PackTowl Ultralite Towel

Weighs 10g (Small size)
Code: SS16234V
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The Ultralite Towel is now even lighter than before. It's also highly absorbent, extremely fast drying and super compact with a new lightweight pouch. 

Packtowl says:

Whether you’re a backpacker, traveler, or just want to save space and weight on your next adventure, the UltraLite quick-drying towel offers the comfort and performance of a full-sized towel in a remarkably lightweight, packable, and ultrafast-drying package.

When every ounce counts, this ultralight full sized towel is the easy choice for ultralight backpackers, thru-hikers or any minimalist. It weighs a third less than the closest competitor and soaks up 4 times it's weight in water, which can then be wrung out easily to dry. 

This is the new updated version of the Ultralite Towel with new sizes, new colour options and a new lighter weight pouch to store it in.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

  • Ultralight: Even in its largest size, the UltraLite towel barely tips the scales at just 5.1 oz., one third less than the closest competitor.
  • 4x Absorbency: Absorbent microfiber fabric soaks up 4 times its weight in water, which can be wrung out easily.
  • Ultrafast-drying: Dries 80% faster than cotton.
  • Highly packable: Soft fabric packs down tiny when space is at a premium.
  • Hang loop and zippered storage pouch included for easy drying and packing.
  • Face (Small): weighs 10g, dimensions 25 x 35cm
  • Hand (Large): weighs 42g, dimensions 42 x 92cm
  • Body (XLarge): weighs 92g, dimensions 64 x 137cm
  • Beach (XXLarge): weighs 140g, dimensions 91 x 150cm
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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
October 7, 2018 | Felix Little
what more could you want of a towel?

When I first received this I was instantly sceptical, I held it up to the light and could pretty much see through parts of it, whilst handling it I thought I'd accidentally rip it, and foresaw that it would definitely fall apart not long into my travels. That was nearly a year ago and I now use this at home or away, near daily. Sure it's not scrumptiously soft but does it need to be? It absorbs water better than any microfibre towel I've come across and dries in a next to no time, especially if you whip it like dusting a carpet and give it a good wringing out - it's not the largest, the XXL (beach towel) version will cover your waist wrapped or your front unfolded, but it rolls up smaller than the size of a 330ml can. I've used it to wash boots, including the soles, I've used it as an extra layer in a bivy, folded as a pillow, to dry pots and pans, it's superb, genuinely surprised at how sturdy it actually is (and how much I've come to love a towel...) - essential carry for me.

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