Bamboo is a plant that consumes less water than other textile plants.
Bamboo forests absorb 35% more C02 than other forests. In addition, they do not require pesticides or insecticides. This plant produces the highest yield of fiber per hectare and is one of the most renewable plant resources.
The addition of cotton fiber to bamboo fibres means that the textile can withstand the washer and dryer. Cotton fibers mixed with bamboo fibres allow the fabric not to alter at temperatures of more than 40 degrees Celsius.
This product is designed by a Quebec company, but is manufactured in China.