Cotton Color Block Boat Neck - FINAL SALE
Product Benefits + Details
Benefits of Pima Cotton
Commonly called ‘the cashmere of cotton,’ Pima Cotton is known for its softness and durability. Pima Cotton has a wide range of benefits for wherever your adventure takes you.
NEXT TO SKIN COMFORT
Long staple Pima cotton was developed by the Pima Indians of the American Southwest and is a superlative cotton yarn and fabric known for its fineness and durability.
CASHMERE OF COTTON
Similar to Egyptian Cotton, Pima Cotton is the highest quality cotton available domestically and produces high-quality, versatile clothes that go from office to outdoors.
Cotton breathes better than oil-based synthetic fabrics like polyester, so it’s the perfect thing to wear from office to outdoors.
While synthetic fabrics are manufactured with chemicals, cotton is a natural fabric that does not irritate the skin and is often recommended for people with sensitive skin.
NATURAL & ECO-FRIENDLY
Pima Cotton is an all-natural fiber that is entirely renewable and sustainable.
Responsibly and skillfully crafted for long-lasting comfort, Ramblers Way Pima cotton clothing is grown and sewn entirely in America.
Long-staple Pima cotton was developed by the Pima Indians of the American Southwest. Ramblers Way Pima cotton is grown in California’s San Joaquin Valley using pesticide-free and low water growing methods.
Surprisingly Soft Fabric
Commonly called the ‘cashmere of cotton,’ Pima cotton is known for its softness and durability. We start with extra-long fibers that are spun into fine, strong yarns to make our unique 4 and 5.5 ounce Jersey knits, Rib knits and French Terry fabrics.
We use a direct dye process that is water soluble. Our partners are responsible in how they treat their wastewater.
100% Machine Washable + Tumble Dry Low
We’ve made our garments easy to care for so you can be outside on the trail rather than inside doing laundry. Proper care will ensure you enjoy your Ramblers Way clothing for years to come. Hand washing or dry cleaning is not necessary unless otherwise indicated. For best results: