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TravelLite™ Towel L 

$20.00   Item # EC-41256
Introducing TravelLite Towels. Ultra-light, ultra-absorbent, and easily compressible in its own compact mesh stuff sac.
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Product Features

  • Ultra light
  • Super soft, absorbent, quick drying fabric
  • Easily compressible in compact travel pouch
  • Lifetime Warranty
Product Specs
4 oz | 113 g
19.5 x 39 in | 50 x 100 cm


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Eagle Creek TravelLite™ Towel L

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By Trip

from Nevada

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  • Compact
  • Durable


    Best Uses

    • World Class Drum Corps

    Comments about Eagle Creek TravelLite™ Towel L:

    These towels are fantastic for our daughters who are in drum corps and on the road for nearly 3 months living on gym floors and charter buses. Because they carry what they bring, it is very helpful that the towels are compact, dry quick, and are lightweight. We would like to see other colors; however, we are grateful they have them at all. Thank you.

    • Was this a gift?:
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    (11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)



    By Gary

    from Placerville, CA, United States

    Comments about Eagle Creek TravelLite™ Towel L:

    These towels are far superior to any other travel towels I've used, and they outperform the heavy, expensive cotton terry cloth towels I've used as well.
    The Eagle Creek towels are far lighter, far thirstier, dry *WAY* faster, and they don't leave any lint at all. Granted, they don't have the thick, plush feel of the cotton towels, but I'll gladly give that up for the superior drying performance.And it's not just a "guy thing" -- my wife was sold on them from the first use (drying after a shower), and now she wants another for drying her hair as well.
    I got mine for about 30% off on a closeout, and I'm now ordering several more at almost full MSRP for general home use.They're expensive, but worth it in my opinion.
    However, if you're backpacking and concerned with keeping weight to an absolute minimum, you'd probably prefer the thinner "chamois-type" fabric of the others, as these have a terry cloth texture and are somewhat heavier.However, their drying performance is hands down better than the chamois-style travel towels I've got (MSR & REI).

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