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Material: Ultra-fine Polyester Fiber (polyester). Super soft for your kids's delicate skin and quick drying your little ones, no wrong your kids catch cold after bath or swim.
Size: 23.7 Inches (L) X 23.7 Inches (W) X 11.4 Inches (H). Suitable for 2-7 years old or 30.7-51.18 inches in height children, not only allowing enough space for children to grow up, but also wrapping around your little child to keep your baby warm.
Performance: Thick fabric with strong absorbency, the surface fibres of the towel are evenly dense and soft. It has a hood and a four-way buckle on each side, making it easy to put on.
Applicable Scene: Bathroom, seaside, swimming pool, not only a beach towel, but also can be used as a cloak, bath towel, bathrobe, towel, etc.
Washing Instructions: Hand wash or machine wash, do not chlorine bleach, hang to dry, do not iron.
Interesting patterns: With a fun design both kids and parents will love, this comfy bath towel is great for the home, the beach or the pool. The versatile hooded towel can be worn as a poncho or a bathrobe and it can even be used as a washcloth. Handy corner pockets let kids keep this cool towel wrapped comfortably around them.
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