The Islander Towel (SoftSky Grey)
ABOUT THE ISLANDER: From our Aeon Series, The Islander is a classic Turkish-Style flat woven towel in bold colours inspired by the hues of the Seychelles Archipelago. The Islander – bold, yet elegant. For him or her.
✓ SAND RESISTANT
✓ SOFT & LUXURIOUS
✓ LIGHT-WEIGHT & COMPACT
THE ISLANDER Soft Sky Grey
– Inspired by those cool, overcast Seychelles mornings
1. We Send via Registered mail to Mahé, Praslin & La Digue. +- 4 days
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ABOUT THE ISLANDER: From our Aeon Series, The Islander is a Classic Turkish Towel in bold colours inspired by the hues of the Seychelles Archipelago. The Islander – bold, yet elegant. For him or her.
ABOUT THE AEON SERIES: Everyone loves a Turkish Towel – they’re light-weight, sand resistant, quick-drying and durable – everything a towel should be! The Arzi Aeon series is a contemporary spin on the classic Turkish Pestemal (towel) and made from 100% organic Turkish cotton and loomed using traditional methods in the Aegean Sea region – famous for hundreds of years’ for its fine textiles.
AEON USES: Beyond the beach, use your Aeon around the pool, at the lake or on a boat trip. You’ll love your Aeon so much it may even replace your bathroom towel. Arzi Aeon’s are also great for studio based exercises, such as yoga and pilates. Whatever you you use a towel for in your life, the Aeon is an upgrade to the heavy, smelly terry-cotton mainstream. Bonus Uses: sarong/pareo, throw, light blanket.
Coral Everyone loves the soft pinkish-orange hues of Classic Coral
Tropical Turquoise Inspired by the breathtaking turquoise hues of the
Archipelago’s tropical waters
Sunshine Yellow Inspire by an endless tropical island summer
Deep Ocean Blue That mesmerizing deep ocean blue as you set sail between islands
Coco Vert A strong green hue inspired by palm leaves and green coconuts
Granitic Grey A medium grey tone inspired by the iconic granite boulders on the beaches of the inner islands
Soft Sky Grey Inspired by those cool, overcast Seychelles mornings