Dive into the summer with Tesalate
Tesalate founders, Volkan and Jacky, had a fun-filled outing with friends at the Royal National Park in Sydney. But dragging home sand-laden, heavy towels at the end of the day was such a bummer.
It took pretty much over a year researching and designing this Australian brand. And sure enough, Tesalate was a hit among beach lovers when it first launched at the Bondi Beach Markets in 2016.
Tesalate’s 2020 towel collection offers exciting and endless possibilities. There are so many mouth-watering designs to choose from.
From classic, trendy, tropical or eclectic themes, Tesalate’s wide range of patterns and prints caters to everyone’s distinct personality. The product also features a triangular geometric design on the other side of every towel as its signature pattern
But what makes Tesalate sand-free towels a cut above the rest? For starters, Tesalate has by far, the most beautiful collection of beach towels. It’s an innovative towel that entirely changes everyone’s beach experience. Let’s break down the reasons why:
Fabric Care: Tesalate towels are easy to maintain. A cold machine wash, tumble dry on low or merely hanging out to dry, are three ways to clean or dry the towel.
Fast drying: Just as Tesalate can absorb a lot of water, it also dries up amazingly fast. Just like magic!
Lightweight: Tesalate beach towels are so light, unlike regular ones which are big and bulky. It comes with a waterproof nylon drawstring bag. It’s so compact that it could fit into a small beach tote.
Quality: Regular towels fade and fray over time. But Tesalate’s durable fabric promises the color will remain vibrant and good as new even after constant use and washing.
Sand-free: Goodbye to the days of shaking the sand off the towels in frustration. Tesalate’s AbsorbLite microfiber fabric technology makes sand easily slide off the towel and is gentle and soft even on the most sensitive skin.
Size: It measures 63 x 31 inches for the Standard size and 63 x 63 inches for the Towel for Two sizes. How can something so light and compact be a beach towel? Well, it indeed is!
Super absorbent: Even if Tesalate repels sand, it is also ultra-absorbent. It’s a hardworking towel because it can absorb up to one liter of water.
Towel hook: It’s annoying when towels fall off the hook and lands on a wet and dirty surface. Tesalate’s hanging hook ensures the towel hangs clean and dry.
Retailing at £49 for the standard size and £79 for the Towel for Two, check out the collection exclusively available online.