Kula Cloth Antimicrobial Pee Cloth
This one's for the ladies! The Kula Cloth looks like a potholder, and indeed has highly absorptive powers, but in this case the camping and hiking companion isn't sucking up heat, it's sucking up pee. The Kula Cloth is an antimicrobial companion ladies can use to wipe themselves dry and tidy when they're basking in the beauty of nature and another nature starts to call.
Yes, in simplest terms the Kula Cloth is a pee cloth. But its female designers say they've created an elevated version of the traditional bandana or scrap of fabric that turns the Kula into "an extremely intentional piece of gear." One that looks and packs nice, has antimicrobial properties that keep it from reeking after you use it, and maintains the responsible outdoor enthusiast's standard of leave no trace.
Kula Cloths come with your choice of a handful of prints on their "show" side, whose surface is also waterproof so your hand won't get wet during use. The other side is plain black, made with soft fabric able to absorb 10 times its weight in water, and infused with silver to give it antimicrobial properties. Plastic snaps enable attachment to pack, with double snaps giving you option to clip it on while folded in half, so the usable side doesn't get dirty on the trail, and / or the used side doesn't touch your stuff.
Kula Cloths are washable and reusable, with dimensions of 6" x 6" and a 0.5 ounce weight.