Recycled Yoga Bag

Recycled Yoga Bag

Hey there, yoga diva. Remember when Christy Turlington started her yoga line, but the offerings seemed just a little to expensive to really justify to your chi? Now you can carry your mat in this Fair-Trade certified recycled yoga bag, made in the South of Asia from hand-dyed feed and rice bags. Help support the global community while toting your yoga goods in style, or use them for a towel and lotion at the pool. They're durable and unique- no two are alike! Start going green one bit at a time, and the inner peace will find you!

  • These bags are made from 100% recycled rice & feed bags originally used for transporting various goods in Asia. They're super durable, and come in a variety of beautful colors. Perfect for everyday shopping!

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