100% Linen Bath & Kitchen Towels

By goodlinens

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Diamond Weave towels designed to require less laundering

  • Materials: 100% linen
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry low
  • Will shrink roughly 10% during first machine wash and dry
  • Unbleached and undyed
  • Fast-drying, highly absorbent, and inherently bacteria-resistant
  • Gets softer with repeated use
  • Exfoliating
  • Hand towel is also ideal for use in the kitchen as a hand/dish towel
  • Meets Oeko-Tex 100 standards
  • Made in Lithuania
  • Dimensions: Bath Towel: 53" x 29.5"; Hand Towel: 27.5" x 16.5"; Wash Cloth: 12" x 12"
  • Weight: 0.9 lb.

116 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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very absorbent


The linen is rich and very absorbent. They wash well.




They came very fast! I wash them 1st and I use them in the kitchen. They feel nice, they don't feel cheap or anything. They dry well. I like them!More > < Less


Getting softer with each wash


They dry quickly and I love the fact that they have a loop on them for hanging


Awesome! Feels great, dries quickly


I bought the wash cloth and bath towel. I LOVE them!! Great texture and fast drying. It’s really nice in summer to have a towel that actually dries between showers!More > < Less


Great Towels


These towels are great for drying hands or dishes! Love how fast they dry between uses.

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goodlinens - Linen Bath Towels

About goodlinens

Oh my, quick dry

goodlinens bring all-new meaning to the words towel-dry and quick-dry.

Designed by JoAnne Chirico as an eco-friendly alternative to cotton terry towels, goodlinens are made in Lithuania of 100% linen derived from the flax plant. Why linen? Because linen is highly air-permeable and naturally bacteria-resistant. By air or by machine, goodlinens dry surprisingly fast. They also take up less room in your washer, dryer, and linen closet than ordinary towels.

Wonderfully textured and absorbent, the beautiful diamond weave double-layer design adds sophistication to your bathroom and provides a gentle exfoliating feel for your whole body. Unlike traditional bleached white towels that turn a greyish, yellow color over time, goodlinens' natural colored yarns are just that—the natural color of the fibers inside the flax plant’s stalk. Before first use, wash and tumble dry low to tighten weave for maximum absorbency and optimal softness.

It didn’t take long for our testers to toss their damp and dingy terry towels out with the bath water and hang goodlinens up to dry. Wouldn’t you like to give a lovely-looking, faster-drying towel a try?