Recycled Plaid Yoga Blanket(3029 in Stock)
Our thickest blanket, made of recycled fibers, is a wool-free and economical way to support your restorative yoga practice.
- Dimensions: 70" x 75" x 1/4"
- Weight: 4.2 lb
- Material: Recycled polyester and acrylic fibers
- Made in Mexico
Our Recycled Plaid Yoga Blanket is extra thick, firm, and woven from recycled fabrics. It is exceptionally soft, and a great choice for people with wool allergies.
Made from recycled materials.
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- Our thickest blanket, can be used in place of a bolster
- Made from recycled polyester and acrylic fibers
- Use for Restorative yoga practice
- Great for Shoulderstand support, or under the hips in seated poses
- Drape over body for warmth in Savasana
- Long-lasting and durable
- Super-soft and reversible
- Excellent choice for people with wool allergies
Machine or hand wash cold, tumble dry low. Some shrinkage will occur.
Always consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program.
Beautiful thick and super soft blanket. Love that it is made of recycled materials also. Needed something larger and more substantial than what I was using, very happy!
Bold Design and Forward-Thinking Materials
I selected the Recycled Plaid Yoga Blanket in purple for its forward-thinking approach to recyclable materials and its bold color and design. This blanket is thick and heavy, so I feel supported in yin and restorative yoga classes.
Soft And Heavy
I love this blanket! It's so much softer than other yoga blankets (e.g., Mexican blankets) that I've used at studios before, and I like this it's a bit thicker for restorative poses--and also keeps my knees cushioned in kneeling poses. As others note, it's heavier/bigger than other yoga blankets, but I personally like that it has more substance!
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