Blue - New - Under 4 Star - Bath Robes
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Wed Oct 19 00:00:00 MDT 2011seasprite23 Rating:4.0
This is a decent robe for the price. It's soft enough, and roomy, like you'd expect from a terry robe. What keeps this robe, even for the price at 4 stars instead of 5, is the weight. I guess from the description, we were expecting something a little heavier. The price is equivalent with the quality. Overall, it's a fine robe.
Thu Apr 07 00:00:00 MDT 2011espeeoh Rating:5.0
My husband and I both love these robes! We needed something to wear before and after soaking in the outdoor hot tub. We had ordered fancy 'spa' robes a few years earlier, but they were cut too small, and shrank after washing. These new robes are just perfect. My husband and I are not big people (5' 10" and 5'8") so I was hoping they would be a bit on the large size and they are, but not too big. They do leave fuzz in the dryer lint screen, but that is typical of terrycloth. Not a problem...and they did not shrink too much either. I love the golden tobacco color, too. Perfect for what we were looking for and at a great price.
Wed Jan 02 00:00:00 MST 2013debbiea1 Rating:4.0
The robe is quality.I ordered for my husband for Christmas.The only problem is I ordered this in NAVY BLUE and received a very LIGHT BLUE instead.So my husband did not like the color so now I have a new robe..
Tue Oct 30 00:00:00 MDT 2012butterfly1108 Rating:4.0
This robe was a gift for my sis inlaw who just endured open heart surgery. I chose blue because she wears blue when we visit and it is my favorite color too. Robe arrived in record time of less than 4 days just in time for her to arrive home from hospital. She said this robe is so soft and warm. That statement made me very happy that I chose right item instead of a plant. Thanks Overstock!
Mon Dec 17 00:00:00 MST 2012stssjs Rating:5.0
We purchased 4 of these robes for our hot tub, and they are perfect. Makes it easy to deal with getting out into the cold.
Sun Oct 30 00:00:00 MDT 20112016jc Rating:1.0
This robe is at least cotton but it is not "thick" or "luxurious" as described. Rather it is thin, flimsy and about 1/4 the weight of my previous terry robes. Altogether a big disappointment.
Wed Nov 09 00:00:00 MST 2011spiegwrite Rating:3.0
I'm debating whether to return this robe or to keep it and be less than thrilled. As other reviewers have noted, the robe just doesn't close sufficiently in front so that when I sit, it opens up. I ordered the S/M, as I wear a size 4 or 6, but it still doesn't close completely in front. The fabric is nice and the color is a rich brown, but I can see being really uncomfortable come a cold winter morning
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