New Mexico Satellite Image Bandana

Did you know New Mexico has a unique geological feature called the "Shiprock"? This formation is a volcanic rock that rises 1,583 feet above the desert floor and is visible in satellite images of the state. Additionally, the White Sands National Park in New Mexico is the largest gypsum dune field in the world, covering over 275 square miles, and can also be seen from space. Lastly, the rugged peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains are a part of the Rocky Mountains and are known for their breathtaking beauty and stunning hiking trails.

This isn't your typical cotton bandana. Soft and a bit stretchy. You get comfort, style, and safety with UPF 35 protection. It won't scratch your lenses and is quick-drying and odor-resistant. Customers say this is their favorite bandana!

Material and Care

  • 24" x 24"
  • 100% Microfiber
  • Machine wash warm
  • No bleach, do not dry clean, do not tumble dry, do not wring

The official Park bandana approved by the National Park Service for New Mexico. Maps are not intended for compass orientation.

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