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Does you use the towel to wipe Disc in the round?
As which is best at that time, do you think?
There are a lot of fallen leaves at the season of autumn, and the towel might be put away and it have a hard time.
Typing that the drainage is good etc. : though think it is variously.

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I go with the Innova "Fly Dry" towel. There is a newer Innova towel that's more like a super absorbent shammy that you might want to look into also.
I use a shammy type towel .... but I also keep an exta small towel stashed in my bag ... nice to have something dry for the last few holes when its needed.
I like the microfiber towels. They are very absorbent. The only problem with them is that leaves, seeds, sticks, etc. all stick to them, so you can't allow them to drag along the ground.
I like ultra fine fiber towel.
However, it is worried of the same problem as you.
It has lost it in the round though shammy type towel has been used.
It might be also good with the one of a type different to be used properly by the weather on the day together.

JimmyG said:
I like the microfiber towels. They are very absorbent. The only problem with them is that leaves, seeds, sticks, etc. all stick to them, so you can't allow them to drag along the ground.
yeah.. I hate that every leaf, stick and seeds stick to the dang things.. I don't know what I'd do without it on a hot summer day though.
I've been using a micro-fiber "car washing glove" which is a pretty odd looking thing but very effective. Only a few bucks. One is enough for a round in the wettest snow or rain. During winter, I just slip one over my regular glove for warmth, or just wear the towel since it's reasonably warm. I've been thinking of slicing a couple of these things open to make some liners inside my bag, a place I can slide a disc into, rotate it a few times, and remove a dry disc.

http://www.microfiber-printing-towel.com/car-washing-gloves-china-B...

For those who have towels to wash, DON'T USE FABRIC SOFTENER OR DRYER SHEETS (this applies to other towels as well...). The chemicals in these products make towels less absorbent. Softer maybe, but less absorbent.

Joe
I currently use a golf towel. I am really thinking about trying one of those sham-WOW things from the previous post.
I go with whatever dish towels I can find in the house
Hey Disc Golf Live,

Thanks for the tip on the fabric softener. I did not know that and have washed my micro fiber towel ... quite a few times.

Appreciate it,

Mike
SHAM-WOW!
Disc Golf Live said:
I've been using a micro-fiber "car washing glove" which is a pretty odd looking thing but very effective. Only a few bucks. One is enough for a round in the wettest snow or rain. During winter, I just slip one over my regular glove for warmth, or just wear the towel since it's reasonably warm.

Sponge bob square hands!!
I bought some bathroom hand towels that work just great, and they come in all sorts of bizarre colors if you look hard enough. I've found the "shop" towels, however, are not very absorbent. One other thought: I can't have it attached to my bag; I need to carry it around with me so I can wipe a disc whenever I feel like it and not just when I'm near my bag.

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