The US Cotton (Supima Cotton)
The U.S. cultivates a special kind of “premium” cotton, with extra-soft and extra-long staple fibers called the “Supima” cotton.
Along with being the finest and softest cotton in the world, it is stronger, softer, and more durable than regular cotton. It makes up less than 1% of the world’s cotton production.
Why Supima Cotton fiber is more popular?
Supima Cotton world’s finest cotton fiber.
Why choose Supima?
- Color Retention
- Ease of Care
The Egyptian Cotton (Giza Cotton)
A benchmark of quality in the cotton industry, Egyptian cotton is known for its particular “lustrous type of cotton” with extra-long-staple fibers. The fabric is resistant to wear and tear, ultra-durable, and wrinkle-resistant. It makes up just 3% of the world’s cotton production.
Difference between Supima Cotton and Egyptian cotton
|Extra-soft and extra-long staple cotton, Premium natural fiber||Lustrous and extra-long staple cotton|
|Benchmark of luxury, quality & craftmanship, Resists pulling, breaking and tearing||High water absorbency & wrinkle resistant|
|100% American-grown||100% certified Egyptian cotton|
|Represents < 1% of world’s cotton||Represents < 3% of world’s cotton|
|Used for consumer fashion and home products||Used for home textiles|
Article source – Birla Century