Jun 18 2014

Product Review: Shandali Travel Towel

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. 
I was sent this towel to review right after moving to Texas, but I must immediately admit that it spent the first week in a drawer in my kitchen. I was moving stuff in and put it in the drawer to signify “Hey, there’s a towel in here, other towels should go here” and that was that.

Sorry for the blurriness, it’s
hard to take a picture while
peddling a bike.

However, when Nick surprised me over a week ago with free passes to a local fitness center, I was super excited to try out this towel. I slung it over my shoulder and off to the gym we went. During my cardio sessions I had it thrown around my shoulders most of the time, which came in really handy to quickly wipe sweat off my face. I did find that it also stayed really easily on the machine when needed as well. It’s very absorbent and doesn’t feel damp to the touch after being used, which is important to me. I sweat a lot while working out and I don’t like the feeling of wiping my skin with a sweaty cloth. Case in point, the next day, I forgot the towel at home, and after two wipes of my face using the hem of my shirt, I was pretty much not able to wipe off any more sweat.

The small size I got was large enough to fit around my neck and hang down a little. And the loop on the side comes in handy for hanging it to dry. It’s great for use in the gym, at home exercise, while gardening on a hot, humid day in the Texas heat, as well as just for using to dry your hands because you forgot to stock the half bath with hand towels.

I definitely recommend this if you sweat, like, ever. Go check it out here, exclusively on Amazon.com.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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