These days we have encountered many cases of the imitation of "Sea Island Cotton." These products have false labeling of its origin and quality, and it is highly possible to conflict with the law for the act of deceiving consumers. The distribution of Sea Island cotton is strictly controlled and the traceability from cotton field to apparel stores has been established. The products made from genuine Sea Island cotton from the Caribbean carry the trademark that we manage.

How to distinguish counterfeits from genuine Sea Island cotton products.

-Is this name tag with the genuine "trademark" attached on the product?

-Is the product made by a company listed as a WISICA Japan's member?

If a product does not conform to above criteria it is possibly a counterfeit item. Please write us if you find a suspicious product or have any question.