Bright colors and bold patterns for warriors who bike to class.
Without Walls Rose Run Tights
Fashionable yoga was once an oxymoron, but newcomer Without Walls delivers with these moisture-wicking, poly-spandex tights ($64). We liked the flat seams, which helped prevent chafing, but mostly couldn’t resist the fly print.
Lululemon Yogi Racer Tank
This lightweight, loosely cut top ($48) was just long enough to tuck into a pair of tights during inversions and stylish enough to wear around town with a cute, contrasting sports bra underneath.
Manduka eKo SuperLite Travel Mat
Standard yoga mats range from five to seven pounds, but the 68-inch-long eKo ($40) weighs less than half that, making it ideal for stashing in a messenger bag. Our only complaint: the biodegradable rubber is a bit slippery until broken in.
James Perse Yosemite Raglan Hooded Sweatshirt
James Perse made a name for himself selling high-end basics to movie stars and urban moms, but we’re digging his recent expansion into performance wear. With the Yosemite ($195), he adapts his soft cotton and flattering cuts for the studio.
Hari Mari Scout Flip-Flops
Hari Mari’s stylish and absurdly comfortable Scouts ($60) conformed to our feet within days, thanks to a memory-foam toe post and woven hemp bottoms.
Nike High Compression Sports Bra
With padded cups and a double layer of Nike Dri-Fit throughout, it manages to be both reinforcing and incredibly comfortable ($45). Testers loved the mesh lining along the back, which kept things cool during sweaty asanas.
Prana Bhakti Yoga Bag
The print is awesome, but the Bhakti ($40) made the cut because it’s durable, has a handy exterior stash pocket, and, thanks to an adjustable strap, transitions from bike seat to yoga mat.