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saving my seats with the Orange Mud Transition Wrap | Product Review

Disclaimer: I received Orange Mud Transition Wrap to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

I always have a towel on my car seat – the PERK of having leather seats. They are too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. Plus, when I go running away from home, the towel can soak up all the nastiness still on my body!

During my 100 miler in September, I had an amazing crew with some amazing products they shared with me. One of these products was the Orange Mud wrap. I needed a quick shorts change on the fly during my 4th (and last) loop of the race – roughly mile 85ish. Minus my husband not holding the wrap together on one side (being a photographer was more important in that second), we were able to quickly change my shorts without everyone around seeing my lady parts and bum…

So really, the Orange Mud wrap is saving both of my seats…ha!!

When the opportunity arose to fully test out the Orange Mud wrap as a BibRave Pro, I jumped at the chance to see what all I could do with this handy piece of gear!

Let’s dig in!

Orange Mud | Transition Wrap

The FIRST thing I noticed about the wrap was the feel! I didn’t realize that I received the upgraded 2.0 version of the wrap. Orange Mud has upgraded their signature “gym towel, seat wrap, changing towel, seat cover” from a terry cloth cotton wrap to a microfiber material – both are perfect for drying off after a sweaty run or covering up to change your wardrobe!

I have tested the “changing clothes” aspect of this wrap several times — and in places I wouldn’t typically change my clothes (i.e. a parking lot or parking garage after a run/race, etc.). I was careful about who was (or wasn’t) around me so felt comfortable in my environment before attempting to use my Orange Mud wrap to change my clothes — and they went great! The one caveat is that taking a sweaty sports bra off is difficult no matter if you are wearing the Orange Mud transition wrap or not…so that was the more difficult part of the changing process.

At this point, my Orange Mud wrap is my primary car seat cover. As mentioned before, I don’t have to deal with the swing in air and seat temperature when my drivers seat is covered 100% of the time! Plus, it also means that I always have a way to make a quick clothing change on the fly!

Plus, you can always use the wrap as a sun shield when your little one needs to take a nap 🙂

Looking for a great Christmas gift for your running friends?? Hydration pack? Transition wrap? Sweet Orange Mud gear? Look no further because you can use the discount code OMTRX for 15% off ALL/ANY Orange Mud items!!

My fellow BibRave Pro’s also went through various features on their review posts as well. Be sure to check them out!

Kim   Matt   Lisa   Ryan   Tim   Vanessa   Kelly   Mike   Meridith   Erica   Lisa   Kolbe   Jeremy   Katie   Tedrick   Janelle   Jessica   Mary Jo   Jon

Check out Orange Mud on their social handles for fun promotions and to get the scoop on new products : Facebook    Twitter    Google+     YouTube    Pinterest    Instagram

As always, check out these awesome run-spiring linkups this week :
Tuesday’s on the Run     Wild Workout Wednesday     Running Coach’s Corner

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