Classic or Hooded

Classic or Hooded

Regular price $11.00 USD
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Sustainability

We choose and use fabrics that support today, and tomorrow's world. 60% of our raw materials are sourced from North America. We prioritize minimizing fabric waste, and seasonal over production.

Innovation

We are bringing innovation to bath because it's about time. It's about nurturing. It's in our wipes, our diapers, our strollers, car seats, cribs and carriers. It's in the science of everything in-between and now it's in bath linens by Oneberrie.

Handmade in Canada

We empower our team and our community with opportunity and employment.We have an amazing moms, and people who live and play in Invermere BC.

Quality

We want to make linens that you love and miss on Laundry day. We want to make linens that serve you well and long. We focus on quality and classic, ageless style for real life. Real sizes Real Moments.

Price

$49 for a towel? An easy Amazon search will prove we aren't the cheapest towels on the market but that would be like comparing apples to oranges. Trust that we aren't here to offer the same small square and put a bigger price tag on it. We are proud to be bath linen specialists and make smart towels for little bodies so you'll just need one... or two for laundry day.

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  • What we believe?

    "I believe parents deserve MORE : More Function, More Sharing, More Connections. Modern parents are commited to learning new and better ways to parent and experience. We are committed to offering those new and better ways" SR

    Skip the square and status quo 
  • Who Makes our Products?

    A bunch of very cool women and men make Oneberrie come to life. We want to support people with non-traditional work opportunities. Made, Sewn, Formulated and Packaged in The Rocky mountains of Canada.

    Who Makes your towels 

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Oneberrie acknowledges that we live, work, and play on the traditional territory of the Ktunaxa and Secwepemc in BC