Terva hand towel, black - linen

Lapuan Kankurit

$22.95

Lapuan Kankurit
Terva hand towel
$22.95



Description

The Terva hand towel by Lapuan Kankurit is a stylish, practical and ecological choice for the bathroom. The small towel is made from an innovative blend of European linen, Tencel and cotton with Oeko-Tex standard. The material is lightweight, quick-drying and absorbent, and feels pleasantly soft against bare skin. The Terva collection includes towels, sauna seat covers and bathrobes in different sizes and materials, produced mainly in the own weaving mill of Lapuan Kankurit in Lapua, Finland.

Material
43% tencel, 39% washed European "Masters of linen" linen, 18% cotton
Colour
Black, linen
Length
27.56 in (70 cm)
Width
18.9 in (48 cm)
Notes
Delicate wash 60°C

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Based on 1 reviews

  • A

    Bangkok, Thailand

    5

    Laadukas, tyylikäs ja toimiva.

    170 days ago

Excellent

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