The Rise of Bamboo Fabric
A story of Innovation and Sustainability
Our two-year journey of Bamboo magic has taken this natural wonder to the next level through innovative techniques and sustainable practices.
Bamboo fabric is made of
Wicks moisture and enables ventilation.
50% Organic Cotton
Safe for sensitive skin as well as the environment
Exceptional elasticity enables great comfort.
Improving the Sustainability and Environmental Impact of our Fabrics
They say Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither was our 'Bamboo fabric'. We spent two years fine-tuning our processes and pushing the boundaries of what's possible, and now our fabric is synonymous with quality and innovation.
We take pride in our long-standing relationship with our trusted supplier of top-notch bamboo fibers, a partnership that has enabled us to consistently deliver exceptional quality for over two decades.
We took the path less traveled and created our own spinning method to combine organic cotton with bamboo fibres.
Conventional knitting went out the window and in came open width knitting, produced by state-of-the-art finer gauge German knitting machines.
Processing & Dyeing
We pass the Bamboo fabric through heat chambers twice to improve its shelf life, followed by a bamboo-suitable dyeing process done in German machines.
Soft & Comfortable
The softness and resulting comfort are the primary reasons why the bamboo fabric is increasingly gaining attention in the fashion world. The bamboo viscose is blended with organic cotton fibre and elastane and developed into yarn which in turn knitted into a fabric that is softer than cashmere.
By nature, bamboo fabric is more breathable. It can absorb moisture up to 3 times its own weight. This quality gives it the ability to wick sweat effectively. This characteristic is attributed to the humid environment in which the bamboo grows.
Due to its anti-bacterial properties, bamboo fabric prevents fungal and bacterial growth. This naturally makes the fabric odor-resistant, which isn’t the case with synthetic fabrics. Because they should be finished with chemicals to make them odor resistant.
The fact that bamboo fabric is anti-bacterial is a reason why bamboo-based apparels are perfect for those with sensitive skins and who are prone to allergies. The breathability of the fabric adds up to the benefits one can enjoy wearing bamboo-based apparel.
Bamboo fibers can regulate your body temperature, thanks to the warm and humid environment in which bamboo grows. The bamboo fabric keeps you cooler in warm and humid weather and warmer in cold conditions.
Natural UV Protection
Unlike other fibers that are chemically finished to give them the UPF, bamboo fibers are naturally resistant to UV rays. The fabric can block up to 98% of the sun’s UV rays. For this reason, the fabric is given a UPF rating of 50+.
Why does the earth breathe easier with bamboo fabric?
At every stage of evaluating bamboo fabric, we asked ourselves a crucial question: How sustainable is this process for the environment?
We're pleased to confirm that our bamboo fabric is produced in a way that minimizes harm to the planet.
By carefully selecting machinery and optimizing our processes, we've been able to reduce water and power consumption while maintaining quality.
We exclusively use ZLD (Zero Liquid Discharge) technology and adhere to ZDHC (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) standards.
Our dyes, chemicals, auxiliaries, and softeners are all approved by ZDHC. Additionally, we power our operations with renewable energy from windmills and solar farms.