Super 150 Thread Count For Optimal Wear

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Here at Hundred Dollar Suits, we feature a thread count of Super 120's-150's. We have chosen these thread counts for the best comfort and durability for you. If you're unsure what thread count has to do with suit care, read on. Here's why we use a Super 150 thread count for optimal wear.

The Basics of Thread Count

You'll find thread count on products other than suits, such as sheets. A thread count refers to the number of threads used per square inch. It lets people know the fineness or thinness of the individual threads spun into the yarn, which is woven into the cloth used for sewing suits, sheets, etc. The higher the number, the thinner the fibers, hence the smoother and more comfortable the cloth feels. After a certain point thread count doesn't really matter -- if you buy sheets that are 800 vs 900 thread count, they'll feel the same. But for suits, there is an optimal thread count range for comfort and durability.

What is Super 150 Thread Count?

Suits generally range from 80-180 thread count for optimal wear. So, how are we at Hundred Dollar Suits doing in this department? Pretty great. Super 150 thread count is an excellent number to be at; Super 120 is as well. This is because you want a suit that is comfortable for every day wear, but you also want it to hold up. If a suit's thread count is too high, the material is much thinner, meaning it's easier to tear it. If a suit's thread count is too low, it won't be fun to walk around in.


Now we’ve learned what a super 150 thread count means for your suit. Although there are a few other factors which determine a suit’s quality -- including the actual fiber sewn into its cloth -- a Super 150 thread count will ensure the best wear for your suit.

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