Vintage Tribal is a warm olive - khaki with cream accents.
Pacific Tapa is a Fijian inspired print in blues, blacks and a warm white.
Boho Lei is flirty and slimming with a heather grey background and white floral pattern.
Botanicals fun blast of colors goes with almost every top in your closest.
Paia Beach Glass is a combo of aqua and light blues.
Islander Grey is a sand toned grey that works well as a neutral addition.
Wailea green is warm and rich with light green accents
Black Batik is our most popular print; flattering and versatile.
Teaberry has a slightly washed look and bridges the gap between pink and red.
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RipWrap Travel Towels
Out of the success of RipSkirt Hawaii, springs RipWrap: a beach, travel, and training towel. We keep finding new uses for the RipWrap and believe it will become your next “don’t leave home without it” travel accessory.
We used an absorbent, quick-dry, microfiber fabric with a smooth finish that magically resists sand. We then printed beach-inspired patterns on the front and gave you a choice of a yoga series or stretch and strength routine on the backs to create a towel like no other!
A Velcro-sealed pocket sits flush against your hip when wrapped around your waist. It’s perfect for your keys, wallet, and even a large smartphone. That’s right, no more wondering where to stash essentials at the beach or pool.
One of our favorite features of RipWrap is that it folds to a fraction of the size of a comparable terry-cloth towel, making it the perfect packable towel for your trip to the beach, the gym, or your next tropical adventure!
- Travel towel 29” x 61” Great weight and drape to tie sarong style
- Packs tightly in a fraction of the space of terry cloth towel
- Doubles as a lightweight plane blanket
- Flush, subtle, velcro pocket is roomy enough for a large phone 8.5” x 5”
- Exercise routine mat for travel - lay it on your hotel floor for a quick post-flight workout
- Perfect lightweight toddler beach blanket
- Motivational mat when you just can’t get to the gym