Spring is truly here and the warm sunny days means summer is just around the corner. The great weather over the past few weeks means everyone is spending more time outdoors walking, biking and soon the beach! I honestly can’t remember last I went to the beach, so this Summer I am determined to book a beach holiday – in Norway.
Along with my Kindle, a picnic, sunscreen (of course), journal and a pen plus my music, I will be bringing with me my new Vintage Rose Sand-free Beach Towel by Tesalate.
Tesalate Sand-free Beach Towels are made from cutting-edge, exclusive AbsorbLite microfiber textile which contains 80% polyester and 20% polyamide. The AbsorbLite’s engineering allows sand to flow freely from it, meaning you can leave the beach where it belongs, at the beach. Not only that, but it also means Tesalate towels are super absorbent, retaining up to a litre of water. However, they don’t hold onto this water as conventional towels do. They have been designed to dry in half the time regular towels do. Tesalate beach towels come in so many designs, that there is bound to be one to suit everyone.
“Tesalate is a revolutionary new type of beach towels that is lightweight but large, super absorbent but quick drying, and totally sand-free.”
- Sand-free. Leave the beach at the beach.
- Full sized beach towel: 160cm x 80cm / 63 x 31 inches.
- Ultra absorbent; over 1 litre of water.
- Rapid-drying. Half the time of a regular beach towel.
- Compact when rolled. Fits in your bag.
Tesalate was started by two Australians who, after a hike to a secluded beach in Sydney, returned home with wet, heavy, sandy towels. They wondered if it was possible to make a better performing towel which would still look amazing. After 18 months, Tesalate was launched and were sold in over 70 countries in its first year.