Jerry Anchors, founder of Run's Done and visionary behind the Strapless Sports Towel Seat Cover

How We Roll

January 02, 2017 1 Comment

At Run’s Done™ we like to solve problems. Problems that affect runners and other athletes. We think that when your run’s done you should be problem-free and able to relax, refresh and recover. That’s why we came up with the products you see here on our website plus some really cool ones coming out soon. We knew runners would love our Sports Towel Seat Covers but we didn’t realize so many people would use them to solve non-running problems.

Recently, a new customer sort of reluctantly told us that she really isn’t a runner, but she uses her sports towel to keep her truck’s cloth seats clean after every ride on her horses. Like runners, she gets pretty dirty during her rides and she has loved the way the seat cover stays put and protects her upholstery. We were already planning our Ride’s Done product line, but we envisioned it for cyclists. Who knew we’d be adding horse lovers to the mix too?

Next, we heard from someone with a convertible that has always hated getting burned by her sun-drenched, black leather car seats. You know what that’s like. You leave your top down in the summer and you’re just asking for a “seatburn.” Now, instead of tilting her car seat forward every time she leaves her car, she just puts her Run’s Done Sports Towel Seat Cover in place & everything stays cool and comfortable.  

Finally, back to the running problems - take my run from today. I did a 6-miler on some beautiful trails. As I came up behind a couple on the trails, I employed the usual polite, inoffensive warning methods that runners use. I coughed slightly, I shuffled my feet in the dirt to make a noise, and I ended with the required “on your left” or some such. I exchanged a polite “how’s it going?” with the husband, then slowly passed the wife & her seemingly innocuous canine. Just as I was mentally patting myself on the back for the marvelous way I had represented the trail running community, I felt a sharp pain on my right thigh. Their dog had decided to show his disdain for my presence by clamping onto my leg. No severe damage done to flesh, but it ripped a good gash in my running shorts. Which made me think, should we add a product called “Bite’s Done and Now I Am Bleeding Profusely” (™ is not necessary here)? Probably not, but I’m sure my sports towel would have served as an excellent tourniquet if needed.

We’d love to hear how you’re using your Sports Towel Seat Cover™. We invite you to comment below and let us know!



1 Response

LIsa
LIsa

May 16, 2017

Just started using my towel in the car for my dog. I love it! Its lightweight, stays in place, and is easy to wash. I’ve had all types of seat covers for my puppy in the past, but this one is the best one by far! Great for use after dog gets dirty on hikes and trips to the river.

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