Ilima Microfiber Towel
Sida fallax or ʻIlima kū kahakai (shoreline ʻilima) is indigenous to Hawaiʻi and is the island flower of Oʻahu. 'Ilima can be found thriving on Hawaiʻi’s shorelines in varying weather conditions. ʻIlima is associated with the goddess of hula, Laka, and is a kinolau (earthly form) of the god Kāne.
Light weight sand free suede microfiber towels. Made from recycled polyester sourced from post-consumer plastic water bottles.
The use of material type helps to reduce carbon emissions and gives plastic bottles a second life, avoiding them ending up in oceans and landfills.
Towels are double sided and measure 90cm x 180cm (~34in x 70in)