Manduka Yoga block recycled foam - 23 x 15 x 10 cm

Code: 451012032

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Recycled yoga block from Manduka is here to take yoga poses a step further. Contains between 50% - 75% of recycled EVA foam. Provide firm support and comfortable grip.

Detailed information

Color: Midnight
On request 1 - 2 weeks* | 451012032
Color: Clay
Temporarily sold out | 840104807019
Color: Surf blue
Temporarily sold out | 840104807002

Product detailed description

Recycled yoga block from Manduka is here to take yoga poses a step further. Provide firm support and comfortable grip.

The block is slip resistant with clean radius edges. Manduka redefines conventional standards of quality recycled materials for all blocks. Each block is certified to have between 50% - 75% recycled post-industrial & post-consumer EVA foam in its make-up.


       Size and weight: 0.4 kg; 23 x 15 x 10 cm

  • contains between 50% - 75% recycled EVA.
  • rounded edges provide comfort at each grab.
  • High density, extreme durability and strong support in every position.
  • Soft comfortable grip that does not slip.

edit CARE

Wipe clean with a damp cloth or dampen the cloth with an organic household cleaner such as a 50/50 organic apple cider vinegar & water solution. Keep out of direct sunlight.

Additional parameters

Category: Yoga Cork and EVA Blocks
Warranty: 2 years
Width: 15 cm
Color: pink, blue, Red, Dark blue
Height: 10 cm
Weight: 0.27 kg
Length: 23 cm

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One of the main pillars of Manduka's philosophy is to produce yoga mats, clothing and other yoga props with minimal impact on nature and leaving environmental waste. They have been doing it for nearly 20 years and are the market leader.

The story of Peter Sterios is a remarkable demonstration of how one unobtrusive idea can become a global brand that (without patheticism) helps this world to be a better place.

In 1997 architect Peter became a yogi and designed a simple, elegant black yoga mother whose combination of strength, grip and full support revolutionized the practice of yoga. He wanted to share this amazing product with his yoga teachers, whom he owed for inspiration. He had no idea that his product and idea were so appealing to his teachers, who became his customers, and that the mat would spread all over the world.