. I do wish there was a slight grip on the mat and they did come out with some- but that could also mean im not engaged enough that im sliding. No sign of wear after 3 years, doesnt fall apart. Its a bit heavier than other mats I've had but.... between Manduka and Jade, my heart loves both.... if you are a serious practitioner, please support the companies that work only to make mats... dont get your mat from a clothing store that deems mats as "accessories". Agh.
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By Deborah Kuo on Nov. 23 2014
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I found that the mat is a little slippery and I do slip a little bit... but I have been told that it is something that would improve with use. As well, it's relatively heavier than the other ones but I know the quality is really good compared to others out there. I like their sustainable practices too.
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Amazon.com: 161 reviews
64 of 71 people found the following review helpful
Great mat with major flaws Dec 8 2011
By Cupcake Wonk - Published on Amazon.com
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I researched long and hard before I invested in a yoga mat. For quality mats, my choice came down between the Manduka PROlite v. the Jade Harmony. Both are 3/16 thick and weigh about the same (Jade is heavier by 1/2 lbs). I ended up buying the Manduka Prolite Amore because it was cheaper, closed-cell (less bacteria, easier to clean), and has a lifetime guarantee (for the amount of money, I want a mat that lasts)! When the mat arrived, like the other reviews indicated, it was super slippery (there was non-existant smell; it didn't bother me). I gave it three or four washes in the shower, coarse salt scrubs, and 3/4 uses per week with mat cleaner wipe downs. After two months, it is less slippery than it used to be HOWEVER I still slip on it in a vinyasa/power yoga class. I don't consider myself to be a heavy sweat-er, but my feet and hands slip during most poses and I have to constantly search for "dry" space on my mat (I almost always slip/fall to my death in wheel pose). The constant slipping has caused unnecessary strain on my wrists to keep my body in place during various poses.

If you sweat minimally, Manduka prolite is a great mat - great colors, lasts a long time, and feels very study/great cushion during practice. However, if you sweat at all during class, I highly recommend going the Jade route. I just returned my Manduka and purchased a Jade - yes, everything sticks to it, it is open celled (greater risk of bacteria accumulating), and has a strong rubber smell in the beginning - but no slipping! A silp-free downward dog feels heavenly after months of constant readjustment on the Manduka. I'm not sure how the Jade will hold up with constant use, but it is the mat my studio recommends and even if it breaks down after 1 year of use, it is probably a good idea to get a new mat (if purely for hygienic reasons). While yogitoes might solve my slippage problem, it also has grip-to-mat problems. For me, I'd rather focus on my practice than focus on not falling.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Slippery with no solution (Update) Jan. 27 2009
By S. Bast - Published on Amazon.com
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***Update***
3/1/09
Sierra at Manduka just received my returned mat. She stated that I did indeed wear the film off, but the texture of both sides of my mat were unlike the norm. She offered to send me another ProLite which would be the correct texture, but I decided to go with the eKo as I heard great things about it. I will say that Mankuka's customer service is the best I've experienced. They are very committed to having satisfied customers and even go through the trouble of practicing on your returned mat to see what it is that wasn't working for you. So I feel that if you are one in many that get a mat like mine that was slippery, you will be in excellent hands to get the mat you will be happy with. I'm looking forward to practicing with my eKo.

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I rarely give reviews, but I felt this is important if you are a serious yogi. I treated myself with a Manduka mat for my birthday after hearing so much praise about them. I've had mine 4 months and I have done everything to make it less slippery: Use the cleanser, scrubbing it, laying it the sun for HOURS...out of desperation, I used Magic Erasers on it hoping to remove the shiny film on top. I finally resorted to CONSTANTLY wiping my hands on a towel before each asana...what a way to break a flow. Those that are in my class that have this particular Manduka all use a towel on top. I've gone through countless cheap mats without ever having to use a towel on top after 2 weeks of breaking in. I practice 90 minute yoga everyday and I still slip. It wasn't until someone shared my mat for a pose and commented "This is the slipperiest mat in the world! How do you practice on it?" that made me come here to review and look into returning it to Manduka (even though i purchased it via Amazon). I am way beyond the 30 days return because Manduka kept urging me to put it in the sun and wear it out. I would love any suggestions on how to make this less slippery and/or any tips on returning to Manduka. Please note: I am NOT a big sweater. It just takes one downward dog and I'm slipping. I gave this 2 stars because I really love the density of the mat and the no-rolling up at the end. email me if you have any suggestions! bunnyfooster@gmail.com
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Beware of these light colors July 1 2013
By Meggowatt - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Pop Verified Purchase
Let me start by saying that the mat itself is great. It's comfortable, well-made, and once it was broken in, it was great to practice yoga with. It did come with the slippery coating that many have mentioned, that I removed with the (Manduka-recommended) sea salt, water, and a scrub brush, because my hands slid a lot until I did it. Now it's comfy and I don't slide at all.

I must provide fair warning of a few color-related issues though.

