Obstacle Mud Runner - issue 21

3816 IMHOdryrobe... REVIEW : IMHO dryrobe Changing robe. This product is one of the most versatile ‘all year round’ pieces of kit. Mine lives mainly in my car so when I’ve misjudged the weather on a dog walk, there it is. It gets slung on so I can change after paddleboarding. It 100% comes on our annual camping trip and late afternoons at the beach and of course it has its place at Obstacle Course Races. It has been worn by each family member and quite a few friends too at some point or another. I love how dryrobe constantly evolve and introduce new colour combo’s and how it’s definitely not just for OCR. Available in kid’s sizes too. Check out the new colours at https://dryrobe.com Organic Towel dryrobe. It’s a towel poncho. Made from organic cotton it feels super-soft. The poncho design means it’s a quick slip over the head and you’re covered. No more trying to hold your towel in your teeth whilst awkwardly getting in or out of your clothes/swimsuit/wetsuit without showing the bits you’d rather you didn’t. Available in kid’s sizes too. Take a closer look >> Dryrobe Eco Compression Backpack. This bag is the bag you didn’t realise you needed! It can EASILY pack any dryrobe for starters. Or, as it is so versatile you can use it for your many adventures. It has a 33L capacity, is water repellent (even the zips are protected.) It has a chest strap to support the weight if you’re carrying a full load. (Up to 20kg) Or if you just love how stylish it looks and want to use it for something less muddy, it has an internal laptop sleeve, is extremely lightweight at just 1.1kg and is also coincidentally within the allowed dimensions for a cabin bag if you’re flying. See for yourself.. they’ve covered everything! Dryrobe x Bullfrog Water Bottle. This co-branded water bottle made with 18/8 stainless steel comes in a stylish matt black colour and compliments the dryrobe brand perfectly. Its double walled vacuum insulated sides are designed for hot and cold, depending on your needs. It will keep your cold liquids cold for up to 24 hours and your hot drinks hot for up to 12 and the leakproof lid means you can confidently pack it and relax. Get yours here! dryrobe Change mat. Do I really need one? Well, I’d never had one until recently. I had always either stood in the mud or on a plastic bag. However, after using the change mat, I’ll never pack a kitbag again without it. It draws moisture away from the skin so rather than trying to awkwardly stand on one leg whilst drying the feet without touching down so you don’t get wet again, all you have to do is stand on the mat as you would to get changed normally and by the time you come to put your shoes on, your feet are already dry. It’s a super addition for any adventurer. Yes, I do need one >> (in my honest opinion)