Choose your peak with the SoftFibre Ordnance Survey travel towel which is the original and our most popular travel towel - it’s a great all-rounder. Super soft and lightweight, it absorbs 9 times its own weight in water and dries 8 times faster than a conventional towel. The towel is an ideal travel companion, no matter how far your adventure takes you.
Available in prints of Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon.
CUSTOMER REVIEWS FOR SoftFibre Ordnance Survey Travel Towel
November 23, 2017
Purchased for a sailing friend who is delighted with it. Delivered promptly. Will buy more for other friends (and maybe myself)
September 13, 2017
Bought as unusual pressie for adventurous, outdoor camping woman. Great gift. Practical, ergonomic and quirky. Really pleased.
September 09, 2017
Excellent! Very absorbent, so it dries you well. Also quickly dries itself. Is light and takes up very little room. Have bought one for my daughter who travels a lot - and loves maps!
September 22, 2017
After walking up Ben Nevis this is a cool present to have as a reminder also very usable.
February 13, 2018
Fabulous towel. Bought as a present then had to buy one for myself. Brilliant customer service when the carrier lost the original package. Thanks!
September 25, 2017
Bought as a gift for a friend about to hike up Ben Nevis - she took it with her and loved it!
November 17, 2017
The towel is everything I expected and was delivered in the specified time frame with no hassle
September 16, 2017
I love these giant size towels for camping and kitesurfing! They are much more interesting than a plain towel, remind me of places I have walked and backpacked, and importantly light weight and dry fast. I have the whole set now. Being a watersports fanatic too it would be so nice to see a similar nautical version with a marine chart.
December 07, 2017
Bought for a christmas present.
January 18, 2018
Bought as a requested Xmas present, not to use, just to hang! So can't tell you how absorbent it is (or not) but he is delighted with the map - just need something to hang it with - any suggestions?