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Nick Zegel

Regular price $39.95 Sale price $24.95

Nick Zegel is a multidisciplinary artist who currently lives and works in Long Beach, CA, after spending time in both Philadelphia and Boston. He has worked with clients like Girl Skateboards, Roxy / Quiksilver, and Brainfarm.

Made from 100% recycled materials, these Travel Towels are the perfect companion for any adventure.

Features

    • Made from 100% post-consumer waste, primarily plastic water bottles
    • Highly Absorbent, Fast Drying, Sand Free
    • Compact & Ultra-Lightweight
    • 30" x 60"
    • Double-sided print
    • Clamp label and drawcord loop
    • Sustainable by Design Award Winner

    Slowtide products meet the strict guidelines set by the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100. Made with care and certified for peace of mind.

    All Slowtide polyester products are made from 100% recycled post-consumer waste, primarily plastic bottles, transforming it into premium polyester fibers. They are certified through the Global Recycle Standard which applies to the full supply chain, addressing traceability, environmental principles, social requirements, and labeling.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 92 reviews
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    Very soft

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    Love this towel and will definitely order more products!

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    J.I.
    Awesome Towel!

    This is my first purchase from this company. The towel folds up really small, and is light weight. At first touch it doesn't seem like it would absorb much, but after a shower it works as well as any other full sized towel.

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    B.B.
    The most gorgeous flowers!

    Absolutely love this amazingly beautiful towel!

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    A.
    Awesome Towel

    Got this towel for my boyfriend for Valentineʻs Day and he absolutely loved it. He takes it surfing and it really does dry quickly and no sand sticks to it! I definitely have to get one for myself now.