Trail Hankie

If you’ve ever wanted to clean the dishes, wipe your brow or finish up a splint with your trail map, you’re in luck. And if you’ve ever wished that the bandana that was keeping the hair out of your eyes could help identify trees, stars and hiking safety tips, you, my friend, have found your match. Meet the Trail Hankie.

While most of their hiking, river and lake maps are from places in the south and midwest that I’ve never visited, it doesn’t matter much. Trail Hankies bandanas are a damn fine alternative to the classic design, and if you don’t want a map of Devil’s Den State Park to adorn your neck, Hiker Hank has general use prints of stars, trees, knots, tracks and trail maintenance that you should probably own.


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3 Responses to Trail Hankie

  1. poppy August 22, 2010 at 7:19 am #

    Surprisingly these bandana maps are pretty darn accurate!

  2. twoeightnine September 2, 2010 at 9:05 am #

    I’d love to see these for the National Parks.

  3. Philip December 28, 2012 at 11:59 pm #

    There are some national parks that have them. The ones that Ive seen are lower quality screen printed ones though. Ones that I wouldnt want to wrap around my sweating neck.

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