SYDNEY, April 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Australian company LOLL has designed a Shark poncho towel for adults via Kickstarter. The Shark towels are available in blue and grey and look like you have been eaten by a shark!
The shark ponchos were inspired by seeing the kids on the beach running around with animal hooded towels on, founder Lara Solomon says, "Sometimes as grown-ups we forget that life is meant to be fun, and dressing up is part of that. This LOLL shark poncho towel is practical in that you can use it as a towel, a changing room and a beach coverup, and the shark aspect adds the fun!"
LOLL the company behind the Shark poncho towels has been around since 2016 with a range of poncho towels for grown-ups that are different to what else is out there - with a hood, a zip down each side so it can be worn like a poncho or unzipped to lie on flat like a towel. Plus there are 2 internal pockets for a mobile, keys and more - which makes heading to the beach or pool very easy.
Made from 100% cotton, the towels are machine washable. The one size will fit most sizes of adult at 80cm wide and 100cm long.
The shark towel Kickstarter campaign has pledges starting at one shark poncho towel, a matching set, or you can even name a shark design and get featured on the website and packaging. Shipping is available worldwide and with delivery in time for the Northern hemisphere summer this has got to be the must have beach accessory this summer!
The shark poncho towels campaign ends on April 16th, if funded they will be produced and 5% of all sales will be donated to Shark Savers (www.sharksavers.org) to help prevent sharks becoming soup. The Shark Poncho Towel Kickstarter campaign is on Kickstarter here https://goo.gl/jGPmcD
More details on the current LOLL poncho towel products visit www.LOLLbeach.com
Notes for Editors
For more information please contact Lara Solomon at LOLL via email email@example.com or phone +61 448 999877
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