Keeping your car seats dry after a long run is no sweat

img_9250You just worked you butt off on a long run. Or you just finished a grueling speed workout at the track. You’re dripping sweat – soaked head to toe. And, you have to get into your vehicle to drive home.

What happens next? You have to take cover between car doors to change your shorts, or you just sit down only to get your seat wet. It soaks in all the grime and then your vehicle smells. And, if you have to drive somewhere later in the day, chances are you’re getting a wet mark on your butt because your seat hasn’t dried yet.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

That’s where Orange Mud – a company founded by a runner – comes in with its Transition and Seat Wrap Version 2.0. From its humble beginnings of manufacturing and selling hydration packs, Orange Mud has expanded to make the most efficient and well-crafted gear for runners, bikers, swimmers, you name it. And, that is exactly what you get with the Transition and Seat Wrap Version 2.0.

img_8867.jpgMade with plush microfiber the Orange Mud Transition Towel is everything you need when you’re dripping sweat after a workout. The towel is large, able to easily handle my 6’3”, 230 pound frame, and is also kid approved. An adjustable belt and clip allow you to put the wrap around your waist so you can change your shorts without showing yourself to the world. And, there is a zipper that allows you to hang the Transition Wrap on your head rest as it covers your seat protecting it from your sweat and grime. The Transition Wrap Version 2.0 also comes in a variety of colors to match your style or your vehicle.

You ready to try out the Orange Mud Transition and Seat Wrap Version 2.0 for yourself? Use code OMTRX and get 15% your entire Orange Mud order for a limited time.

Disclaimer: I received an Orange Mud Transition and Seat Wrap to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find and write race reviews!

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