Yoga & Studio Gear



Outfit for the Studio: Shop Yoga Clothes & Studio Gear

Step into the studio with the right apparel. Shop yoga gear and clothes for the fit and feel you need for your practice.

Keep focused on the mat in yoga clothes from brands like Calia crafted for a soft, lightweight and breathable feel. Beginners and experienced yogis alike perfect their asanas in stretchable yoga pants, flowing tops and sleek tanks. Warm up with yoga jackets, hoods and shrugs and experience free movement with yoga shorts that deliver a second-skin fit. Yoga bras are built with the precise level of support you need for training.

From the right pair of yoga socks to yoga accessories, like yoga mats, towels and yoga bags and yoga straps for easy transportation, find what you need at DICK'S Sporting Goods. Shop popular yoga brands, including Under Armour®, STOTT Pilates®, Gaiam®, lucy® and prAna®.

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Your yoga clothing should be designed with air-light, soft-to-the-touch fabrics that let you move, bend and stretch without restriction. Think cotton, spandex and more—fabrics designed to feel light and gently wick moisture from your skin to keep you feeling fresh.

Seamless body construction on your yoga clothes prevents uncomfortable chafing and irritation. Smooth, four-way stretch fabrication in your yoga shirt, jacket and bottoms helps you maintain a full range of motion. Women's yoga shorts and women's yoga pants designed with a wide, flat waistband deliver a seamless silhouette, while a strut gusset lets you bend and move with confidence.

Layer with zip-up yoga jackets, long-sleeve shirts and yoga pants that transition with you from your session to a lunch outing with friends. Look for clothes designed with small stash pockets for carrying along small essentials like your keys and cell phone.

Never overlook the importance of your yoga mat. Think about the thickness of this yoga essential: Yoga mats that are too thick lead to instability as you pose, while a mat that's too thin can leave you uncomfortable post-workout. A variety of different materials are used in the construction of yoga mats, including natural rubbers, jute, foam, PVC and microfibers. Look for a mat with a tacky, textured surface for traction.

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