Right on time for summer, OnTrackGear Unveils a Line of High Quality Products in Tune with Athletes, Surfers, Campers and Anyone Who Wants Comfort and Convenience Anywhere.
San Juan, Puerto Rico -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/25/2017 -- OnTrackGear believes in lively transition for the consumers they serve. Whether it's a surfer looking for the softest, most absorbent towel after time on the waves to a cyclist drenched in sweat looking for an immediate shower as his sweaty clothes dry to campers in search of a faster solution to their immediate comfort without hiking a mile to the nearest shower facilities.
In each of these cases and so many others, OnTrackGear is on track delivering lively transitions that are a part of summertime fun.
Beachgoers want to shower the sand off and leave the beach clean from head to toe, campers look forward to a refreshing shower after a long, hot and dirty hike and in so many other cases that lively transition enhances quality of life with whatever people enjoy doing.
Staying sandy or muddy or sweaty is never a comfortable feeling. OnTrackGear boasts immediate solutions as follows:
The OnTrack Compact Pressurized Shower offers a simple, practical cleaning solution at the right price. It's small enough to fit in a car trunk yet has enough capacity for a full shower.
OnTrack Microfiber Towels offer a super soft, incredibly absorbent surface that doesn't leave behind micro abrasions or tiny fabric pieces like traditional beach towels.
The self-draining rubberized mat surface offers sure-footed grip and provides a protective barrier between wet feet and the ground below which is far superior to cheaper plastic products.
Shoppers enjoy free shipping on orders over $55 for a limited time.
The official OnTrackGear website – http://bit.ly/2qhNkWc
About Jose Valentin
Jose E. Valentin, is a polymer engineer with a passion for the outdoors and well-designed gear. Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jose spent his youth windsurfing, riding BMX bikes, and exploring the incredible outdoor scenes around his home. After receiving a B.S. in Plastics and Polymer Engineering from the University of Detroit, he worked for General Electric and Microsoft before launching Sofscape, a recycling company that specializes in designing and manufacturing multi-use rubber pavers, in 2004. He has several patents that include road safety products, recycling technologies for the conversion of waste tires into value added products, and simple solutions for outdoor activities.