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Onsen Bath Towels

Buying bath towels can be a huge pain, with tons of options and price points available, all with their compromises between softness, absorbency, and quality. Or you could just pick up a set of Onsen Bath Towels. Their no-compromise design based around a distinctive waffle weave with woven pockets maximizes surface area, promoting faster drying and minimizing the chance for bacteria growth. The same design also helps deliver the absorbency you want and softness your skin demands. Made from 100%, Oeko-Tex certified cotton and available in sizes ranging from a 40" x 70" bath sheet to the 14" x 14" face towel.

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  • Hastens Vividus Bed

    We spend more time sleeping than doing anything else. It's also more than a little important for your health. So while the price of the Hastens Vividus Bed is eye-popping, it might just be worth it. Each one is built to order by four master craftsmen in Köping, Sweden, and takes 320 hours to put together. The frame is built from northern Swedish pine, the springs from steel, and the layers of padding from flax, cotton, wool, and horsehair that's been braided by hand then unfurled, helping with both airflow and cushioning. The result is an heirloom-quality bed that's more than the sum of its parts.

  • Mt Saint Helens Eruption Candle

    The 1980 eruption of Washington's Mount St. Helens was the most devastating volcanic event in American history. Not only did the incident cause catastrophic damage to its surroundings, but also produced a landslide, replacing a portion of the terrain with a mile-wide crater. That historic moment is now memorialized in the Mt Saint Helens Eruption Candle. Using LiDAR elevation data and a 3D printer, the cast concrete base is an exact replica of the current state of the mountain, while the candle insert adds the missing summit lost during the eruption. As the candle burns, the melting wax recreates the historic event. Each base comes with two pure beeswax candles made in Portland, Oregon.