Lightload Towels are now available through Get outdoors With Anitra http://www.anitrakass.com. The great blog site offers articles and advice on wildflowers, backpacking, books and gear.
Anitra the brainchild behind the site is a long distance triple crown hiker. She hiked the three major long distance hiking trails the Continental Divide, Appalachian Trail and Pacific Crest. She is one of the few people in the world to have done that.
Lightload Towels is the only towel that is a survival tool. Use it as insulation in cold weather, a fire starter, first aid supplement and much more. It packs down to the size of a silver dollar and can be stored in it’s package for an entire 2000 plus mile hike. It’s great as a Pacific Crest Trail addition to gear, Appalachian Trail lite backpacking supply or Continental Divide hiking accessory. It works for short section hikes too.
Ultralight Designs an Ultralight backpacking site with all the equipment, tips and techniques for lightweight and ultralight backpackers sells the lightload Towels. Lightload Towels are as light and compact as you can get with a towel. Weighing in at .6 oz these reusable towels can be used so many ways. One favorite is to wear around the neck or hands to keep warm in cold conditions. The wicking power is superb and does insulate the user.
Ultralight Designs also has stoves, food, shelter, sleeping, packing and emergency gear.
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You hope abandoning ship never happens. If it ever does you need to be prepared and having the right emergency gear in your flee bag can mean the difference between life and death. Items like line and hooks, inflatable vests, food, flares and lights are always good but also now experts are saying the lightload Towels are abandon ship bag worthy.
linda reviews the Lightload Towels in the latest issue of Rhode Island Roads Magazine and writes, “I would highly recommend these towels to anyone who has a need for a towel “just in case” but has no space to keep it handy. It’s resonable price and bio-degradability earn it a “Golden Star” award in my book!”
About the author, Linda Eagleson:
“Linda Eagleson has been a writer for as long as she can remember. She has been published in local papers, anthologies, and columns, and participates in poetry slams throughout the state. “
Australia’s Marinas Guide details essential information, offers maps and must haves for anyone that spends time on the water. Fiona Harper a key contributer to the guide reviews the Lightload Towels http://www.marinasguide.com.au/planner/lightload.htm. She writes”It’s an ideal size to throw into your shore kit when you jump in the dinghy.” She also mentions the great emergency uses. “it can also be used as a bandage, a wind scarf, water filter, sunscreen and a bug repellant.”