Silver Falls State Park Vintage Map Bana

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!

Banas protect against the sun's harmful UV rays, sand, dust, wind, and insects. Whether 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:

  • 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

The official Park mug approved by the National Park Service for Silver Falls State Park. Maps are not intended for compass orientation.

The area around Silver Falls had been timber country until the Great Depression, which in 1929 cratered the local economy. Sensing an opportunity to preserve the idyllic attraction, local photographer June Drake led the charge in 1931 to purchase land around the waterfalls for future use as a park; two years later, in 1933, Silver Falls State Park was officially dedicated as a state park.

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