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French Terry Wholesale Sweats

Lived-in Luxury. Everyday Comfort.

Our 100% Organic Cotton French terry garments bring all of your favorite parts of our fleece together and turn them into a 3-season midweight layer that your clients will wear year-round.

Luxury without
compromise.

French Terry Wholesale Sweats

Lived-in Luxury. Everyday Comfort.




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What is French Terry?

French terry is a flexible knitted fabric with looped yarns on the interior and a sleek surface on the exterior. This knitted material boasts a breathable, plush texture. French terry fabrics can vary in weight, ranging from medium to heavy, making them lighter than cold-weather sweatpants but heavier than your average t-shirt.


How is French Terry Different?

The main difference between French terry and brushed cotton is the texture. Brushed cotton has been brushed on one or both sides to create a soft, fluffy texture, while French Terry has a smooth surface on the face and unbrushed loops on the underside. French Terry is also typically thicker and more durable than brushed cotton. The looped fabric interior give French terry natural moisture-wicking properties that make it a popular choice for activewear.


Ethically-Made French Terry Fabric

The material composition makes all of the difference for a French terry style. To us, it was essential to source organic cotton when creating our yarn for our fabric. The French terry knitting technique can be manufactured using many types of fibers, and so it is typically blended with toxic synthetics to save a few dollars on fabrication costs. Because our organic cotton is certified, we know the most comprehensive 3rd third-party organic verification has been completed and that our entire supply chain is safe for the environment and people.

Additionally, all of our dyes - including our garment dyes - are Oeko Tex 100 certified. Some garment dyes are toxic and contain harmful ingredients for the environment. We are proud to be the only wholesale supplier offering Oeko Tex 100 certified garment dyed apparel.


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What is a French Terry?

French terry is a knitted fabric with looped yarns on the interior and a smooth, velvety surface on the exterior. This looped knitting technique creates a breathable, yet plush texture. French terry fabrics can vary in weight, ranging from medium to heavy. Our French terry fabric is 330gsm organic cotton, which is lighter than our 400gsm fleece but heavier than a standard T-shirt. The fabric weight, paired with the 100% organic cotton material makes them lightweight and incredibly comfortable. If you would like to see the first 4 products and pricing details from our new French Terry collection you can view that here. Additional colors will be rolled out throughout the summer as we expand the category


Have Questions?

Feel free to reach out to us by clicking the link below and sending us an email. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have and to see how we can best assist.


How is French Terry Different?

The main difference between French terry and brushed cotton is the texture. Brushed cotton has been brushed on one or both sides to create a soft, fluffy texture, while French Terry has a smooth surface on the face and unbrushed loops on the underside. French terry is also typically thicker and more durable than brushed cotton. The looped fabric interior give French terry natural moisture-wicking properties that make it a popular choice for activewear.


Ethically Made French Terry

The material composition makes all of the difference for a French terry style. To us, it was essential to source 100% organic cotton when creating our yarn for our fabric. The French terry knitting technique can be manufactured using many types of fibers, and so it is typically blended with toxic synthetics to save a few dollars on fabrication costs. Because our organic cotton is certified, we know the most comprehensive 3rd third-party organic verification has been completed and that our entire supply chain is safe for the environment and people.

Additionally, all of our dyes - including our garment dyes - are Oeko Tex 100 certified. Some garment dyes are toxic and contain harmful ingredients for the environment. We are proud to be the only wholesale supplier offering Oeko Tex 100 certified garment dyed apparel.


Have Questions?

Feel free to reach out to us by clicking the link below and sending us an email. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have and to see how we can best assist.