Male - Bath Robes - On Sale
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Tue Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2011shirleesue Rating:4.0
I recently purchased the Turkish Bath Robe, I LOVE IT! Its large enough to wrap up in completely . It is oversized and I would have ordered a smaller size if I had known this before hand, the XL would accomodate a 300 pound male without seeming small. The quality is great and it comes out of the laundry like new...thanks for a great product.
Fri Jul 25 00:00:00 MDT 2014pstamp54 Rating:5.0
Would like to order more of these, I am waiting for a sale.
Wed Nov 18 00:00:00 MST 2009psbs Rating:5.0
We bought four robes for our quests to use when they come visit. The size is great for male or female and it soft and looks great.
Sat Oct 09 00:00:00 MDT 2010bottomfisher Rating:5.0
very pleased with the fit and the weight of this robe. see size chart to pick for either male or female.
Thu Jul 17 00:00:00 MDT 2014wila Rating:5.0
What I like best is the perfect weight and softness of this robe. It's not heavy or bulky and a good wrap for either male or female. Added bonus, the straps are sewn into the back so never lost belt. Perfect.
Sun Dec 16 00:00:00 MST 2012noreenccampbell Rating:5.0
This robes were lovely, thick terry cloth. I bought them on sale as presents and was very pleased with the quality for the price.
Fri Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2012dcole10 Rating:4.0
After reading the other reviews about this robe being too big I had hoped that I got the right size for an 5'10" XL male. Turns out the XL is just barely big enough to overlap in the front. It will work but I wanted something a little roomier. The quality of the robe is nice. Much softer after washing. Seams are intact, no shedding. Perfect thickness for a guy that overheats easily.
Sat Mar 26 00:00:00 MDT 2011trail53 Rating:5.0
I love this robe. It's soft and plush and thick and I look forward to it coming out of the shower. Be aware that the "unisex" sizing seems to mean male sizing. I am a 5'7", 145lb female, and the small is good on me, a bit roomy like you'd want a terry bathrobe. The sleeves are long, but it's easy to roll up the wide cuff once and you're in business.
Sat Jan 12 00:00:00 MST 2013smartfinal007 Rating:5.0
This rope feels quite luxurious, pretty thick terry cotton but not very heavy - so it may not hold up forever. Ordered the large one on purpose which is a little too big for 5"9, 145 pound male (especially in the arms). We just ordered a second one.
Fri Dec 13 00:00:00 MST 2013nuttybuddy2013 Rating:5.0
The robe is absorbant but without making you feel sweaty. I have long hair and will be using the hood on the robe in the winter to keep my head warm while my hair is drying. I'm 5'8 and the robes length was between my knees and ankles. I wear a size 14 and am curvy, so the robe doesn't seem to shut all the way around the hips. So it's great if you are a male or a woman who isn't very curvy. Not sure where they get one size fits most. It may fit most people, but not if they want the robe to close all the way.
Wed Jan 09 00:00:00 MST 2013gmax8 Rating:5.0
I was deserate to find an all cotton robe at the last minute. This was perfect and the robe arrived in a matter of days. This was just what my daughter wanter. The price was GREAT for such a high quality robe. None of the stores were having sales on the all cotton robes.
Wed Jan 13 00:00:00 MST 2010tulsalibralady Rating:4.0
Purchased for 5'10" 220 lb pants size 38 x 30 jacket size 44 male. Just fit around girth and through shoulders-bit snug. Length mid-calf. Colors are true--bought both tan-praline and chocolate-chestnut. Not heavy weight turkish spa type robes but works fine for gift recipient, who does not like heavy weight robes on shoulders nor thick roll-type collars around neck. Have not washed yet. But no open seams and all edges stitched flat seams so should be no raveling. Good inexpensive alternative for the more heavy weight costly turkish robe.
Sat Jun 14 00:00:00 MDT 2014tuscanychip Rating:2.0
I like that it is soft and comfy and warm enough, yet light weight and not bulky. But....after only a few weeks, one of the pockets has lost almost the stitching down one side. So quality and workmanship are lacking. For the sale price, I'll get out my needle and thread. Had I paid full price, I would be sending it back. I have not washed it yet.
Wed Jun 22 00:00:00 MDT 2011hmbfox Rating:5.0
We recently stayed in a B and B that had these robes in the room, and I loved it much more than the terry robe I had a home. They were for sale $85 there, but half that on Overstock. I am very happy with this robe and highly recommend it. I am a medium sized female and the large/xlarge comes to my ankles, and is big, but I like them that way.
Wed Jan 02 00:00:00 MST 2013bscowler Rating:4.0
Nice little robe, operative word: Little. I didn't realize until after I'd ordered the white robe that no size options were listed on the site. I spoke with a customer service rep who explained that the white robe only came in the Large size. Nice customer service rep, by the way. I bought this robe as a gift for my girlfriend. She says it's super soft, but she's a little perplexed by it's length, or lack thereof. She's about 5' 10", and the bottom of the robe hits her at mid-thigh. Now, that might be comfortable if you're wintering in Arizona, but here in Seattle we like our robes to hit us at mid-calf. Also, I'm not really comfortable with the price I paid for it. Since purchasing the robe I've seen similar ones on sale at the local department stores for around twenty bucks. Overall, it's a decent robe, but you're better off finding one on sale, and where you can see how it fits before purchasing.
Thu Oct 11 00:00:00 MDT 2012dailyalice2 Rating:5.0
Needed a new winter robe--the old terrycloth number was starting to interfere with my balance with its weight--and this turned up on sale. It's a genuine find: soft as my cat's fur, light as a summer garment, and a real augmenter of body heat. Perfect gift as well--who doesn't need a warm robe on a regular basis? (Maybe not my Florida cousins, unless the AC is very high.) And two pockets for those minor items we carry around until we decide to get dressed/go to bed.
Thu Aug 18 00:00:00 MDT 2011tosca9 Rating:2.0
Not a substantial robe -- not full. The man they show in the picture must be 120 pounds for it to wrap around like that. Also, the loop is a little large -- I like a tighter terry. If this is a spa bathrobe, then the spa is from an American 3-star motel (not hotel). It does not feel as if I've wrapped myself into something luxurious. It'll make some good cleaning rags in another year. Should have spent more at a store for a robe on sale.
Wed Nov 23 00:00:00 MST 2011atlantacarol Rating:2.0
This was advertised as a thick luxurious Turkish robe of superior quality. I took it out of the package, which was lighter than expected, to find that the material was very thin...like a cheap towel. The belt's stitching was frayed down half of one side of the belt. This is a very thin, light type of robe which may be okay for summer, but it did not live up to its description at all and is definitely not a value at a $$$ price. The label in the collar does indicate that it is Turkish cotton and made in Turkey, but honestly I bought a robe for my husband on sale after Christmas at Kohls for about $30 a couple of years ago, and it was far better quality and especially for the price paid. I would not recommend this product, and the description is very misleading. This makes me think of a cheap robe you might pick up somewhere like Walmart for $19.99. I returned it immediately.
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