Transformation Mat

Special:$49 (16.9% off)Regular: $59
Item # ypr2620


The Prana Transformation Mat is lightweight and perfect for travel! Great for hot yoga, it provides fantastic traction when wet. Made with biodegradable natural rubber bonded with polyester microfiber, it has sustainable qualities for the green in all of us.
  • Lightweight
  • Fun prints are sublimated on microfiber
  • Perfect for hot yoga
  • Layer on top of any of our other mats for extra cushioning
  • 68 (173cm) long x 26 (66cm) wide x 1.5mm thick
  • Brand new product with tags
Material - Microfiber Face: 75% Polyester / 25% Nylon Base: 100% Rubber
Made In - Taiwan
Prana Transformation Mat ( Indigo Baleen )
Indigo Baleen
Indigo Baleen

Additional Info

Acc-Yoga --- N/A --- Yoga Mats

Product Review: Prana Transformation Mat

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By Brigitte
great product for sweaty hands
April 21, 2018
This is great for anyone who has sweaty hands and feet and doesn't want to slide down their mat while doing yoga. You can throw it in a front-loader washing machine with some white vinegar and let it air dry to keep clean. It's great to bring traveling even if all you do is stretch out and take a nap. You can layer it over nasty gym mats if you don't have a thicker mat to put down for more padding. Mine first one disappeared at the gym and I bought the exact same product as a replacement because it's the best I've found!

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