Honestly, I don't spend a lot of time thinking about towels. I probably still have one hanging around that I stole from home when I left for college. Until recently, I didn't even know that quick-dry towels were a thing.
For instance, if I'm going to the beach, I usually just grab whatever towel that looks cute (or just clean) and head off. Oh, and I have definitely taken a bath towel to the sea. That's not a great choice.
If you can relate to my past indifference towards towels but are ready to join me on my journey to upgrade my linen closet, then check out some of these game-changing quick-dry towels.
Whether you're a hot yoga enthusiast, an outdoor basketball warrior, or a happy camper, quick-dry towels make it all so much easier. You don't have to worry about carrying home a rag soaked in stale sweat after the gym, these towels de-gross themselves very quickly. If you're camping at a lake, just hang the towels from your nearest tree and they'll dry out in no time.
Some of these towels are even laced with silver. Not because they're fancy (although they kind of are), but because silver kills germs. So, you'll get a clean, dry towel just moments after a 90 minute Bikram class. That's pretty much a miracle, and who doesn't want more miracles in their life?
1. A Stylish Microfiber Towel For The Beach
2. A Humble Sports Towel With Cult-Following On Amazon
3. A Pretty Antibacterial Towel With Silver Ions
If you want a super cute beach towel that rolls up to a compact size, this towel is for you. It dries three times faster than cotton and is treated with silver ions to kill bacteria and stop odor. Also, look at it. It's just straight up pretty.
4. The Extra Large Towel That Dries Just As Quickly
5. A Towel With Handy Mesh Bag
6. A 2-Pack For All Your Quick-Drying Needs
7. A Fast Drying Towel In A Huge Range Of Sizes
Get any size you want with this towel's eight great options. From 20 x 12 inches to 79 x 39 inches, this brand has your perfect size in a rainbow of colors.
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