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The Best Yoga Gear of 2020

Goods to take you from morning sun salutation to bedtime savasana

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Ananday Natural Canvas Bag ($68)

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Tired of juggling your way into class? This duffel accommodates mats up to 24 inches wide and has plenty of room for props, clothes, and a water bottle. The external pocket organizes your phone, wallet, and keys, so you can focus on the oms.

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Icebreaker Men’s Motion Seamless SS Crewe Shirt ($95)

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Those who tend to get drenched during midsummer vinyasa will appreciate the Motion Seamless SS Crewe, which blends merino, Tencel, and nylon into a durable knit that moves moisture at warp speed without smelling funky.

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Halfmoon Rectangular Bolster ($75 and up)

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Elevate your practice with Halfmoon’s bolster. Firm stuffing gives support to legs up the wall, reclined back bend, and child’s pose, while replaceable covers in limited-edition prints ($26) and fabrics like linen make it stand out.

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S’well Roamer Water Bottle ($75)

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Hydration is the foundation of health. This sleek jug holds 64 ounces. Vacuum insulation keeps contents cool in even the sultriest sessions.

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Roxie Rudolph Leggings ($79)

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Long-waisted yogis, rejoice. These leggings won’t roll down, and the polyester-spandex fabric wicks sweat and will keep you warm when the mercury drops. The best part: there are dozens of fun prints to choose from.

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Prana Momento Crop Top ($59)

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We love the Momento’s balance of coverage, support, and mobility. We wore it through a morning class, hiking, hot springs, and après beers without experiencing digging, thanks to the long cut and seam-free bottom edge.

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Manduka Pro Travel Mat ($68)

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The standard-issue Manduka Pro is our go-to, but it’s a beast to transport. The Pro Travel weighs just under 2.5 pounds and provides 2.5 millimeters of cushy, grippy foam—enough to keep you stable on grass, decking, and office carpet.

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Patagonia Men’s Nine Trails Shorts ($65)

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Some shorts are too short and ride up; others are too long and bind during warrior pose. The stretch-woven Nine Trails gets it right, with an eight-inch inseam and a breathable boxer-brief liner treated with silver ions to help keep odor at bay.

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