TRIDENT 450 Thread Count Cotton Sheets Set, 4-Piece
Last updated date: September 23, 2020
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These gray cotton sheets offer a wrinkle-resistant technology to keep your bed looking its best. The set is full sized and has deep pockets on the fitted sheet to accommodate most mattresses. A 400-thread count is sure to offer a pleasant night’s sleep. In our analysis of 0 expert reviews, the TRIDENT TRIDENT 450 Thread Count Cotton Sheets Set, 4-Piece placed 4th when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
AIR RICH is a Trident patented technology – AIR RICH yarn is a cotton yarn that has numerous tiny air pockets which provide better breathability to the fabric and helps in moisture management. Sheets made with this technology add to your sleep experience. Cotton is the preferred material as it is soft on the skin and helps absorb moisture. Our superior sheet sets are OEKO-TEK certified skin friendly products. The Soft Comfort range of bed sheet sets are made with the AIR RICH Yarn using the Sateen weave construction and come with a wrinkle resistant finish. This gives them a soft touch, quick dry capability, added breathability, moisture management and durability. This set is available in 3 size choices and 4 color choices. The 400 Thread count construction is luxurious and brings a touch of class to your bedroom.
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An Overview On Cotton Sheets
When choosing cotton sheets, the variety of styles, fabrics and sizes on the market can be overwhelming. It may be helpful to begin your shopping process by narrowing down options by size. After all, you can only use sheets that are made for the bed size you have.
Keep in mind that some fabrics may shrink over time, so something designed to fit a full-sized bed could end up being too small eventually. Read reviews of any sheet set you are considering to lower the chances of this sort of problem.
Next, look at your mattress and determine if you will need deep pocket sheets. If the depth of your mattress at the corners is more than 16 inches, you should be sure to find sheets that say they can accommodate such a size. Most sheet sets claim to fit mattresses up to 16 inches; these may be called “deep pocket” sets, but realize that there are larger sizes available, too.
When buying sheets, you should also be familiar with the concept of thread count. Essentially, thread count is the number of threads that are woven into a 1-inch square of fabric. You should know that a higher thread count is not necessarily better. Some sources recommend aiming for thread counts between 200 and 400, with the knowledge that anything higher may just cost more and not offer additional quality. Some higher-end sheets are worthwhile, however; it really depends on what you are looking for.
There are also many types of cotton, like jersey (t-shirt material), sateen and Egyptian cotton. If possible, order fabric swatches or go to a local store with sheets on display and touch each type before ordering a sheet set online.
DWYM Fun Fact
Believe it or not, cotton sheets have a ply number in addition to their thread count rating. Much like with toilet paper, the ply of a sheet indicates how many layers of thread are woven together to make the sheet.
When it comes to sheets, though, the threads are actually twisted together before the sheet is woven. Say you have a 400-thread count sheet that is two-ply. This allows manufacturers to claim their sheets are 800-thread count. Many sheets over 400-thread count are actually two- or three-ply!
The Cotton Sheet Buying Guide
- Measure your mattress before you order sheets. Make sure that you have its size correct, and that the sheets you plan to buy will fit.
- Check the depth of your mattress at the corners; if it’s over 16 inches, find deep pocket sheets.
- Consider ordering different sheets for summer than for winter, particularly if you live in an area with varied weather patterns. Some heavier cottons may be more comfortable in cooler months. Jersey cotton is a good choice for the summer.
- If you find a set of sheets that you absolutely love, consider ordering them in several colors.