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Manduka introduces zero-waste PRO line
Sep '08
Manduka, the world's leader in high performance yoga gear, announced the launch of the Manduka PRO line of yoga mats.

These sustainable, zero-waste yoga mats are the latest innovation in Manduka's ten-year history designing the yoga community's favorite mats.

Manufactured using a certified emissions-free process, the new BlackMatPRO and PROlite are the first ever to be guaranteed to last a lifetime, supporting Manduka's commitment to eco-responsibility and reducing consumption.

The BlackMatPRO, an enhanced iteration of Manduka's renowned Black Mat, offers superior non-slip fabric finish and unparalleled cushioning a simple, elegant mat unlike any other on the market.

Designed for yoga enthusiasts and those that value quality and sustainability, the BlackMatPRO is celebrated as the gold standard yoga mat.

The revamped PROlite, formerly known as the PurpleLite Travel Mat, is the lighter-weight counterpart to the BlackMatPRO.

With the same unsurpassed quality and design, it is versatile and travel friendly optimal for yoga practitioners on the go.

The PROlite is now available in five passion-inspiring colors: the original Purple, Pacific (blue), Pinot
(red), Apricot (orange), Olive (green).

"Introducing the lifetime guarantee came out of our belief in the quality and sustainability of this yoga mat line," said Sky Meltzer, CEO, at Manduka.

"Manduka is committed to creating a better future our zero-waste and emissions free yoga mats are designed to last a lifetime."

In addition to its fair labor production standards, these mats are created in an Oeko-Tex certified emissions-free process and do not contain harmful substances.

Manduka PRO is being launched on the heels of Manduka's eKO line of biodegradable yoga mats.

Engineered from non-Amazon harvested tree rubber, eKO mats decompose completely at the end of their useful lives and are free of the toxic foaming agents and plasticizers commonly found in other eco-branded yoga products.


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