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GIVEAWAY & DISCOUNT CODE: Learn more about My Carbana for your next relay or race

ALSO, use code RUNOREGON for 20% off!!!

We are in the final stretch for Hood to Coast, and we have teamed up with My Carbana to giveaway a cool ultra light-weight and portable My Carbana Mobile Cabana – which is perfect for your next relay or for changing after your next race. Here is information for the giveaway:

TO ENTER:

We will draw a winner on Friday, August 16th!

ALSO, use code RUNOREGON for 20% off!!!

This is such a cool product and right in line for what runners need – especially on those long relays when it is necessary to change clothes multiple times. Say goodbye to awkwardly changing in the back of a van or in a gross port-a-potty. Shoot, if you have a long-standing HTC team, you can each pitch in just a few bucks (USE OUR DISCOUNT CODE TO SAVE EVEN MORE) and get one of these to use for year on end. That may be one of the best investments you could make.

Even if not for a relay team, getting one of these just for yourself will easily pay for itself over time. I have changed in the front seat of my car too many times to count, and it’s clearly not my favorite thing to do. This makes much more sense for me, and I’m guessing for many of you out there as well.

It seems to be relatively multi-functional as well. By that, I mean that, while it is ideal for changing in a car or van, it can also be attached to trees and other locations. Therefore, My Carbana could be useful for other outdoor pastimes, like  camping. At under two pounds, as well as being able to be folded down to a small size, it’s easy enough to add to a daypack or overnight backpack. In fact, I actually think this would be perfect to pack on a trip to the beach. I harken back to our recent trip to Maui and think this would be great to utilize as a changing station and be able to go straight from a bathing suit to dinner attire, without sweating up a storm in an overheated car or necessitating a trip back to the hotel to change.

On another, less clean note, this seems like it would also be good to use as cover for when nature calls in the woods. I’m not necessarily advocating for this, but I’m also not necessarily not advocating for it either. And if it proves necessary, wouldn’t it be nice to not have to worry about other people…

Here’s some information about My Carbana:

Developed by serial entrepreneur Steven Polisar, the Carbana was born out of a simple desire to spend more time enjoying outdoor activities.

As an avid surfer, cyclist, and recreational adventure seeker, he was tired of having to drive around in his gear or change in a public restroom and wanted a solution that would allow him to go from work to play (or play to work) with ease.  The solution he came up with is the Carbana Mobile Changing Station – a durable, lightweight (only 1.6 Lbs), and portable cabana for the car that turns into a private changing room in seconds.

It’s the perfect solution for everyone who enjoys life in the great outdoors and wants the freedom to go anywhere and change anywhere – surfers, bikers, hikers, runners, campers, photographers, and more.


Company: My Carbana

Product & Price:

Specs:

  • Material: Nylon Taffeta (Nylon Taffeta is an extremely durable, light-weight, and water-resistant material commonly used in recreational applications such as tents.)
  • Dimensions: Measures 36″ x 36″ x 66″ (excluding straps) and 72″ x 36″ x 66″ (straps fully extended); Folds down to fit into compact 22″ round carrying case. Easily accommodates two people.
  • Weight: 1.6 Lbs
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About Matt Rasmussen (1377 Articles)
Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching the Olympics, sampling craft beers, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010. Matt joined the Run Oregon team in October 2011, and since then he has spearheaded the blog’s efforts to cover product reviews, news about businesses related to running, and running events in the Willamette Valley.

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