Road Shower Road Shower 4S

Road Shower Road Shower 4S
Road Shower Road Shower 4S
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4S by Road Shower
The Road Shower 4S is constructed from powder-coated aluminum, which absorbs radiant heat from the sun to warm the water inside--in addition to being lightweight and durable. It holds four gallons, which is enough for two relatively quick hot or cold showers. When you don't need a shower, use the pressurized stream to rinse your gear, clean your dog, or to refill your water bottle--the 4S has a wide variety of flow rates to make all of these comfortable.

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