Quality - Solid - Bath Robes - $60+
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Sat Dec 11 00:00:00 MST 2010crlfl Rating:1.0
Encouraged by the majority of reviews, I opted to replace my 12 year old Ratty with this robe. It is worth perhaps 60% of its purchase price. The terrycloth is very thin (even after washing and fluff-dry), the construction is poor (seams pucker and hems uneven) and the X/XL size is not generous for a size 14 female. There is no quality hotel that would supply this robe to guests on purpose. I only wish it could be returned.
Fri Sep 27 00:00:00 MDT 2013kschmotz Rating:5.0
Bought this for my husband - as he requested a new robe for his birthday. He was pleased with the quality and the length/fit. He is 6ft tall.
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