Skip Nav
Beginner Fitness Tips
Want to Stand on Your Head? A Yoga Sequence to Get You There
10-minute Workouts
Tone Your Entire Body While You Brew Your Morning Coffee
Healthy Recipes
18 Healthy Dinners That Are 5 Ingredients or Less

Manduka Yoga Towel — Absorbent and Perfect For Hot Yoga

Manduka eQua Mat Towel: Good 'Til the Last Drop

I'm not taking Bikram, but lately my teacher has been turning the temperature way up in my yoga class. The higher temp, the more I sweat. Besides not wanting to look like a drippy mess in class, the extra perspiration makes it hard to stay put on even the best of mats. After nearly slipping onto my face during Downward Dog, I knew that it was time to invest in a good towel. Enter the Manduka eQua Mat Towel ($40).

It's a lot of money to spend on a towel, but it's the only one that really works for my practice. Standard towels are rough on my skin, don't dry fast enough, and move around and bunch up on my mat. They also don't offer great traction when a little damp. My Manduka towel is the exact opposite: the texture reminds me of a car chamois because of its soft suede-like texture, and it performs like one too! It dries immediately after using it, stays put on my mat, and has a slight traction to it that stands up to dampness. Major win.

Join The Conversation
Farting in Yoga Class
Learn How to Do a Handstand
Naked Yoga Pictures
Chicken Nugget Yoga
From Our Partners
Latest Fitness
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds