Sustainability and Natural FabricSustainability and Natural Fabric

BAMBOO PROPERTIES AS A FABRIC

THERMO – CONTROL

Millions of micro-gaps in the yarn make it highly breathable, helping you keep cooler in summer and warmer in winter.

INCREDIBLY SOFT

Bamboo is finer and softer than cotton, with a seamless and luxurious feel.

SENSITIVE

Being hyper allergenic, bamboo allows your skin to breathe and its anti-static properties mean it won’t cling to skin

ANTIBACTERIAL

Bamboo is anti-fungal and antibacterial keeping you fresh all day, every day. 

MOISTURE WICKING

Bamboo shunts water away from the skin keeping you dry and comfortable

UV PROTECTION

Bamboo cuts out 97.5% of harmful UV rays so it’s great for outdoor pursuit and travel

BAMBOO SUSTAINABILITY AS A PLANT 

No chemical pesticides or fertilizers – bamboo requires no agricultural chemicals to grow. In comparison, cotton is sprayed with pesticides more than any other crop which depletes nutrients in the soil and puts harmful chemicals into your cotton fabric.


Fast growth rate – some species of bamboo will grow as much as three feet (1 meter) per day! Labeled the fastest growing plant on earth, bamboo does not require replanting. When harvested, it will grow a new shoot as a result of its extensive root system and help protect soil from erosion.

Renewable resource – bamboo can be harvested in one to five years depending on the species. In comparison, hardwoods like oak trees take at least forty years before they can be harvested. According to World Wildlife Fund, 18.7 million acres of forests are lost to deforestation annually. As a substitute for hardwoods, bamboo offers a versatile solution to drastically reduce this number and protect our forests.  

Absorbs greenhouse gases – bamboo sequesters carbon dioxide from the environment and produces 35% more oxygen than its equivalent size of trees. Large-scale bamboo plantations can become effective “carbon sinks” or areas designed to reduce CO2 from the atmosphere.

Grows everywhere – bamboo is a tough and durable plant that can be grown throughout the world and thrives even in harsh conditions from low wetlands to higher elevations in the mountains. With over 1000 species, bamboo can be found in nearly every region in the world.

Economic development – bamboo production and manufacturing provides job opportunities in less developed countries that need social and economic sustainability. 

IS BAMBOO FABRIC SUSTAINABLE?

The process of converting bamboo into fabric requires a lot of chemicals that can be harmful to the environment if not disposed of and recycled properly.

That’s why we only work with manufacturers internationally certified so as to maintain the highest environmental manufacturing standards. 

Go to our Ethical Manufacturing section to learn more.