The Santa Barbara towel collection is inspired by our beloved hometown with its Mediterranean-style white stucco buildings and red-tile roofs that reflect the city’s Spanish colonial heritage.
Made exclusively for us, these towels are our version Mexican serape blanket with the colors of the American Riviera inspiring our palette.
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.
These towels are fun bridesmaid's gifts and look great monogrammed for yourself or a gift.
Proceeds from the Sale of the Santa Barbara Towel go to support Channelkeeper.
- +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
- Please wash your towel before first use
- Weight: 310 gr.
- Towels measure 100 x 180 cm (70 x 40 inches)
Our products are made with OEKO TEX certified yarns and contain no harmful substances.
100% TURKISH COTTON
HAND CRAFTED IN TURKEY
PERFECT FOR TRAVEL
AS THEY FOLD UP VERY SMALL, DRY QUICKLY AND HAVE MULTIPLE USES
COLD WASH / GENTLE DRY
PRE-WASHED FOR SOFTNESS
100 X 180 CM (70 X 40 INCHES)
Proceeds from the Sale of the Santa Barbara Towel go to support the Channel Keeper Foundation
Santa Barbara Channelkeeper is a grassroots non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and restore the Santa Barbara Channel and its watersheds through science-based advocacy, education, field work and enforcement. We work on the water and in the communities along the Santa Barbara Channel to monitor water quality, restore aquatic ecosystems, advocate for clean water, enforce environmental laws, and educate and engage citizens in implementing solutions to water pollution and aquatic habitat degradation. Channelkeeper was founded in 1999 as a program of the Environmental Defense Center, and we became an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in 2002. We are a member of Waterkeeper Alliance, a coalition of 200 grassroots groups on six continents collectively patrolling and protecting more than 1.5 million square miles of watersheds and defending their communities’ right to clean water. We are also a member of the California Coastkeeper Alliance, a coalition of all 12 California Waterkeepers working to strengthen water quality and marine habitat protections at the state level.