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This collection features products from our line that incorporate sustainable fabrics or materials.
Primarily, we use hemp and bamboo as they are arguably the most environmentally friendly materials available.
Hemp requires less than half the amount of water as cotton in a growing season and provides a higher output. Traditional cotton farms use harmful pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers that leach into the local soil and damage the surrounding ecosystems. Conversely, hemp is naturally resistant to pests and weeds and replenishes the soil. . Hemp has an extremely broad growing zone and flourishes in otherwise barren landscapes. Additionally, it acts as a transition crop for farmers. Typically, a crop like cotton will deplete the soil and require an off or transition year to rejuvenate the earth. Hemp instead reinvigorates the earth allowing for better soil health and more efficient use of the land.While the environmental benefits of using hemp are many, it also offers superior durability and strength as a fabric..People often have a false assumption that hemp fabric is scratchy and uncomfortable.. While some hemp may have that characteristic, it can also be processed to be extremely soft, light and breathable similar to linen. This combination makes for a perfect fabric for hats, shirts, jackets, and more. We carefully source our hemp fabric to ensure both sustainable and comfortable fabrics for all our apparel. Whenever we can, we incorporate hemp into our designs and styles. This collection features our current offerings made with hemp fabric.
Bamboo has similar benefits and characteristics to hemp with the exception of a smaller growing zone. Like hemp, bamboo fibers can be used for a broad range of purposes from eating to fabrics to wood. Bamboo has the unique characteristic of having use as a wood or a textile. While it is technically considered a grass and thus not scientifically a wood, it shares the same characteristics and is often more durable than wood. Unlike tree wood, bamboo grows extremely fast creating far less stress on the local environment to produce.