Our 'COTTON CAUSE'
— Lean in reeeal close, because I’m about to drop some knowledge…
Are You A "Specs" Guy?
ConviRobe is a 100% Pure Aegean [ih-jee-un] Turkish Cotton Bathrobe!
400 gr/m2 - Medium weight - Long Staple - Ethically Sourced and masterfully hand-stitched in Denizli - Turkiye.
Meaning? — No BS. No fluff. Just Pure Turkish Delight!
You see—we've hand-plucked this plush cotton concoction from the fluffy fields of Turkey's Aegean [ih-jee-un n] region.
It's in this part of the world where ideal conditions meet to propagate a pasture of perfection, breeding a bud that's worthy of our #TowellingRevolution. It's also where the "Cotton Castle - a.k.a. Pamukkale" is!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pamukkale - An Unesco World Heritage site.
The Three Perfect Sweetspots of Hand-Picked Aegean Turkish Cotton Buds.
Unlike some towel robes that may be too soft or too plush, our Turkish Cotton Towel Robe and its hair drying Wings have the ideal balance of softness, water absorbance and drying quickly to get ready for the next use and to avoid the dump towel smell.
This is because the optimum balance of ideal temperatures, sunshine and rain, and the slow speed of changes in seasons give the crops the optimum time to mature from the inside out: Not too fast to get harsh, and not too slow to cause any deterioration. These perfect conditions result with a crop that enables to manufacture the soft and shiny looking, optimally absorbent towel fabric that also gets dry fast.
Aegean Turkish Cotton also has some serious 'Fine Wine Syndrome' All you need is to take proper care of it, and it may just get better with age.
It’s a shag worth caressing, again and again—a carefully constructed cotton blend that only gets better with age. After each washing and drying (low temperatures, please), you will feel that your robe gets warmer and more absorbent, and may be even more shinier. #keanureeves.
Does YOUR robe get better with age?
"Scoffs and rolls eyes, and then avoids eye contact!"
What About The Egyptian Cotton?
Let's not get it twisted!
The real 'Nile River' Egyptian is a very fine cotton blend. It absorbs a good amount of water, and has a good feel. It just dries slower than the Aegean, which may cause the towel smell after a few uses! If that's okay for your- go for it!
Just make sure the seller had the courtesy to put the information about where the cotton was grown!
—Because, UNFORTUNATELY, a large percentage of mainstream cotton known as "Egyptian" is grown and made in the USA—I'll give you a second to process that.
Was the towel made from American grown Egyptian Cotton, or from the cotton buds grown in the Nile River delta.
This is not only a way of showing respect to their customers, but also to our fellow Egyptian Farmers. And to the US farmers as well!
And it's these misleading manufacturing cues like the "Made with Egyptian Cotton" labels dilute the perceived value of real Egyptian cotton and breeds buyers remorse.
YOU'RE ASKING NOW:
How Should I Take Care Of My ConviRobe?
You a hotel?