7 Yoga Mats Our Editors Are Using for Their At-Home Workouts

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Allure's assistant beauty editor Kat Suico swears by Repose Eco-Friendly Yoga Mat, as it features a non-slip surface made of natural rubber padding that gets her through even the hottest of workouts.

Sweaty Betty's Eco Yoga Mat actually features not one but two layers of non-slip fabric, which gives it a better grip than some other mats on the market.

You don't have to be a die-hard Yogi to get great use out of a yoga mat — and while many of us are stuck at home and unable to attend fitness classes for the unforeseeable future as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, it's an especially good time to have one in your arsenal.

There are extra-thick mats that are ideal for anyone with knee issues, ones with mega grip that come in handy during super-sweaty workouts like hot yoga, and ultra-long mats for taller folks.

You can use yoga mats for a wide range of floor-based activities, such as stretching, ab workouts, pilates, and of course, yoga, to support your body and make your workouts more comfortable.

Lululemon's The Reversible (Un) Mat Lightweight was designed with on-the-go folks and frequent travelers in mind because it's so featherlight, but it's also an amazing option for petite people and teens or kids as it's a little shorter, as well as for anyone who isn't into a super-cushiony feel.

People love it because it's extra cushiony and comes in two sizes — standard and tall — and because it's made of high-quality material that won't peel, flake, or fade no matter how much you use it.

Manduka's Prolite Yoga Mat comes in an array of fun colors like bright blue (pictured above), millennial pink, forest green, purple, and more.

Without further ado, find seven multi-functional yoga mats that will make your at-home workouts so much better during this time.

Of course, there is a seemingly infinite array of yoga mats on the market these days, so we went ahead and compiled the best of the best to take any guesswork out of the equation for you guys.

Some of our editors with back or knee problems say they find relief when using Gaiam's Thick Yoga Mat, as it provides added support and an ultra-cushiony feel.

What's more, its fabric features what's known as "closed-cell construction," a technology that works to wick away germs, odor, and bacteria. (We would still recommend always wiping your mat down after using it, but this is a nice feature nonetheless.

The neon yellow carry strap is an added bonus, as its embroidered fabric that gives it extra grip. © 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.

Additionally, its fabric features an ultra-absorbent top layer made of polyurethane that prevents excess moisture from forming on the mat.

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