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Frogg toggs Chilly Pad Cooling Towel, 27"x17", Lime
Frogg toggs Chilly Pad Cooling Towel, 27"x17", Lime  Stock Photos - pictures may not match the actual item. Please refer to product description
FTogg Chilly Pad Towel LimeGrn

Cooling towel retains water while remaining dry to the touch. When wet, the towel becomes cooler than the outside air, thereby providing cooling relief to the user. When it stops cooling between 1-4 hours depending on conditions, you re-wet the towel in hot or cold water and wring it out. Within minutes it is cool again. Machine washable.
  • Size: 27"x17"
  • Color: Lime

    The Chilly Pad is made from a new hyper-evaporative material that retains water while remaining dry to the touch. When it stops cooling (between 1-4 hours depending on conditions)
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    SKU 40044
    Quantity in stock 30 item(s) available
    Price: $9.24

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