1. I bought the Poppy color, and when it arrived I found it to look more a mix of salmon pink and bright/light orange. This was not what I'd had in mind. I will say though, that in the dim lighting of a yoga studio it does look a bit darker, but not quite the deep bold "California poppy" orange I'd envisioned. I almost returned it for this reason, but didn't. Now I wish I had, because....

2. With these new light Manduka colors, I find the mat looks dirty extremely easily. Now that it's summer and I'm living in flip-flops, when I kick off my sandals and get on the mat, I leave footprints everywhere. I had no idea that wearing sandals makes your feet so dirty until I had this mat. My dusty feet are not the mat's fault of course, but the dirt seems to stick due to the texture of the mat, necessitating a cleaning of the mat after almost every class (or my feet before every class), as it doesn't just brush off like it would on a cheaper plastic mat. If this would aggravate you as much as it does me, get a darker color and saver yourself the hassle.

ALSO, today I carried the mat around for much of the day in a fabric backpack, and the black dye from the backpack rubbed off on the mat, and now it looks like it has grease stains or something all over it. I'm super bummed about this, as I haven't been able to get this off despite scrubbing.

So unfortunately, I feel like it's been one issue after the next with this mat, which is a bummer because for such a steep price, it's causing me more hassle than my old $9 Gaiam mat ever did. Oh well, live and learn, I do like it and am glad I have it, but wish I would have listened to my first instinct and traded it in for the 'midnight' color at least.
57 of 73 people found the following review helpful
If you never sweat this is a fantastic yoga mat. Sept. 12 2011
By D. Meier - Published on Amazon.com
After carefully reading the reviews I decided to ignore the negative ones and go ahead with a purchase of a Manduka ProLite mat. But then it all began. The slow realization that I've just spent $80.00+ on a new yoga mat I'll never be able to use.

I purchased my mat from a retail store in Chicago, who won't take it back because I went through the salt scrub process Manduka told me to do.

I tried everything to make this mat not slippery as a soaped up marble floor, but after months of trying to use it and having to use a towel or another mat provided by the studio I've given up.

I'm out $80 dollars and I highly recommend, if you sweat, to avoid this mat. For gentle yoga, or yoga where you do not perspire this is a great mat. It doesn't absorb sweat so it theoretically stays very clean, which is fantastic. But if you sweat on it you will not get past the point where you begin to perspire.

I wish I would have listened to the other (few) negative reviews rather than assuming that since most reviews were positive I would have a positive experience with my mat.

I've also talked to several people at my yoga studio and they all agree that these mats are useless without a towel. Hopefully Manduka will give me a discount on one of their towels since my mat is useless without it.

I can happily end this review by telling you that the people at Manduka are very honest and helpful and they went as far as sending me a towel to use on my mat for no charge. For their kindness and understanding I am tremendously thankful.

Happy Yoga!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Manduka PROlite Yoga Mat - Ideal Compromise Feb. 28 2013
By Roy S. - Published on Amazon.com
I had already bought the Manduka Black Mat PRO by the time I decided to get the ProLite. As much as I like the former, it was getting too heavy to carry every day to the gym. My shoulder would hurt by the time I got home. The ProLite, at 4 lbs., is a much more reasonable weight even as it retains many of the characteristics of the Pro that I admired so much: cushioning, stability, grippy surface when dry. Additionally, I got the Midnight color and it's a deep blue that I find visually satisfying and calming.

It also, unfortunately, keeps what to me is the only negative: slippery when wet, even a little. You may have read a lot of the reviews here, but let me confirm. My downward facing dog can get a bit wobbly once my hands begin to sweat, even just a bit. Near the end of a session, a dolphin pose is quite a challenge. However, I don't have problems with my warrior poses, wet or dry. The slipperiness problem does get better after a while. I've been using it six to seven times a week for two months and that "film" on the mat that the company talks about diminishes, but not completely, at least not at this point in time. Meanwhile, what is one to do? Fortunately, there are mat-sized towels, the Manduka eQua Yoga Mat Towel being one of them, that pretty much eliminate the problem while you're breaking the mat in. (Another 40 bucks, but hey, who's counting?)

The ProLite isn't as heavy as the Pro, therefore you may experience some lifting of the mat. For example when I squeeze my feet together as I'm in squat, the mat bunches ever so slightly, which never happens with the Pro, probably because it's so thick. But it happens so rarely on the ProLite such that I believe it is the better overall performance mat that's more reasonably transportable on an everyday basis.

Before this, I had an old Stott Pilates foam mat that had seen better days and that I pretty much never thought about. After my Manduka purchase, I feel that my mat has become such an important and essential part of the practice, and breaking it in, despite the tediousness of it, makes it even more of a personal mat, something that I literally and figuratively put my imprint on, at the same time that I work on my asanas. It's so supportive and grounding. Before deciding to buy it, I researched it and read many reviews. I thought it unnatural how much people buzzed and gushed about the mat as if it were some organic entity, or even a friend, and how much they got attached to what is essentially vinyl. Now I know why.

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