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UNIQUE WAYS TO USE YOUR MICROFIBER TOWEL

We've already talked about why microfiber towels are amazing for travelers. They're easy, efficient, useful, and, above all else, affordable. Regardless if you're actually traveling or not, we still think the world of these awesome little accessories and would recommend them to anyone.Microfiber Towel uses

But have you taken the time to actually consider how much you can use these travel towels? Sure, they can clean up messes like no other and are great for drying off after swimming, showering, or sweating. Trust me when I say that these are only the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

You can use a microfiber towel for a myriad of scenarios! As an experienced backcountry hiker and oft-broke backpacker, I have come up with some pretty crazy uses for my own towel.

We are going to present to you 40 different ways you can use your microfiber cloth. Cleaning, detailing, make believin; you're about to bombarded with a ton of unique ideas.

So take a moment and check out our suggestions You may find them useful, you may just find them entertaining; either way, it'll be time well spent.Wet boots are seriously the worst on a hike. Nothing irks me more than walking for miles while my feet go squish every time I take a step.
Smart hikers take off their boots before crossing rivers. Having a good quick dry towel with you will help you dry your feet off quickly, so you can get on with the trek.

2. YOU NEED A QUICKER WAY OF DRYING OUT YOUR BOOTS

Say you’re one of those dinguses who decides to wade through knee-high water in their boots, like they’re in Platoon or something. Way to go, Charlie Sheen - now you get to look forward to soggy socks for the rest of the trip.
If you do happen to get your boots wet, swallow your pride and dry them out. Stick your quick drying towels in them suckers and pray that expensive Gore-Tex kept most of the water out.

3. YOU NEED A HEADSCARF

I usually pack a kaffir with me wherever I go, because they’re pretty damn useful. I remember one time though where I forgot my kaffir - it was a noteworthy event because I happened to be in the worst possible place to be without one, the Jordanian Desert. Smooth move, I know.
Luckily, I happened to have my travel towel with me. Couple of twists here, a few folds there, and, BOOM, I was able to make myself a headscarf to protect me from the sun. Best idea, ever.



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