Pink Power

Breast Cancer Pink Yoga Mat

In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, when you purchase any of these items a portion of the proceeds will go towards breast cancer research, making them a great buy.

Baden Lexum Comp Volleyball
Proceeds: A portion to benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation
This Baden is a top-of-the-line official game ball decked out in pink to show its support of National Breast Cancer Research Month. The ball is also NFHS approved and comes with a 2-year guarantee.

Plaid Pink Ribbon Socks
Proceeds: A portion to benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation
These fun plaid socks by Red Lion are perfect for volleyball teams looking to show their support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month or simply to add a little color and flair to workouts.

Pink Ribbon Wristbands
Proceeds: A portion to benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation
A pair of one-size fits all wristbands are easy picks for any team or individual to promote Breast Cancer Awareness. Made in the USA.

Breast Cancer Ear Buds
Proceeds: 100 percent of net profits will be donated to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade
These vibrant ear buds feature faux stone accents and the breast cancer ribbon logo. With a 46”-long cord and travel case included, these ear buds are a great way to keep the music pumping during hard workouts while sporting the pink ribbon.

Beautiful Dreamer PJ Pants
Proceeds: 100 percent of net proceeds will be donated to Warriors in Pink
Warriors in Pink is an initiative by Ford to support breast cancer research and with these fun, 100 percent cotton jersey PJ pants you can help their mission. After all, even star athletes need something comfy to slip on at the end of the day.

Pink Ribbon Yoga Mat
Proceeds: For each purchase Gaiam will make a $1 donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
A lightweight yoga mat with a lifetime guarantee and a beautiful pink-inspired design (pictured here). Stay fit. Do Yoga. Support the fight against Breast Cancer.

Originally published in September/October 2012

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