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Retailers' Descriptions

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The PackTowl RobeTowl offers the same quick-drying, ultra-soft performance of a PackTowl towel, but because it doubles as both a towel and a robe, it's the ideal travel accessory. Lightweight and compact enough to travel anywhere, its polyester / nylon mi

- Mountain Gear

The new PackTowl RobeTowl is the ideal solution for packing less but bringing more-with its suberabsorbent material and quick-drying performance, the RobeTowl is the perfect 2-in-1 piece for anything from early-morning swim laps to beach trips to nights at a hostel. Made from the same ultra-soft, quick-drying material as PackTowl Personal towels. Fabric absorbs 4x its weight in water then wrings out to be almost completely dry. Calf-length design with full sleeves and tie at the waist provide the privacy and warmth of a robe. Generous hood is permanently fixed and offers additional warmth. Two deep, "carry-everything" pockets on the front are sized for 1L bottles. Lightweight and compact for easy traveling. Material is antimicrobial and machine-washable. Length: 49 in. (124 cm). Sleeve length: 33 in. (84 cm). Circumference: 62 in. (158 cm). Weighs 20 oz. (577 g)

- EMS

The PackTowl RobeTowl(TM) is a robe and towel in one, offering a great solution for packing less but bringing more to the beach, swimming pool or youth hostel.

- REI

PackTowl RobeTowl

previously retailed for:
$22.98 - $52.47

The PackTowl RobeTowl is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 23, 2018 at Mountain Gear.

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