So like we've mentioned before...we're not fans of standing on Moral highgrounds shouting to the world that we're a 'sustainable...or eco' brand.
We simply believe GOTS organic cotton is better for you, me and the planet.
Here's a pretty good article on the world of fabrics...
So you've probably read or seen on our homepage that we don't actually produce towels with the common velour side. Think that's kinda weird? Considering that it’s the norm for most towel manufacturers, brands and stores?...
Come on the road with a couple Layday'ers, The Wild Road Wanderers. This is 2 mins of helicopter flights over the sacred Bungle Bungles to driving down roads where the stars shine bright and red earth meets the turquoise sea in Broome. Read More
Here's a nice little article on some numbers regarding cotton comfort Vs Synthetic comfort. Man-made fibers are falling out of favor as more U.K. consumers opt for natural fabrics, research by Cotton U.S.A.’s Global Lifestyle Monitor revealed last month.
We were going to use the term collaboration...but we feel that's now a term owned by social influencers asking for free stuff in exchange for butt photo's on our towels - sorry, butt it's a weekly occurrence for us these days :) Read More
Being based in South Western AU, Winter is pretty cold and damp. In saying this, a 15 hour drive North will land you in a totally opposite climate - warm water surfing, camp fire vibes and outdoor showers. Here's a few pics from time recently spent in the Pilbara, WA.
Typically, travelling around doesn't always bring hot sunny days - the types of conditions needed to dry out thicker style fabrics, so - we sourced the French terry production method because we wanted a top line of comfortable travel towels. Read More
So we're not big fans of the moral high grounds some brands stand on in regards to their choice in business, but this article is a nice backup to the reason we find Microfibre (polyester) towels uncomfortable and simply a little out of place in the outdoor & travel world. Read More
Commercial style beach towels, round and rectangle - simply stitch on the fringe from a spool of ‘fringe’ they have in the their factory. It’s just there for show and adds un-necessary bulk. The other style of fringe is the ‘hand tied’ (think Turkish towels) or even rolled and stitched (checkout your bath towel).