Turkish Cotton

Made from Turkish cotton and bamboo, this lightweight, organic bamboo towel dries you—and itself—off quickly. The bamboo fibers are moisture wicking and absorbent, woven loosely so to minimize harboring moisture and bacteria. The Turkish cotton not only looks beautiful, but also feels soft-as-a-blanket on your skin. You might not think of a towel as the impetus for innovation, but this towel is the product of meticulous design. A group of engineers spent months honing the perfect recipe for strength and durability. They studied weaves and patterns to enhance the towel’s feel and fold. Each Doga Towel has a lightweight, slim profile that makes them especially easy to pack. They fold down to a third of their size. Slip one into your gym bag for some post workout freshening up or into your backpack for a hike. Wherever you take one, drying off deliciously soft.

Doga Towels

Anti-Microbial Bamboo Towel

Turkish Cotton

Made from Turkish cotton and bamboo, this lightweight, organic bamboo towel dries you—and itself—off quickly. The bamboo fibers are moisture wicking and absorbent, woven loosely so to minimize harboring moisture and bacteria. The Turkish cotton not only looks beautiful, but also feels soft-as-a-blanket on your skin. You might not think of a towel as the impetus for innovation, but this towel is the product of meticulous design. A group of engineers spent months honing the perfect recipe for strength and durability. They studied weaves and patterns to enhance the towel’s feel and fold. Each Doga Towel has a lightweight, slim profile that makes them especially easy to pack. They fold down to a third of their size. Slip one into your gym bag for some post workout freshening up or into your backpack for a hike. Wherever you take one, drying off deliciously soft.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Doga Towels to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 10:10 AM

    We're super grateful to be on here. Ask away!

  • Alex
    Alex
    5/3/2017 10:23 AM

    As an owner of a few Doga Towels, I'm really happy with them. They're perfect for the gym since they're compact and really soft. I definitely recommend this product.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 12:11 PM

    @Alex thank so much! All we want people to be is happy with their Dogas! This means a lot.

  • Cyrilla
    Cyrilla
    5/3/2017 11:27 AM

    How are they cared for? Are they "toss in the wash" like traditional towels? Or "soak in boiling water occasionally" like microfiber towels?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 11:53 AM

    @Cyrilla Dogas are easy to care for: they can be washed and dried just as you do the rest of your laundry or traditional towels.

  • John
    John
    5/3/2017 11:34 AM

    Will you be releasing smaller versions of the Doga Sports Towel in the near future? If NO, can I trim the Towel to my specific application WITHOUT fraying or other damage to the towel?

    John

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 12:53 PM

    @John We're planning to launch a line of smaller sizes mid-summer, and are raising on Indiegogo right now to do so. Dogas are woven, so if you alter them you also have to sew/hem them to prevent fraying.

  • Kate
    Kate
    5/3/2017 12:10 PM

    This seems a little expensive compared to other bamboo towels I've bought. Will you be lowering your prices once you get going?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 1:04 PM

    Hi @Kate. So, the short answer is, not in the foreseeable future. Currently our towels are hand woven. We're in the process of seeing whether we can replicate the quality and openness of our weave on machine looms. If we can, then the price would go down, but our priority will always be to achieve the quality we worked two years to perfect.

  • Jeff
    Jeff
    5/3/2017 12:25 PM

    Hello! Dryer sheets okay? Or no.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 1:07 PM

    @Jeff Yes, dryer sheets are okay, though over time the fabric softener can build up on the towel and affect the absorbency. Every couple of months you can add a cup of vinegar to your rinse cycle to remove excess detergent/fabric softener.

  • Jeanne
    Jeanne
    5/3/2017 12:43 PM

    Are the colors shown the only ones available?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 1:08 PM

    @Jeanne Yes, just black, white, and ecru.

  • Sandra
    Sandra
    5/3/2017 1:12 PM

    I wish someone would make towels.. three times the size they do.. Heavier people need big towels but we can't find them any place.. Is it possible you could make some?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 1:27 PM

    @Sandra you can check the dimensions of our towel to see if they are right for you, but you are absolutely speaking to a community and need that should be served! We have customers of all shapes and sizes, and they all look sexy in the Doga!

  • Bobbi
    Bobbi
    5/3/2017 1:25 PM

    What size is this towel in inches?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 2:30 PM

    @Bobbi They are 69"x 32"

  • Laura
    Laura
    5/3/2017 2:12 PM

    Two questions...

    (1) The sport towel is listed as the same size as the more expensive towel. Is that correct?

    (2) I've had other bamboo towels that after repeated washings become misshapen and won't lay flat. Do these towels retain their shape over the months and years of use and washings?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 2:34 PM

    @Laura

    (1) Yes, the two types of towels are the same size, with the classic towel having tassels at both ends.

    (2) The towels retain their shape and size over time, and actually get softer. Years later, I'm still using some of the first Dogas, and they're just as they were the first time!

  • Jeannie
    Jeannie
    5/3/2017 2:14 PM

    Hi Rebecca. It appears the dimensions of both the sport towel and the towel are the same. Is this true? I was under the assumption that the sport towel was smaller.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 2:36 PM

    @Jeannie The sport towel does not have tassels finishing the ends, but the drying surface of both styles is the same size for each.

