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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by mhambi, Feb 4, 2013.
Cotton. Heavy. Well made.
Who has time for a bathrobe??? If I need to be barely dressed, I'll toss on some sweats. No draft up yer legs in sweats.
Honestly, I don't think I've ever worn a bathrobe. Even while taking a bath!
Normally I just run around the house in full commando mode...
But many, many years ago we (college friends & spouses) were in Thailand for a wedding. The groom's family treated us to a stay at Pattaya beach. The hotel had the thickest, plushest bathrobe I had ever seen, then or since. I assumed it was made locally (or at least imported from Cambodia or Vietnam or even Burma, IDK).
YES! I want to know too. My wife buys these thin crappy poly ones and they don't absorb water like a robe should. The water just kind of sits there against my skin. Give me a plush thirsty robe please!
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Do what I do.
Grab the nearest sheep and wrap it around you.
Bought my wife a Thirsty Towels bathrobe. Not as soft as I thought it would be, but really heavy! Not sure where they rank in comparison to other higher end bathrobes.
Wanna do that one over?
I have a Ralph Lauren Polo robe that I have had for over five years. Seems like the more I wear it the better it feels. It wasn't cheap though.
I received the same for Christmas.....about 20 years ago. It is still in the rotation.
Duluth Trading Company - Firehose/Fleece Lined Bathrobe. Very heavy and warm. Rugged, too. I love mine.
Relevant discussion on robes at the 1:07 mark
[email protected] I love that bit.
"You can dunk the belt in the toilet."
That's like asking a man what brand his shirt is. How on earth would he know?
I gotta ask - how many sheep are near you when you need coverage, and why are they there?
I bet you'd look hot in this, mhambi.
Hugh Hefner's seamstress doubtlessly makes the world's best bathrobes.
i don't know how good they are but thinkgeek.com has some pretty awesome robes.
One option is to go to or call a hotel gift shop and check out if they sell the ones they keep in the suites. They are usually great, but I dont remember the brand.
I've had some really nice robes in Bangkok, New Orleans (one nicer than the other in the same room), and on a Carnival Cruise. Some nice hotels will sell you the robe, or tell you where you can get them.
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