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Lightload Towels X Strong 3 Pack 12x24 In .5oz Quick Dry Superabsorbent

Lightload Towels

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2.08 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 vacuum sealed cube the size of a checkerboard square, great for saving space and weight. Add water to the cube then behold, they unfold to a normal size hand towel. 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 static electricity insulation, tinder, padding, a mask and more. The 12x24 inch towels are very durable and come in a three pack and weigh .5oz: great add-ons to survival bags and first aid kits.

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  • 5
    Excellent travel towels!

    Posted by crengueton on 11th Jun 2018

    May 19, 2017 Perfect for traveling to Europe! Can be a small towel and/or washcloth, dries quickly, and can be reused a few times if careful! I took 3 of these for a 2-week trip (in one small carry-on bag) and used each one for about 4-5 days as a washcloth, and had to use one for a towel in a pinch - they wring out almost dry and weigh next-to-nothing. So handy! Great value!

  • 5
    love the small foot print in my carry bag and ...

    Posted by Danny S. Loveon on 11th Jun 2018

    April 24, 2018 I love the small foot print in my carry bag and the size and durablilty after you use it. I have only had to expand one so far and quality was good as expected and I have the other two in my carry bags and First aid bag.

  • 5
    Great to drop in your Camelbak for a good bike ride.

    Posted by Jay Bird on 11th Jun 2018

    August 1, 2017 Great "little" towels. I carry these in my CamelBak for mountain bike rides and they work very well. I use these mainly in an "emergency" situation where I may finish a ride and have mud all over my face or if I really just need to put cool water on my face after a ride on a hot day. Since these are reusable I will put them on a hanger to dry and take them with me on another ride. Even without being re compressed they don't take up much space. They are small and light enough to toss a couple into my pack in case someone I'm riding with needs a towel as well.

  • 5
    Tough, light, compact, and absorbent

    Posted by Adam E on 11th Jun 2018

    March 14, 2017 These are now my go-to towel for my ultralight backpacking kit. These extra strength towels are superior to the standard version, being just as soft, pliable and absorbent as the standards while adding some longevity to their use. I use 2 of these on my backpacking trips - 1 for wiping sweat from my face and for washing myself, and the other for my cooking pot and food cleanup. The standard towels wore through in 2 full days of use, but I can get up to 4 days use from these extra strength towels. They are so small and light when packaged that you will always have space for one of these in your pack. I also threw a couple of them in my truck glove box. I'll always have a way to clean up spills, or use them as a grease rag for my hands for those unforeseen side of the road repairs. Very handy.