These microfiber sheets are true to size (twin xl), the seams appear strong and tight, and the set generously came with two standard pillow cases. The red is a nice, true red, not too bright and not muddy either. That being said, the microfiber does not feel silky/soft, so much as institutional or cheap. It reminds me of banquet hall polyester napkins, though a but thinner. Also, I worry about it pilling if washed with other kinds of materials, like most clothes, but that is just speculation so far. I had never tried "microfiber" sheets before, and basically am concluding they are just another form of polyester. Ok for the money, especially as the young boy who is using them can't tell the difference, but nothing to seek out in the future, and definitely to avoid for myself.
these are great sheets. they are nice and soft and all that. i bought them for my dorm room and the mattress that uconn provides is sort of covered in this nylon stuff that makes the sheets slide around, but that can be solved by putting one of those tempurpedic things under the sheets. i gotta great bed man dude imma go take a map
I don't know what kind of fabric is used in these sheets, but I don't like the way they feel. The fabric looks like some kind of thin polyester. The sheets do fit a hospital bed and the color is as advertised. If these sheets are my only choice in the future, I will take a set of regular twin sheets and sew on an extension. I needed XL Twin sheets quickly so will not be returning them. I will also not be buying a second set.