Legends Luxury™ Dot Supima® Cotton Bath Towel
A subtle dot pattern gives these bath towels an elegant style. Jacquard woven of Supima®—the cashmere of cotton—these towels are plush and absorbent with a luxurious feel.
- Luxurious and super soft, absorbent and plush
- 100% long-staple American-grown Supima® cotton
- 600 GSM
- Jacquard woven dotted pattern
- Can have a monogram
- Designed to coordinate with our Legends® Luxury Sterling Bath Collection, each sold separately
- Made in Turkey
- Washcloth (Set of 2): 12 in. x 12 in.
- Hand Towel: 16 in. x 30 in.
- Bath Towel: 30 in. x 56 in.
- Bath Sheet: 39 in. x 68 in.
- Machine wash cold, dark colors separately
- Do not bleach
- Tumble dry low
- New towels tend to lint at first but after several washes, lint will diminish
- Avoid household cleansers, facial cleansers, and toothpaste that contain Benzoyl Peroxide Retinol, Alpha Hydroxy acids, or Hydrogen Peroxide as these can cause color changes on the towel
GSM - Grams per square meter is the weight of a fabric if you take a one meter by one meter square piece and weight it in grams. A towel with higher GSM will be denser and more absorbent than a towel with low GSM. In a blanket or throw, a low GSM indicates lightweight.
Jacquard Woven - Jacquard fabric features a raised pattern that is woven onto the fabric. The jacquard loom allows for the weaving of hundreds of threads to create designs rather than printing them on the surface. Popular jacquard designs include damasks, florals, and geometrics.
Long-staple Cotton Yarn - A long-staple cotton yarn means that it doesn't break therefore it won't lint as much. It is more pure, fine, durable and softer than traditional cotton which is made extra soft during the spinning process. Supima® cotton and Egyptian cotton are considered long-staple cottons.
Supima Cotton - Only the top 3% of all cotton grown in the USA earns the label of Supima®—superior pima. All Supima® is 100% American grown pima cotton, prized for its incredible softness, durability, and ability to absorb moisture and retain color. Fun fact, The Company Store® and “Pima’s” first cotton farm were both “born” in the same year, 1911.
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