Camping on a sandy beach has its advantages, but sand can wreak havoc on gear and has a way of getting into just about everything. Having spent a good amount of time camping on beaches during river trips and multi-day sea kayaking adventures, NRS took its experience to develop its CGear Sand-Free MultiMat mat, which will provide a sand- and dirt-free place for you to cook, store gear, and just relax. The dual-layer design of the mat puts a ripstop mesh material along the top of the mat, which actually allows dirt, sand, and micro trash to pass through the material, but will not let it move back above the mesh or below the second layer, leaving the top of the mat free of dirt and sand. Eight metal D-rings allow the mat to be securely staked to the ground, while the rugged construction ensure the mat withstands season after season of use.
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