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Sports Product Review-Lightload Towels

Dec 18 – The Magic Towel

ultralight_towels.jpgHikers, campers, beach-goers, golfers—anyone who works or plays outdoors—do yourself a favor and stock up on a couple handfuls of Lightload Towels, ( About the circumference of a silver dollar, I had to admit I was a little baffled when I unwrapped it from its waterproof packaging. “This is a towel?” I thought. Then, as I drizzled a little water over it, a metamorphosis took place. What had originally felt like a wooden checker began to expand and grow before my eyes. In a few moments I was holding a full-sized hand towel with a plethora of uses. (Suggested use: there should be 4-5 of these in every first-aid kit). Hand towel not big enough? They make beach towels that begin about the size of a hockey puck too. Lightload touts its towels as being biodegradable and more absorbent than cotton towels, and they’re very affordable. But regardless of the many ways you’ll put the towels to use, you may want to get one just for the “Whoa!” you’ll get from your kids when they see you drop one in a glass of water.SOURCE: Lightload Towels
Posted on Monday, December 18, 2006 at 07:00AM by Registered CommenterBrian Gotta in | CommentsPost a Comment | EmailEmail

Lightload Towels to Foothills Trail Conference

Thanks for the donation of 50 packages of three Lightload Towels. We
will be giving these out at our annual meeting November 6, 2004. The
newsletter out the first of the year will have a thank you with your
company named sent to the entire membership – about 450 members.
Our Sincere thanks,

Foothills Trail Conference

lightload Towels for the Mexican beaches

“Getting ready to take a trip to Mexico and beach towels take up so much room…Love the idea of the compact towel that I can pack to take with me but at the same time it is biodegradable so I can just throw it away before I come home..”. Josie 

Was Given a Lightload Towel Three Pack

“was given 3-pack a couple of years ago as a stocking stuffer gift  from my father-in-law (I suspect he found them at BackpackingLight or REI) and I’ve since picked up another 3-pack with nearly every REI order. I’ve found them to be useful in a wide range of activities first aid   kit, survival kit, backpacking and camping. Of course, their packability can’t be matched – a huge perk for those of us crammed into small quarters in NYC. I decided that this year, I would add. them to reusable bags as my stocking stuffer gifts – and have a supply left over for me. Thanks”Mike