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FIGISCO specialized in women, men, baby and childrenswear design and manufacturing using high quality materials.

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Our Cotton

We work with all types of fibers but we specialize in the use of high quality cottons such as Pima, Tangüis and organic. These materials are used by renowned and prestigious brands looking for the highest quality standards.  FIGISCO has extensive experience using these materials as well as the advantage of being located in close proximity to the suppliers.

  Pima Cotton

Peruvian Pima Cotton, originating from the north of the country, is currently considered the best cotton in the world due to the length, softness and strength of the fiber.

 

Cultivated in the ideal climate of northern Peru, Peruvian Pima cotton fibers are thinner, contain less moisture, are hypoallergenic and have a natural shine. This differentiates it from other types of cotton fibers, making it softer to the touch and giving it a delicacy that can be perceived with the naked eye. Being 25 – 100% longer than common cotton fibers makes it more resistant and durable to daily wear and tear. Additionally, the cotton is hand-picked which increases the purity of the fibers and gives it a truly white finish. 

 

 

  Tangüis Cotton

Tangüis cotton, grown in central and southern Peru, has a bright white color and a long fiber giving it a high level of resistance.

 

While not quite as fine as Pima cotton, Tangüis cotton is comparable to 47 and 67 Egyptian cotton. Therefore, the Tangüis fiber is used extensively in international markets to manufacture high quality clothing. 

 Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is grown in fertile soil without the use of chemical fertilizers or insecticides. The seeds used have not been genetically modified, the cotton is hand-picked and there are no toxic chemicals used during the production process. 

 

The growing, harvesting and production process must be carefully adhered to in order to be labeled Organic Cotton and certified by specialized agencies. 

 

Moreover, the process of organic farming is beneficial to the environment, workers and consumers as the process is less harmful to the environment and reduces the presence of allergens.