Parks Project Yosemite Map Bandana

Parks Project Yosemite Map Bandana
Parks Project Yosemite Map Bandana
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Yosemite Map Bandana by Parks Project
What better to have around your neck when you're taking in the grandeur of Half Dome or staring in awe at El Capitan than the Parks Project Yosemite Map Bandana' Besides keeping you dry and comfy with its moisture-wicking fabric, it can also be used as a cleaning cloth, towel, or even an actual map. Best of all, proceeds from the sale of this bandana go towards restoring the very trails you're trekking along.

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