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Add striking color to your bathroom with the Solebay 2-piece bath towel set by Superior. Boasting a thick chevron border that compliments the vibrant, monochromatic palette of the towel, this touch of subtle texture adds a hint of glamour to the everyday shower.

Soft and highly absorbent, the character and feel of these towels are impressive. This generously sized set is extra absorbent for quick drying. The premium quality cotton construction is highly ranked for quality control and durability, and the end hems are neatly turned and firmly stitched. Great for travel, home, or dorm, this set is available in a wide range of colors.

Bath Towel Measurements

  • 68"L x 34"W

Bath Towel Details

  • Care: Machine washable
  • Material Content: 100Cotton
  • Country of Origin: India
Choosing towels for your bathroom may seem like a mundane task, but these essentials can literally transform the ambiance of any bathroom. Explore the properties of the different materials available and the great variety of styles and sizes. Then have fun picking out your favorite colors and creating your very own bathroom oasis.

A towel's durability, feel and color retention are due to the type of fibers used to produce it. Towels are generally made from terrycloth, which has a thick pile made of loops and/or cut loops. Remember to wash your towels before using them for the first time. This will improve absorbency and help set the color to extend the lifetime of your towels. Here are the most common towel materials:

Cotton: Soft, breathable, natural fiber that comes from a plant. Cotton is the world's most popular natural fiber.

Egyptian Cotton: Durable, light and fluffy to the touch, Egyptian cotton has extra-long fibers that give towels more density and absorbency.

Pima Cotton: Considered a superior blend of cotton, Pima towels are light and fluffy due to the extra-long staple fibers. Pima cotton is known for its absorbency and strength.

Microfiber: Made of mostly polyester fibers, these towels are absorbent and dry more quickly than 100% cotton towels.