Product Comparison: Manduka PRO vs Manduka PROlite

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General Specifications
About the Product
This best-selling yoga mat is luxuriously dense for unparalleled comfort and cushioning. With a lifetime guarantee, The Manduka PRO Mat will revolutionize your practice for years to come.
The PROlite is the perfect solution for people seeking a lightweight yoga mat with superior quality and comfort. The PROlite is a lighter, zero-waste yoga mat -- for in the studio, and on the go.
Key Specs
Best For
Yoga, Pilates, Gym, General Fitness
Yoga, Pilates, Gym, General Fitness
71 "
71 "
6 mm
4.7 mm
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Manduka PRO Yoga Mat
  • This is one heavy-duty solid mat. It looks tough. It feels tough. It is tough.
  • I am 6'1", and most mats are too short for me. The Manduka Pro 85" mat was very slippery from me sweating when I first started using it.
  • I found out about Manduka mats from my Fitness studio, where they let you borrow Manduka mats for Yoga classes.
  • The size allows you room to stay safe.
  • I appreciate the thickness and overall size of this mat, but despite repeated "seasonings" with salt per the instructions and many YouTube videos you might watch, if you sweat, you will slip--even doing the most basic yoga postures like downward facing dog.
Manduka PROlite Yoga Mat
  • It travels well- it fits perfect in a medium size luggage and you can still fit tons of clothes- we travel a lot and this mat has been all over the country over the last year.
  • The size and weight is comfortable to carry a few blocks to class with a sling.
  • Love the color. Definitely motivated me to get back into yoga again. This size was perfect for me and I am 5'1. Not too heavy and very durable.
  • Personally, I love this mat. I love the color, the size and it's very comfortable.
  • A little expensive, but a lifetime warranty. The 79" size is terrific if you're a bit too tall for most mats, and you can feel the quality in the material.
Size & Weight
0.24 in.
0.19 in.
71 in.
71 in.
26 in.
24 in.
7.5 lbs.
4 lbs.
Non-Slip Surface
Closed-cell surface
Closed-cell surface
High-density cushion, Fabric-like surface, 100% latex free
Superior wear and longevity backed by a Lifetime Guarantee, High-density cushion, Fabric-like surface, 100% latex free
What customers say about "Features"
Manduka PRO Yoga Mat
  • I feel like this mat will last a very long time being of close cell material.
  • The mat is quality materials and is heavy. It just doesn't move and I feel confident that I can concentrate on my workout.
  • It's very sturdy, and made from a heavyweight material. I think after some effort of breaking it in, it will become my favorite mat.
  • It took about 10 uses to break in and get used to the material, but now I love it more than any mat I've ever used.
  • I don't know if the style, material, etc. was changed, discontinued, or something else but this mat is HORRIBLE and extremely UNSAFE!!!
Manduka PROlite Yoga Mat
  • The material is far denser than the typical sticky mat I've been using for the last several years.
  • Material wise, I prefer the "rubber" feel of the PROLite over the X, however both are comparable.
  • The generic yoga mats are usually made with low quality material that will eventually cause the mat to smell and break apart but Manduka's yoga mat does not contain any odor (after properly breaking into the mat with the instructions provided) nor does it show any sign of tear and cracks.
  • Really nice cushioning material, minimal odor when new, and has continued to look like new over the last month of moderate use.
  • Disappointing. Good quality material, comfortable and supportive but I slip more than I expected, even during yin yoga or gentle flow.
Warranty / Certifications
OEKO-TEX certified
OEKO-TEX certified
Other Information
120.00 $
92.00 $

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