Laguna Beach Textile Co Supima Cotton Bath Towel Set, 3-Piece

Last updated date: June 28, 2021

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9.0

Laguna Beach Textile Co Supima Cotton Bath Towel Set, 3-Piece

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We looked at the top Pima Cotton Bath Towels and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Pima Cotton Bath Towel you should buy.

Update as June 28, 2021:
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Overall Take

These extra thick and plush towels use zero-twist, long staple cotton to achieve unbeatable softness and absorbency. At an impressive 730 grams per square meter (GSM), these towels are heavier so that they can absorb more water and provide a high-level experience.


In our analysis, the Laguna Beach Textile Co Laguna Beach Textile Co Supima Cotton Bath Towel Set, 3-Piece placed 2nd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

EXTRA THICK AND PLUSH: 100% premium, American-grown cotton - With premium cotton, towels are thicker and plusher than the average hand or makeup towels. The ultimate in luxury. Made with 730 grams-per-square-meter (GSM) of premium, American-grown Supima cotton. ZERO-TWIST, LONG STAPLE COTTON - Using zero-twist, long-staple cotton, these towel cotton fibers don’t need to be twisted to hold together, making them more absorbent, softer, and highly durable. MACHINE WASHABLE: Easy to clean and maintain, these plush cotton makeup towels should be washed in cold on a delicate cycle to help retain colors, softness, and vibrancy. AMERICAN GROWN, AMERICAN MADE: We’re a small, American-based company made up of our founder and four part-time, remote employees from across the country. Shop Small. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: We’re dedicated to complete customer satisfaction. Don’t love your purchase? Please contact us directly and we will take car of it!

An Overview On Pima Cotton Bath Towels

When it comes to buying towels, a lot of terminology can be confusing. If you’ve settled on pima cotton, it can be helpful to learn a bit more about the fabric to make the most informed purchase decision.

Pima cotton is similar to Egyptian cotton, in that it has long fibers. When woven together, they produce softer and more durable material.

Ordinary cotton can feel a little scratchy and develop pilling after multiple washes, which is due to the short fibers of ordinary or standard cotton. Pima fibers are about 50% longer and are made from the fluffiest part of the bulb, which makes pima cotton products much softer.

While it is typically more expensive, pima cotton products also last longer and deliver a more comfortable experience, whether as linens, sheets or towels.

When shopping for pima cotton towels specifically, one critical consideration is weight, which is similar to the way that thread count is important when buying sheets. Weight in towels is measured in grams per square meter, or GSM, which indicates how dense the towel is. A denser towel indicates more fluff and absorbency. High GSM towels also dry faster. GSM ranges from 300-900.

The Pima Cotton Bath Towel Buying Guide

  • In addition to GSM, pay attention to the amount of twist in the fibers. Low-twist or no-twist construction typically indicates higher absorbency and faster drying times.
  • The towel’s weave can affect comfort, absorbency and look and feel. Waffle weaves, ribbed weaves and other modern innovative weaves can give your towels, and therefore your bathroom, a unique look and a different experience.
  • Pima cotton lasts longer, but how long colors stay bright depends on the manufacturer and your care of the towels. Less frequent washing at cooler temperatures and on gentler cycles will help both colors and towels last longer.