As the first known textile produced by man, the roots of our luxurious fabric have been woven throughout time in significant and sometimes surprising ways.
What's the difference between a Deck Towel and a cotton towel?
- A Deck Towel is twenty times more absorbent than cotton, and dries in a snap.
- A Deck Towel repels sand, stains, and odors.
- A Deck Towel is light and portable.
- A Deck Towel is long lasting and gets softer with wear.
- A Deck Towel folds to the size of your beach read.
- A Deck Towel has a 30-day, money-back guarantee.
"This new line of linen towels manages to improve on the already perfect concept of sunbathing." The New York Times
"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." GQ
"If you still have a couple of weeks left on your yacht, then you should definitely have a Deck Towel on board." Inventory Magazine
"These towels are helping to liberate linen from this dry-clean-only image it's been given...they're remarkably hearty." Nylon Magazine
What is Linen?
Linen is the most ancient vegetable fabric in the history of man. It was important to ancient Egyptian society, revered by the tribes of Israel…Learn More >
The history of textiles production spans cultures and millenia. From the silkworms of ancient China to the cotton bolls of pre-Incan Peru…Learn More >
How Linen is Made
Technically linen is a vegetable! Linen fabric is made from the cellulose fibers that grow inside of the stalks of the flax plant, or Linum…Learn More >