Pima cotton (Alm. Pima-Baumwolle, Fr. coton pima, English pima cotton) is an extra long fiber American-Egyptian cotton. Pima cotton, also called extra long staple (ELS), is a type of cotton grown primarily in Peru, the southwestern United States, and Australia. It is considered one of the superior blends of cotton and is extremely durable and absorbent. This type of cotton is named after the Pima, a group of American Indians who first cultivated plants in the United States, but the roots and first cultivation of cotton are in Peru. Pima cotton is a type of cotton known as extra long staple cotton.
Textile and clothing products produced from PIMA cotton have much higher strength. The fineness of PIMA cotton, on the other hand, enables more fibers to be spun at the given yarn count, and this increases the softness, drape and color brightness of the fabric. Pima cotton, in special climates and regions; Pima cotton, which can only be grown when very special conditions come together, provides a comfortable wearing experience with its extra-long fiber structure while maintaining its vitality for a long time thanks to its high strength feature. Pima Cotton, which was first grown by the Pima people in America, owes its name to these wise natives who learned to speak with the land, and appeals to people who prefer to dress naturally as well as high quality.
Pima Cotton, which was used only in a regional area when it started to be grown in certain regions of America in the 1700s, spread all over the world with the development of trade networks at the beginning of the 20th century. Only when grown in very wet areas and in special climatic conditions can premium pima cotton be obtained; In the company of modern techniques, pima cotton is transformed into comfortable clothes that can be worn throughout all four seasons. Pima cotton can be worn in all seasons with its perfect softness, breathable structure and thin form, while maintaining warmth thanks to its unique yarn structure. Pima cotton is not easily deformed because it has a fiber structure that is 50% longer than standard cotton types.
- %100 Pima Cotton 170 g/m²
- %100 Pima 195 g/m²
- 89% Pima, 11% EA 165 cm 125 g/m²
- 43,5% Pima, 43,5% MicModal, 13% EA 140 cm 255 g/m²
- %50 Pima, %50 Micromodal 125 cm 140 g/m²
- %100 Pima 190 cm 75 g/m²