Wrap yourself in comfort with our Grand Teton Collection - Luxury American Made Cotton Premium Towels. Our elegant and ultra-absorbent towels are made in the good ol' USA, so you can feel good about your purchase. With a bevy of hues to choose from in a dramatic color palette, you are sure to find the perfect match for your bathroom decor. Our towels are designed with a beautiful single hem border, and woven with medium length relaxed loop technology for maximum drying power.
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Our Made in the USA 100% Cotton Luxury Towels are available in four sizes. They are available individually, or can be purchased as a 3-piece set, a 4-piece set, or as a 6-piece set. Our towels are made from cotton that is 100% grown and manufactured in America, 630 GSM.
What does "GSM" mean? The weight of towels is measured by GSM, which means "grams per square meter", that refers to the amount of cotton used to make the towels. Bath Towels with a GSM rating of 500 or higher indicates a thicker, dense towel which will be more durable, absorbent and longer lasting.
35" x 68"
27" x 52"
16" x 28"
13" x 13"
21" x 32"
Wash and Care Suggestions
Machine wash cold with like colors
Tumble dry low
Do not use bleach
Wash and dry new towels before using them for the first time. Most towels have silicone or other finishes. Washing the towels removes these finishes and permits maximum absorbency.
To set colors, wash colored towels with similar colors in warm water for the first several washings. Using about half the recommended amount of detergent, add 1/2 cup to 1 cup of white vinegar to the wash water. The vinegar helps set the colors and removes excess detergent residue.
Wash towels every three to four days. Use warm water and color-safe bleach (if needed) for colored towels. Use hot water and non-chlorine bleach (if needed) for white towels.
Give your towels a shake when taking them out of the washer. This will help fluff the
terry loops that aid absorbency. Don't iron terry towels; this will reduce absorbency.
Ensure that towels are dry when you remove them from the dryer. Even slightly damp towels can quickly mildew. Avoid over drying - it can destroy the integrity of the individual cotton fibers.