Turkish Cotton...

Turkish cotton is premium cotton that has extra long fibers. Using longer fiber cotton in spinning yarn means fewer joins. Fewer joins results in stronger and smoother cotton threads.

Turkish cotton is long fiber cotton and is grown in the small but productive Aegean Region.

Turkish cotton knows for its unique in a way that becomes even softer, fluffier, and more absorbent with successive washings.


Why Turkish Cotton?

In the middle and west side of Anatolia the highest quality cotton in the world is grown. The climate is very suitable for environment cotton, like less rain and more sunny days.

The long lasting texture and natural shine make it the most demanded cotton in the world. Turkish Cotton has long fibers: The fibers of Turkish cotton are naturally narrow in diameter and long, which means more threads can fit into the cloth per square inch.

Turkish Cotton is extremely absorbent: Turkish Cotton has more threads. More threads mean more absorbency. That’s why Turkish Cotton is extremely absorbent, and natural absorbency is better for bathrobes and towels while other less absorbent cotton types are good for t-shirts and other clothing.

Turkish Cotton is incredibly soft: Turkish Cotton is also known as it’s softness without any process, and this can not be matched by other cottons without chemical processing.

Also, towels that are too absorbent tend to become wet in humid climates all by themselves.

Turkish cotton, when used in towels, provides maximum absorbency and efficient drying.