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Deck Towel

Color Oatmeal and turquoise

 

Selvage Oatmeal

Pattern Woven stripe

Size 70 x 57 inches, 178 x 145 cm

Production Made in New York City from Irish linen

Weight Medium, 24 ounces, 680 grams

Hand Very soft

Care Unwashed, 1-3% shrinkage, bleed-resistant 

In Stock Yes

 

Price $178.00

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Testimonials


"It’s the best beach towel I’ve ever owned, for sure.”

Fantastic Man

"Sewn from durable, colorful fabric that could've been swiped from a French girl in Biarritz, they're light, quick to dry, and odor-resistant." 

GQ

"This new line of  linen towels manages to improve on the already perfect concept of sunbathing." 

The New York Times

FAQs


Are they really absorbant?

They are. Even the thinnest linen can hold up to 20 times its weight in water, and dries much more quickly than a terry cloth towel.

What can I do with my towels when I’m not on the beach?

Decoration and warmth. We use ours as bath towels, bedspreads, picnic blankets, throws, tablecloths, and shower curtains.

How do I wash my towels?

Simply hand wash, or machine wash with non-chlorine detergent and like colors. Line dry, or tumble dry on lowest heat. Adding a tablespoon or two of hair conditioner to the wash helps keep linen fibers soft and strong.



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About Deck Towel | The Original Linen Beach Towel

Deck Towel makes the original linen beach towel in New York City. Sewn from European linens, they're light, strong, and compact. Unlike bulky cotton towels, our towels repel sand, hold twenty times their weight in water, and dry in a snap. At 70 x 57”, a Deck Towel is sized to accommodate two sunbathers but folds to the size of your beach read. When it gets colder, it becomes your favorite bath towel, bedspread, picnic blanket, tablecloth, or shower curtain. Read more about the benefits of linen towels.

Our first collection was inspired by a 1930s photograph of five Belgian soldiers bathing in the Meuse River, by imagining the sort of materials and patterns they might have used to dry off. Read more about our collections in the press.

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