Rise Up Cotton Beach Towel
Partnering with Artestar, Slowtide is proud to officially license Keith Haring's iconic artwork.
Slowtide Woven Towels are a fresh take on a classic towel. The double-sided feature shows the design on both sides, and the thick, sustainably sourced woven cotton jacquard offers a comfortable dry after any body of water.
- Super soft & absorbent 100% woven cotton
- Woven design - shows on both sides
- Shaved velour front with a looped terry back
- Clamp label and hanging loop
- Dimensions: 76.2 × 152.4 cm (30” × 60“)
- 500 grams (Some extra cushion)
© Keith Haring Foundation. Licensed by Artestar, New York.
Slowtide products meet the strict guidelines set by the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100. Made with care and certified for peace of mind.
Slowtide uses cotton that is sustainably sourced through the Cotton LEADS℠ program. The program offers manufacturers, brands, and retailers a reliable cotton supply chain solution and confidence that their raw material is responsibly produced and identified.
All Slowtide products exceed the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Certification, ensuring that they are safely produced and do not contain any allergic substances. The fabric has been tested and certified to be free of harmful chemicals so it is always safe to use!
Visit the Responsibility page to learn more.
For best results, we recommend washing all of our towel products with mild liquid detergent in cold water with like colors. Then, tumble dry low.
What Makes Us Different
If you're looking for a new beach towel, look no further. Our towels are intentionally made with you & the planet in mind. We prioritize sustainability, from how we source our materials, down to our packaging, and want you to not only look good but feel good when using our products.
All About Our Towels
Welcome to the Art of Drying Off. We've designed & engineered towels that help express your passions through a new canvas. Our towels are all equipped with a hanging loop for dying, are made sustainably and ethically, and designed in California & Hawaii. Watch this video to learn a little bit more from our own towel expert, Mr. Bursa.