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Get in Gear: Gravis Yoga Bag & Mat

Get in Gear: Gravis Yoga Bag & Mat

If you have a thick yoga or Pilates mat like the Manduka Mat, you know that it's tough to find a mat bag that can hold it and a bunch of other stuff. If you are going to a class right after work, you need room for your exercise clothes, post-workout clothes, a water bottle, snacks, your phone, and maybe sneaker or post-workout shoes. Who wants to carry around a mat bag and a separate bag for all your stuff? I found just the thing to solve your mat woes.

I'm in love with this Gravis Yoga Bag - it even comes with a mat. The sleeve on the side can fit any size mat or rug, and there is an exterior pop-out water bottle pocket for easy access. The large compartment has a handle attached to the 2 zippers so when you open it up, you can see all your stuff and get to it easily. There's also an interior key clip so you won't have to fish around for an hour trying to find your keys.

The best part is the 2 handles. It makes it look more like a cute purse than a hefty gym bag. It comes in Grey (shown), Black, or Cork, and for $39.95, this Gravis bag is quite a steal.

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Skorpio Skorpio 5 years
I'm on the hunt for the perfect yoga bag. This is a good price, but good points were made. Mat doesn't stay in straps, awkward side weight. Im apprehensive of how sturdy those snaps are as well.
Fitness Fitness 8 years
bizzybee - if this bag is too big, check out the Pinda Mat Bag. It's a backpack - great for carrying your mat and a little bit of stuff.
Fitness Fitness 8 years
bizzybee - if this bag is too big, check out the <a href="/81746">Pinda Mat Bag</a>. It's a backpack - great for carrying your mat and a little bit of stuff.
Linda-McP Linda-McP 8 years
This is really nice. Think I'm adding it to my wish list!
Entertainment Entertainment 8 years
oh wow! I have a great Gravis tote but my mat doesn't fit in it, so I usually end up carrying it separately. I just might have to get this ...
miz_dj miz_dj 8 years
I have this bag, and loooove it. The mat doesn't always stay in those little strappies, though. ;P I've got their laptop backback too, which has saved my back!
adelka adelka 8 years
I would use it. I still have yet to get a yoga mat, even though I do yoga often, but at home on carpet or hardwood or outside on grass. I don't go to classes. And I could ALWAYS use another gym bag!
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 8 years
Ah this is very nice. I like that the mat is attached on the side there.
bizzybee bizzybee 8 years
I walk or take the subway so this is a bit bulky for my needs. I also find that the one shoulder thing can be uncomfortable and ruin your alignment if carried over a distance. Great though if you drive or have a short commute to your gym or studio.
bizzybee bizzybee 8 years
I walk or take the subway so this is a bit bulky for my needs. I also find that the one shoulder thing can be uncomfortable and ruin your alignment if carried over a distance. Great though if you drive or have a short commute to your gym or studio.
syako syako 8 years
That's a great price. Most mats are about that much on their own.
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