Product Review: prAna Eco Friendly Men’s Clothing & Yoga Mat ~ w/video via Jayson Gaddis.

Via on Feb 2, 2009

Prana is a killer clothing company committed to expanding sustainable practices and products. Check out this short video where I review a few of their Men’s clothing products—shorts (love), pants (love), tee-shirts (not so much), and an eco Yoga Mat (love). Don’t worry, you won’t have to watch me do too much yoga!

If the video doesn’t pop up, you can watch it here.

About Jayson Gaddis

Jayson Gaddis, is a relationship specialist using the vehicle of his marriage and kids to wake up and live an empowered life. He’s on the planet to help people learn and master intimacy and relationship. He’s a husband and part-time stay-at-home Dad getting schooled by his two cosmic kids. Jayson is the host of Empowering Relationships TV and writes his own highly personal blog, and has also written for Integral Life, The Jungle of Life, Primer Magazine, Recovering Yogi, The Good Men Project. You can find him here: Jayson Gaddis or Fulfilling Marriage.

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  2. Karyn says:

    Ahh but look at the label young grasshopper and where is all of it made?

  3. Lindsey Wolf lindsey says:

    Jayson, excellent work with this review! And I can never find pants long enough for me either… good to know.

  4. Rich says:

    i like prana clothes, but their mats are not worth the price. I use TPE mats now. The are eco friendly and are fully functional and Light, did I say light. I bought 2 last week from a company called Kulae, great mat and great price. Anybody else buy one? I am curious to hear about their experience.

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