Tuesday, August 14, 2018

CGear Sandlite Sand-Free Mat Green Triangles &Tote 1 Sand-Free Bag Giveaway Ends 9/5


There is still plenty of beach time left and living in Maryland the Eastern Shore area you can choose to go to many beaches to enjoy the ocean and waves crashing but we all know when at the beach you get sand everywhere. I recently discovered CGear which helps you to live the sand-free life I got Sandlite Sand-Free Mat Green Triangles size 3’4” X 6’6” which is for one person you can also get medium and large it has a new weave which creates a softer and lighter material that easily folds into a small bag to carry. Since it is made with quick dry and light material it is very versatile and if you spill a drink on it, it will bead on the surface and wipe off easily. When it is windy at the beach the construction of the mat allows wind to go through it rather than flying up like towels or blankets.


Tote 1 Sand-Free Bag First developed as a deployable Heli mat for military and civilian helicopters to land on in sandy and dusty environments CGear Sand-Free brings its patented technology to the Tote Bag.  After a trip to the beach or park, you return home to find you have brought half the beach back with you with sand throughout your bag. CGear Sand-Free patented dual-layer weave technology will allow sand to fall through the bottom unassisted and not come back up! 

My Opinion: I took these to the beach in Ocean City and I found the bag was great for carrying the mat, book, magazine, a drink and when I left there was no sand inside as the design allows it to fall back out. The mat is perfect as well the wind came up and did not move it stayed in place perfectly this can also be used for yoga, picnic, movie in the park and more.
Enter below to win your own Sandlite Mat

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