Theodore Roosevelt National Park Painted Canyon Photo Bana

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It was here in this Dakota Territory that President Theodore Roosevelt came in 1883 to hunt bison and fell in love with the rugged landscape and outdoor life that shaped his conservation policy which has had a lasting impact. The view of Painted Canyon is one of the most famous and a highlight of any visit to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Take home this beautiful view in the form of our multi-purpose, Bana - the ultimate bandana.

Bana headwear keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Made from 100% microfiber polyester and is UPF 35 rated. The breathable fabric wicks away moisture and dries quickly.

Did you know you can wear a Bana over 12 different ways? It works perfectly as a headband, a face cover, a neck protector, a wristband, and many more. Hikers and explorers love the versatility of our Banas.

More Reasons Why You'll Love It:

  • odor resistant 
  • seamless
  • 12 ways to wear 
  • one size fits most 
  • lens safe
  • 10" x 20"