Key West Towel

This ombre Turkish towel is part of our exclusive Key West Collection, inspired by the colorful island of Key West, Florida.

Made from finely loomed Turkish cotton, these towels are perfect in warm climates and for traveling, as they dry very quickly, are highly absorbent and pack very small.  And they are not only for the beach…they have many other uses!  Use as a scarf, sarong, light blanket, tablecloth, picnic blanket and they can also be used to replace your regular terry towels in your bathroom. Your turkish beach towels will get softer after each washing.

These towels are fun bridesmaid's gifts and look great monogrammed for yourself or a gift. 

Proceeds from the Sale of the Key West Towel go to support the Coral Restoration Foundation

Features include:

    • 100% Turkish cotton
    • Handmade in Turkey
    • Perfect for travel, as they fold up very small, dry quickly and have multiple uses
    • Machine wash cool, tumble dry low
    • We recommend washing this towel prior to first use
    • Key West towel measures 33 x 63 inches.

Proceeds from the Sale of the Key West Towel go to support the Coral Restoration Foundation

We are a nonprofit ocean conservation organization working to restore our coral reefs, educating others on the importance of our oceans, and using science to further research and monitoring techniques. We are dedicated to creating offshore nurseries and restoration programs for threatened coral species. These programs have allowed us to take the lead in innovative nursery and restoration techniques that are implemented worldwide. Due to multiple stressors in the late 1970s and early 1980s, previously dominant reef building corals throughout the Florida Keys and the Caribbean declined dramatically, leaving the remaining corals scattered and facing extinction. Through propagation techniques, tens of thousands of corals are grown and maintained in multiple offshore coral tree nurseries before being strategically outplanted on reefs allowing them to continue on a path to natural recovery. With the help of students, volunteers, scientists, and donors, our corals are successfully raised until they are “reef-ready”, outplanted onto the reef, and monitored. Our innovative techniques are scalable and they are making a difference for our oceans.


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