Fabrics We Use: Bamboo
As its name would imply, bamboo fabric is produced from the moso bamboo and actually retains some of the plant’s organic antibacterial and hypoallergenic properties that are ideal for sensitive skin. Used in clothing, bamboo fabrics also benefit from natural moisture wicking, which prevents odor buildup and allows for longer wear between washings. And for those sunny days at the beach or long hikes in the mountains, clothing constructed from bamboo also helps reduce exposure to UV light and sunburn.
When compared with other fabrics, bamboo stands out for its rich sheen and soft, luxurious drape. Also unlike fully synthetic fibers, bamboo is biodegradable, does not require pesticides and uses fewer natural resources throughout its life cycle.