Pendleton is more than a brand; it's a legacy. Family-owned for more than 150 years, the Portland, Oregon-based label continues to produce the woven wool goods that first brought the company such renown. Now globally recognised as one of the world's greatest makers of wool products, Pendleton has no intention of changing the guiding philosophy that has earned it such high standing; the label continues to weave wool in its mills in the Pacific Northwest, two of the few woollen mills still operating in the US today.
Expanding beyond the wool products which made it synonymous with quality, Pendleton have made the natural progression to other woven goods. Fittingly for the Australian context, they have recently begun to put their expertise in woven fabrics and unique designs towards a range of large, high-quality cotton towels.
The Pendleton Chief Joseph Rosewood Beach Towel is a supersized beach towel evoking the American West. Woven from cotton velour, this towel features a vivid all-over pattern with colours that stay true wash after wash. Sheared on one side and looped on the other, this towel offers the best in both softness and absorption. Beach, hot tub, pool, lake, river, or creek, the Chief Joseph Rosewood Beach Towel has you covered.
Made from 100% cotton.
This towel is made in accordance with environmentally-friendly manufacturing standards and under safe, ethical working conditions as certified by OEKO-TEX®.
Approximate Dimensions: 102 x 178cm.