Bryce Canyon "HooDoo" Bana

This Bryce Canyon photo Bana captures a breathtaking view of the distinctive geological structures known as "hoodoos" in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. The "hoodoos" are natural geological pillars made of fine sedimentary rocks and fine sandstone form this natural geological feature. When water seeps into the cracks between the rocks during oncoming rain or snow, it freezes in the gaps and expands as it forms into ice, creating pressure on the surrounding rock surface. The rocks are broken apart by a phenomenon known as ice-wedging, creating the hoodoos.

Banas are the best gaiters for hikers and adventurers because of their versatility. They provide coverage to the face, neck, ears, and head all at once and can be worn over a dozen different ways for any adventure and daily life. Soft on the skin, lightweight with excellent breathability and ventilation make a convenient and comfortable face mask!

Protects against the sun's harmful UV rays, sand, dust, wind, and insects. Whether you're hiking, biking, mountain climbing, fishing, camping, or just going to the store, meet your new outdoor gear daily essential - where function meets fashion. Why you'll love it:

More Features

  • 4-Way Stretch
  • Absorbent
  • Odor-resistant
  • Quick-dry
  • Lens safe
  • UPF 35 rated
  • 10 in x 20 in (one size fits most)

Material and Care

  • 100% Recycled Microfiber Polyester
  • Hand or machine wash 
  • No fabric softeners
  • Do not bleach or iron

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