The Best Yoga Gear of 2022

Embrace the heat and take your practice deeper

Photo: Inga Hendrickson

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Yeti Rambler 36 oz Bottle with Chug Cap and Rambler Bottle Sling ($50 and $40)

Yeti Rambler 36 oz Bottle with Chug Cap and Rambler Bottle Sling
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Proper hydration is key to achieving that deep release. The Rambler’s narrow chug cap is perfect for getting a quick, slosh-free sip of water in the middle of a session, and it screws off to reveal a wide mouth for easy cleaning. Pair it with the Bottle Sling and put an end to awkwardly juggling your stuff in and out of the studio. It even has a pocket for your class pass.


Jungmaven Jung Tee ($50)

Jungmaven Jung Tee
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Sometimes a highly technical top feels antithetical to yoga’s simplistic spirit. The Jung’s five-ounce hemp-cotton material is similar to your favorite worn-in natural-fiber tee—more comfortable than something you’d wear while running. It stays cool and breezy during hot sessions and doesn’t stink afterward the way synthetics do. (XS–XXL)

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Prana Becksa Tank and Becksa 7/8 Leggings ($69 and $89)

Prana Becksa Tank and Becksa 7/8 Leggings
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This set is built to handle serious flow: the tank features a shelf bra for support, and the leggings have a belly-button-grazing rise that stays put. Side pockets stash your valuables before and after class. We love Prana’s recycled-polyester compression-rib fabric for its smooth, supportive feel, Bluesign eco certification, and UPF 50-plus sun protection. (XS–XL / plus sizes XL–3X)


Vuori Kore Men’s Short ($68)

Vuori Kore Men’s Short
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These shorts were so comfy that our tester didn’t want to take them off after his mat session. He loved the 7.5-inch length, which provides mobility and coverage during deep lunges, and the boxer-brief liner, which gives support and security during malasana and inversions. (XS–XXL)

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Lolë Pose 2-in-1 mat ($40)

Lolë Pose 2-in-1 mat
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The right surface makes all the difference between stumbling and soaring during your practice. The five-millimeter closed-cell foam in this Lolë mat provides a springy cushion and exceptional grip without tripping you up when you’re pivoting between warriors. As a bonus, it comes with an elastic carry strap that doubles as a stretching band to really get into those final floor poses.

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