  • Torben
    Torben
    5/3/2017 3:06 PM

    Where are they made?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 3:11 PM

    @Torben Doga was engineered and designed in Boston, Mass, and woven in Turkey.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Doga Towels

Anti-Microbial Bamboo Towel

Turkish Cotton

Made from Turkish cotton and bamboo, this lightweight, organic bamboo towel dries you—and itself—off quickly.

The bamboo fibers are moisture wicking and absorbent, woven loosely so to minimize harboring moisture and bacteria. The Turkish cotton not only looks beautiful, but also feels soft-as-a-blanket on your skin.

You might
not think of a towel as the impetus for innovation, but this towel is the product of meticulous design. A group of engineers spent months honing the perfect recipe for strength and durability. They studied weaves and patterns to enhance the towel’s feel and fold.

Each Doga Towel has a lightweight, slim profile that makes them especially easy to pack. They fold down to a third of their size. Slip one into your gym bag for some post workout freshening up or into your backpack for a hike.

Wherever you take one, drying off deliciously soft.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Doga Towels to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 10:10 AM

    We're super grateful to be on here. Ask away!

  • Alex
    Alex
    5/3/2017 10:23 AM

    As an owner of a few Doga Towels, I'm really happy with them. They're perfect for the gym since they're compact and really soft. I definitely recommend this product.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 12:11 PM

    @Alex thank so much! All we want people to be is happy with their Dogas! This means a lot.

  • Cyrilla
    Cyrilla
    5/3/2017 11:27 AM

    How are they cared for? Are they "toss in the wash" like traditional towels? Or "soak in boiling water occasionally" like microfiber towels?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 11:53 AM

    @Cyrilla Dogas are easy to care for: they can be washed and dried just as you do the rest of your laundry or traditional towels.

  • John
    John
    5/3/2017 11:34 AM

    Will you be releasing smaller versions of the Doga Sports Towel in the near future? If NO, can I trim the Towel to my specific application WITHOUT fraying or other damage to the towel?

    John

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 12:53 PM

    @John We're planning to launch a line of smaller sizes mid-summer, and are raising on Indiegogo right now to do so. Dogas are woven, so if you alter them you also have to sew/hem them to prevent fraying.

  • Kate
    Kate
    5/3/2017 12:10 PM

    This seems a little expensive compared to other bamboo towels I've bought. Will you be lowering your prices once you get going?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 1:04 PM

    Hi @Kate. So, the short answer is, not in the foreseeable future. Currently our towels are hand woven. We're in the process of seeing whether we can replicate the quality and openness of our weave on machine looms. If we can, then the price would go down, but our priority will always be to achieve the quality we worked two years to perfect.

  • Jeff
    Jeff
    5/3/2017 12:25 PM

    Hello! Dryer sheets okay? Or no.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 1:07 PM

    @Jeff Yes, dryer sheets are okay, though over time the fabric softener can build up on the towel and affect the absorbency. Every couple of months you can add a cup of vinegar to your rinse cycle to remove excess detergent/fabric softener.

  • Jeanne
    Jeanne
    5/3/2017 12:43 PM

    Are the colors shown the only ones available?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 1:08 PM

    @Jeanne Yes, just black, white, and ecru.

  • Sandra
    Sandra
    5/3/2017 1:12 PM

    I wish someone would make towels.. three times the size they do.. Heavier people need big towels but we can't find them any place.. Is it possible you could make some?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 1:27 PM

    @Sandra you can check the dimensions of our towel to see if they are right for you, but you are absolutely speaking to a community and need that should be served! We have customers of all shapes and sizes, and they all look sexy in the Doga!

  • Bobbi
    Bobbi
    5/3/2017 1:25 PM

    What size is this towel in inches?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 2:30 PM

    @Bobbi They are 69"x 32"

  • Laura
    Laura
    5/3/2017 2:12 PM

    Two questions...

    (1) The sport towel is listed as the same size as the more expensive towel. Is that correct?

    (2) I've had other bamboo towels that after repeated washings become misshapen and won't lay flat. Do these towels retain their shape over the months and years of use and washings?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 2:34 PM

    @Laura

    (1) Yes, the two types of towels are the same size, with the classic towel having tassels at both ends.

    (2) The towels retain their shape and size over time, and actually get softer. Years later, I'm still using some of the first Dogas, and they're just as they were the first time!

  • Jeannie
    Jeannie
    5/3/2017 2:14 PM

    Hi Rebecca. It appears the dimensions of both the sport towel and the towel are the same. Is this true? I was under the assumption that the sport towel was smaller.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 2:36 PM

    @Jeannie The sport towel does not have tassels finishing the ends, but the drying surface of both styles is the same size for each.

  • Torben
    Torben
    5/3/2017 3:06 PM

    Where are they made?

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca – Special Guest
    5/3/2017 3:11 PM

    @Torben Doga was engineered and designed in Boston, Mass, and woven in Turkey.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.