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    The right stuff is as comfortable in the studio as it is stylish at the juice bar. Check out our favorite women's yoga essentials from the 2013 Summer Buyer’s Guide.

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    Nike Studio Wrap shoes

    Whether you’re worried about rental-mat hygiene or you just want better grip, the modular Studio Wrap strips down from a ballet flat to an open-toe neoprene slipper with grippy nubs on the bottom. ($110)

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    New Balance Spree capri pants

    Part of New Balance’s expanded line of yoga-specific apparel, the Spree capris are some of the comfiest and most flattering we’ve worn. ($60)

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    Vega Vibrancy bars

    Formulated by Ironman triathlete Brendan Brazier, these all-natural bars are made mostly from raw and sprouted plant-based superfoods like chia, hemp, and buckwheat. Sounds challenging, we know, but they taste great. Seriously. ($3)

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    JadeYoga Harmony Professional mat

    After years of slipping and sliding, we’ve decided it’s worth investing in a top-notch exercise mat. The Harmony Professional is made from a textured natural rubber and is the most slip-resistant mat we’ve tried. ($70)

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    Moving Comfort Urban Burnout scarf

    When you need just a touch of postworkout warmth, this soft, breathable infinity scarf is perfect. ($30)

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    Carve Designs Rae tank

    Because the band around the bottom of this mostly mesh tank sits taut around your hips, it never slides up. A built-in peekaboo sports bra adds support and a hint of style. ($48)

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    Eddie Bauer Travex wrap

    Throw it over your yoga clothes and you’ve got an instant, errand-ready outfit. ($50)

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    Prana June tote

    Just the right size (big enough for a mat, a change of clothes, a yoga block, a water bottle, and the day’s necessities), with built-in grommets that let sweaty clothes air out. ($80)

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