Eco-Friendly. Inspired by the colors of the beautiful Lake Tahoe area in Nevada, these luxurious towels celebrate the pure beauty of natural cotton. These towels are undyed and unbleached, so they're good for your body and good for the environment. They are incredibly soft, extremely absorbent, and you'll feel good about your purchase.
20% Bigger Bath Towel. This collection features a 20% Bigger Bath Towel that will indulge you with its extra generous length to wrap around you, and will make you feel enveloped and comforted like a bath sheet, without the higher price tag.
Matches Any Bathroom. The beautiful natural color of these towels is sure to match any bathroom aesthetic. Add a modern single hem border with a beautifully detailed dobby and you have a towel that is both soothing to the touch and timelessly beautiful.
American Made by American Workers. Woven from 100% USA cotton and made right here in America, these towels bring American craftsmanship to a new level. Everything about this collection is all-American as they directly support American farms, workers, and small businesses alike.
- 100% Made in the USA
- 550 GSM
- Bleach Free
- Dye Free
- Best for Sensitive Skin
- 'Buy American Act' Compliant
- Oeko-Tex Certified
|XL Bath Towel||30" x 58"|
|Hand Towel||18" x 28"|
13" x 13"
How To Care For Your Towels
Wash and dry new towels before using them for the first time. This increases absorbency and plushness of the material. Our towels reach their optimal absorbency and softness around 5-6 washes, so please be patient with the 100% USA cotton as it takes a few washes to reach its full potential.
To set colors, wash colored towels with similar colors in warm water for the first several washings. Using about half the recommended amount of detergent, add 1/2 cup to 1 cup of white vinegar to the wash water. The vinegar helps set the colors and removes excess detergent residue.
Wash towels every three to four days. Use warm water and color-safe bleach (if needed) for colored towels. Use hot water and non-chlorine bleach (if needed) for white towels.
Give your towels a shake when taking them out of the washer. This will help fluff the terry loops that aid absorbency. Don't iron towels; this will reduce absorbency.
Make sure that towels are dry when you remove them from the dryer. Even slightly damp towels can quickly mildew. Avoid over drying - it can destroy the integrity of the individual cotton fibers.
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