Tortola Turkish Beach Towel from Bask retails for $58.00 I got the Turquoise/ Lime one which is woven from genuine Aegean Turkish cotton, this pestemal is ideal for drying off but still lightweight enough to become your most elegant travel accessory. Unlike terry cloths towels with loops that trap sand, our fine flat woven pestemals can journey from beach to beyond without the muss. A sophisticated and colorful way to keep you dry at home and abroad. Aside from their luxurious looks & vivid color palette, what makes Pestemals so exceptional is that they take up very little space in your closet, are ultra-absorbent-yet swift air-drying, and become softer with every wash. The size of this is 100 cm by hundred and 80 cm, made in Turkey and 100% pure Turkish cotton is used. I also got a kid’s poncho that matches the blanket for ages 2 to 3 years old and the colors Turquoise/Lime again made with genuine Aegean Turkish Cotton.
My Opinion: these are can be great for the beach this summer the material is very soft and the colors are very desirable and will make great Christmas gifts or baby shower gift.
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About Them: If you thought that a towel was just for hanging, think again! Named the multi-talented towel” by Elle Decor, our hand-loomed Turkish towels (also known as peshtamals) are the perfect travel companion and are where beauty, pragmatism and respect for tradition come together. The BASK company lovingly hand-picks lavish Turkish towels from only a few select suppliers in Turkey. The owner always strives to choose only the most luxurious pieces. As a personal lover of peshtemels, her goal is to share the beauty of these stunning masterpieces with the rest of the world so that they too can enjoy the same pleasure that it brings her. With most of BASK’s towels being hand-loomed, these colorful, beautifully patterned objects are not only eco-friendly but also lightweight and quick drying, making them incredibly versatile and appealing. Their uses vary from pareos, sarongs, scarves, tablecloths, picnic rugs and more.
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