New - Summer - Bath Robes - Under $40
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Sat Aug 03 00:00:00 MDT 2013lakewatcher Rating:3.0
I wouldn't call this a spa robe. The material would be equivalent to inexpensive terry bath towels (like the $4 Walmart kind). I'm XL and the robe is really big on me. A fair price might be $35-$40 to my reckoning. The good side is that it is fairly lightweight terry so it dries faster and is cooler for summer use.
Tue Aug 09 00:00:00 MDT 2011kimdet Rating:5.0
I love my new robe. I had one like it that was several years old and had seen its better days but couldn't find a replacement. Everything else I looked at in stores had a velour feel to it or was lined. I wanted something that was lightweight and just a cotton feel. This fits the bill perfectly! It is a men's small/medium and was a little big for me when I first put it on, but once I rolled up the sleeves a little bit it felt wonderful. It's not too heavy or warm; just what I want for a nice coverup here in Atlanta during the summer!
Fri Dec 09 00:00:00 MST 2011macinnis Rating:4.0
The robe is lovely for summer. I've laundered once - so the color has adjusted etc. but no pilling. The quality of cotton used is superior. Design is nice too - the belt is attached/sewn in at the back which is really nice.
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.
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