News & Opinion | April 26, 2019 12:48 pm

These Surf Towels Are Made From Recycled Bottles, Feature Chris Burkard Photography

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These Surf Towels Are Made From Recycled Bottles, Feature Chris Burkard Photography

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Chris Burkard knows his way around a vista. The ‘gram-famous adventure photographer is running the game right now, routinely dropping shots from Norway, Colorado, New Zealand and everywhere in between.

And now it’s possible to enjoy his shots without having to scroll through your phone, or hanging a print on the wall. Burkard just teamed with towel company Nomadix on a line of surf towels featuring some of his most iconic shots.

Included in the collection are a surfer braving frigid swells off Alaska’s Aleutian Islands, a hiker in Yosemite and bright blue surf. Each towel is made from 100% recycled bottles, measures in at 30″ X 72.5″, and doubles as a yoga towel, thanks to Nomadix’s anti-slip tech. The polyester/nylon mix means these towels will dry four times quicker than a standard cotton towel.

It also should be noted — Burkard isn’t an easy get for a company. He devotes several Instagram posts to tenets of sustainability and conservation, while decrying exploitative practices of companies across the globe. If he’s on board with Nomadix, you know it’s a no-brainer. Plus the towels look cool as heck.