towel help

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  1. Larrysümmers

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    aright so i found this online and i guess it is a towel that you keep in cold water and on changeovers or whatever you take it out and it is cold but it isnt went? does this ring a bell? if so what is it called and does anyone have reviews on how they like it?
    thanks a lot :)
     
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  2. surfsb

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    Not seeing any links or pics
     
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  3. Larrysümmers

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    its really bugging me because im not sure where i read about it and just today i was playing and thinking hmm that would come in handy today.
     
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    Frog Tog.....

    Don't keep it in the tube wet when not in use.... it will mold.
     
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    bingo that was what i was thinking of thanks rich :)
     
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    You are talking about the Chilly Pad made by Frogg Toggs.

    Irvin
     
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    My wife and I do the same thing with facecloths for soccer games. Wet them, put them in a ziplock bag, and put the bag in the cooler with ice and drinks.

    When you want the cold cloth, take it out and put it on your face, neck, whatever. It'll be wet, but this is usually a good thing.

    I can only imagine the Frog Tog / Chamois thing would be even better.
     
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    Wife and I may need to invest in this item (summers are hot in central NC)... I know my local stringer carries this item and can't keep them on the shelves. They go pretty fast. I just never took the time the look at them.
     
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