Hotelier Prestigio™ is coming up with a new Supima® series bed sheet with using the Supima® cotton, which ranks in the top one percent of the finest grade cotton available on the planet!
Supima® is a rare, premium natural fiber. It is grown on approximately 500 family owned farms, many of which are passed down from generation to generation. Their land is their legacy and great care is taken to preserve the health of the soil and conserve the water that nourishes it.
Supima® cotton is a superior type of cotton grown in the USA. It represents less than 1% of cotton grown in the world. What makes Supima® unique to other cottons is the extra-long staple fiber that gives the cotton its premium properties: Strength, Softness and Color retention.
Brands that use Supima® cotton in their products reference Supima® content in many different ways. If it’s made with Supima® cotton you will most likely find it on the product label, in the product description on the web or on store displays.
All Supima® cotton is premium, extra-long staple cotton. Egyptian cotton only references the country of origin and does not impart any measure of quality. A minimal amount of Egyptian cotton is extra-long staple, but the majority of Egyptian cotton is of a long-staple or a regular cotton variety.
Supima® cotton is farmed using state-of-the-art technology and processes. From GPS navigation used on tractors to plant and harvest the cotton, to satellite technology and soil monitors, Supima® farmers ensure they are growing the best quality cotton in the world with as little impact on the environment as possible.
Not all cottons are equal. Supima® and regular cotton are in fact two different and distinct species of cotton. The most common type of cotton grown around the world typically has a fiber length of only about 1 inch, whereas Supima® cotton’s fiber averages 1.5 inches. Shorter fibers produce yarns that are rougher and subject to pilling on the surface of the product, while longer fibers contribute to the strength and softness of apparel and home products, ensuring that they are more comfortable, retain color longer and resist pilling over time.
Products made with Supima® cotton ensure that you are buying a premium product that will last for years to come. With its indulgently soft touch, natural resilency and rich deep color, Supima® cotton is a luxury fiber that improves the quality and life of your product.
At retail, Pima is a generic term for “better” cotton, but it does not necessarily mean it is made with an extra-long staple cotton. Supima® is the trademark used to promote American-grown, extra-long staple cotton. To bear the Supima® trademark, products must be sourced through a licensed supply chain.
Yes, Supima® cotton is grown only in the west and southwest states of California, Arizona, Texas and New Mexico.
You can treat Supima® in the same way you care for your regular cotton items. The more you wash and wear it, the more you will experience the Supima® difference. The softness of Supima® is enhanced through use and wear, and together with the durability and lasting color, Supima® products stand out among the other items in the closet.
The length of the cotton makes for smoother fabrics that feel lusciously soft and only get softer with time.
On average Supima® cotton is 45% stronger than conventional cottons. The longer staple cotton resists pilling or breaking, resulting in incredibly resilient products that last.
Supima® long staple cotton absorb dye at a more even and uniform rate, which means wash after wash your towels will hold onto their rich colors.
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