The SOL Organics sheets are made up of 100% long staple organic cotton. With a 300 thread count and a 60s yarn count, these sheets are designed to mix the pleasure of comfort with longevity. Yarn count is simply a measure of how fine the yarn is. 60s is closer to the high end of yarn counts.
Also, SOL sheets use a non-GMO seed to grow their cotton. There are no harmful pesticides or fertilizers used to grow their cotton. SOL uses a sateen weave that is designed to improve air flow, cooling, and feel.
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Sol Organics Sheet Set
What I liked about the Sol Sheets
1st off they are nice and soft. That’s one of the things I look for most in a sheet set. Then everything else about the sheets adds to the excitement. They are 100% organic cotton. This is better for the environment and for the user. The overall quality of the sheets is well above average and the price is fair. Being higher end plus all natural the price of the Sol sheets is great. We’ve actually had a set for 6-7 months now and we wash them weekly. They have help up very well and get even softer the more we wash them.
Sōl donates $7.50 to one of four charities you nominate,
with every bedsheet you purchase.
SOL Organics Trial and More
Shipping – free shipping. Typically 2-7 business days.
Trial Period – 30 nights
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SOL Company Info
Founded by two friends in Minneapolis, SOL is a startup with an innovative pricing formula that’s causing a lot of traditional retailers to lose sleep:
“Organic luxury from $99”.
With a background in sustainable fibers and a passion for creating beautiful, useful products, we aim to revolutionize organic linens.
Our mantra: Organic for the Planet, Fair Trade for the Farmer, & Awesome for You.
“We saw the gimmickry around thread counts, lack of supply chain transparency and the markups being taken by companies on the certified organic cotton premium,” said Vishal Naithani, a founder of SOL. “Either the sheets were well made and overpriced, or they were made with inflated thread counts using conventional cotton, which has devastating human and environmental effects.”
We knew there had to be a better way.
To get it right, we bought sheets from high-end retailers, such as Frette, Pottery Barn and Macys. Then we sent them to a top international textile lab, which analyzed their thread counts, staple, weave and construction.
The common finding? Luxury sheets featuring long-staple cotton, single-ply construction and a 300 thread count offer a softer, smoother surface. However, the majority of sheets over 400 thread count had floating threads, called picks, used to inflate the thread count without enhancing quality or comfort.
Source: solorganix website
We highly recommend these sheets. As they are priced extremely competitive in the organic sheet space. The other benefits of being organic are fantastic for the environment and healthier to sleep on. In additon they donate with every purchase made.
The feel and quality are above average for the price as well. We now have two sets of SOL and alternate them and have for the last 6-7 months.