single compartment yoga mat carrier – fits 24” wide yoga mat
Inspiration and simplicity combine to make the GO Light a go to carrier for those looking for a classic single compartment carrying solution. With a roomy, lined, zippered compartment for your mat and gear, an interior pocket for valuables, a comfortable, adjustable shoulder strap, and sturdy side handle for easy portability, the GO Light is the go-to bag for any yogi, anytime, anywhere.
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Inspiration and simplicity combine to make Manduka’s GO Light the go-to carrier for those looking for a classic single compartment carrying solution that offers both high-performance and lightweight versatility. The GO Light has a roomy, lined, zippered compartment to hold your mat (up to 24 “ wide) and gear, a secure interior pocket for your phone and valuables, a comfort-minded, adjustable shoulder strap, and sturdy side handles for easy portability. With its streamlined, functional, and sure-to-impress design, the GO Light is the go-to bag for any yogi, anytime, anywhere.
• 28” L x 6” D x 7 ½” T
• Roomy, lined compartment fits yoga mats up to 24” wide
• Adjustable shoulder strap for comfort
• Sturdy side handle for easy portability
• Secure internal pocket for valuables
• Designed for weather and water resistance
• Made from bluesign approved nylon
Spot clean as needed using mild household detergents
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1 Customer Review
This bag is well named-- the GO LIGHT is practically weightless making it easy to tote around. The zipper is nice and sturdy and the inside mini pocket a great addition. The strap lies flat against the body so comfy for walking to class with.
CAVEAT: If you have the pro mat and have a practice that uses a towel (e.g ashtanga, another vinyasa style, or hot practice) I would suggest springing for one of the larger bags.