$16.95 - $42.95
The Tek Towel is the most luxurious feeling micro-fiber towel on the market. Super absorbent and quick drying, this towel is ideal for all outdoor activities like traveling, camping, boating, taking to the gym, pool or beach or drying the dogs off after a swim. Comes in a handy mesh/nylon zippered pouch
$14.95 - $39.95
The DryLite Towel™ is the perfect travel towel: it's soft, compact and quick drying. Available with an silver antibacterial treatment that impedes the growth of bacteria and other microbial life without the use of ‘nano' particles. The result is a towel that doesn't smell or transmit unwelcome germs. It stays fresher for longer, dries you off then dries itself quickly and packs down small and light
No one has done more to bring New Brunswick’s waterfalls to popular attention than Nicholas Guitard. He has sought out and documented hundreds of waterfalls, first on his website and then in a bestselling trail guide. Now ten years after the publication of the first edition, Guitard has a newly updated guide. From well-known favourites like Hays Falls and the "Grand Canyon of New Brunswick" at Walton Glen Gorge to previously unpublished waterfalls like Cigar Falls in Dalhousie, the second edition of Waterfalls of New Brunswick features 60 new waterfalls — all with full-colour maps and Guitard’s sumptuous photographs. You’ll want to get out and explore!
The Matador Mini Pocket Blanket is a pocket-sized seating surface for 1-2 people. Great for hikes, parks, beaches, and festivals. Water resistant Seats 1-2 adults Packable—packs into its own pocket Paracord hang loop
Trek and Travel™ Pocket Soaps™ contain 50 leaves of pure, dry soap so there's no risk of leakage in your luggage or pack and no risk of having it confiscated by airport security. The easy-to-ration leaves mean you'll have plenty of soap to last your entire trip. Handy for travel or camping because they're lightweight and compact. They're also biodegradable so they won't harm the environment when used in accordance with Leave No Trace principles.
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