It's a worrying thought that the textile industry is one of the biggest polluters on the planet.
The clothing industry emits 1.26 billion tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere every year, accounting for over 10% of global carbon emissions as well as damaging ecosystems and the livelihoods of those who live nearby.
Bamboo is a fast growing organic crop that produces high outputs without requiring large inputs of water, energy or chemicals. When turned into clothing, it produces an extraordinarily soft fabric that is the most comfortable in our collection.
Sustainable Growth Crop
Bamboo is the fastest growing wood crop in the world, producing incredibly high yield outputs with low resource input. It requires low water, no chemicals and limited space compared to cotton.
Bamboo clothingis to cotton what cashmere is to wool, a luxuriously soft feel that lightly glides over your skin.
Moisture wick and thermo-regulatory properties makes this item suitable for almost every environment, keeping skin comfortable and dry.
Fast growth crop
Bamboo is the fastest growing woody plant in the world, requiring less time to produce high yields.
Bamboo consumes large volumes of carbon dioxide and in return produces clean air for us to breath. Bamboo forests are so dense that they produce up to 30% more oxygen per hectare than trees and can sequester 12 tonnes of carbon dioxide from the air
Requires less energy to grow
Compared to similar trees and plants used to produce fibres, bamboo plantations require very little energy to maintain.
Unlike cotton, which can often lead to the degradation of the soil, bamboo can in a very short time reclaim land destroyed by overgrazing and overbuilding and in the process clean the soil of toxins
Bamboo’s high yield nature means that the same volume of material can be produced from under 10% of the land when compared to cotton
Bamboo requires no chemical fertilizers or pesticides to be added in the fields, helping prevent local ecological and environmental damage
Decreased Water Consumption
Bamboo is much less water intensive than cotton, causing less water pressure in areas which are typically prone to drought
Bamboo is a grass
Bamboo can be cut rather than uprooted when harvested, helping prevent soil erosion associated with the harvesting of cotton across the globe
Bamboo clothing is 100% biodegradable and will revert back to nature, leaving none of the chemicals in the ground associated with synthetic materials
Bamboo clothing prevents up to 97.5% of the sun's harmful UV rays.
Bamboo clothing is to cotton what cashmere is to wool, luxuriously soft to the touch.
Kind to skin
An organic and naturally smooth fibre means bamboo is perfect for allergy prone skin.
Bamboo fibres possess microscopic channels which aids the passage of moisture away from the skin.
Due to the hollow fibres and micro-channels, bamboo clothing is ultra-breathable, keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer.
Bamboo material and moisture wicking properties prevents bacteria growth and helps reduce odour.
You really must have a feel of this wonderful material to truly believe how soft it is.Button
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