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Lightload Towels 3 Pack 12x24" .5oz

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$8.95
SKU:
three Pack round
UPC:
856147000027
Weight:
2.88 Ounces
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Product Overview

 Wow! That’s a towel? You got to be kidding me. It’s so compact. Yes, it’s a full-size hand towel compressed to the size of a silver dollar, great for space and weight saving. Add water to the towel then behold, it unfolds too full-size. They absorb like a sponge about nine times it’s weight and quick dries. The towels are also good for cooling and insulation. Lightload Towels can also be used as first aid, static electricity insulation, tinder, padding, a mask and more. The packaging is 100 % waterproof. These 12x24 inch towels weigh .5oz: great add-ons to survival bags, emergency kits, prepper gear, backpacks, and travel luggage.

 

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  • 5
    Light weight towels

    Posted by David Nighteagle on 1st Dec 2018

    They look so small when they arrive which is perfect for what I want them for but when you open them up they are perfect.

  • 5
    .. had stashed these in my truck and they work like a champ save the day thank you light

    Posted by wetdog on 14th May 2018

    I was surfing with my girlfriend at a kind of a remote place and of course we brought everything but towels but I remembered I had stashed these in my truck and they work like a champ save the day thank you light load

  • 5
    Perfect for backpacking

    Posted by Syau on 27th Apr 2018

    I love these for backpacking. They are super small and light, as the name implies. Taking a sponge bath with one of these after a strenuous hike is a morale booster. Plus your tent mate will thank you.

  • 5
    I was not expecting these to be as good as they actually are

    Posted by darthkitsu on 5th Sep 2017

    I was not expecting these to be as good as they actually are. I took a shower and was able to dry myself and my long hair with just 2. Once they've been wet they're actually really soft. They dry fast and stay light & packable.

  • 5
    So versatile!

    Posted by Global Traveler on 18th Jul 2017

    Own different sizes of these. Take them on every trip and use them every time for one reason or another. Washing dishes, dusting or cleaning shoes etc. Wouldn't be without these.

  • 5
    Excellent product for hiking!

    Posted by customer on 23rd May 2017

    I am so glad I found this product. I was planning a 5 week hiking trip and was concerned about having to pack towels and how much space they would take up and how much they would weigh. I found this product and it solved my issue. This are completely light weigh, take up very little space and they work REALLY WELL. They are sturdy, absorb water well and can dry very quickly. This was one of the best products I took with me on my trip and I’m definitely going to buy them in the future.

  • 5
    They are great. Never seen anything like this before

    Posted by Darla Rae Ketcham on 24th Feb 2017

    They are great. Never seen anything like this before. Service was prompt too. Thank you.

  • 5
    Happily added to my back pack...great item

    Posted by Pocono Bob on 12th Oct 2015

    The Lightload Towels are just that....light and compact. I have bought a two packs and now plan to buy more. I activated one to see how it evolves from a very portable, light weight towel and am impressed with the 12' x 24' size and quality. It is similar to a handi-wipe. This has some great qualities other then its large size, terrific absorbency and light weight. This is a great back pack, bug out bag item. It is orange which could be used for an emergency flag if stranded or lost. For a back pack item, this could be used for many activities such as bathing, cleaning, towel, used to obtain water from morning dew on plants, a preliminary water filter, tourniquet on arm, fire starter. Definitely a good survival tool. I plan on putting two in each of my back packs and some in my car. I gave one to my bother who back packs often and he was very excited about the item...size, weight and many usages.