New bamboo fabric

Bamboo, a type of tropical grass, has an extensive rooting system that grows on average four to six new shoots a year. It naturally replenishing itself. It is also 100 per cent biodegradable, the most renewable resource on our planet, and provides an abundance of usable oxygen making it a crucial element in the balance between oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Bamboo fabric is similar to the softness of silk. Since the fibres are without chemical treatment, they are naturally smoother and rounder with no sharp spurs to irritate the skin, making bamboo fabric hypoallergenic and perfect for those who experience allergic reactions.

On that same note, bamboo is also antibacterial and antifungal. This is because bamboo possesses an anti-bacteria and bacteriostatic bio-agent called "Bamboo Kun", allowing it to naturally flourish and grow in the wild without the use of pesticides or fertilisers. This beneficial quality of the plant remains in its textile form, killing all bacteria and keeping the wearer a feeling fresher and odour free for longer. this makes the garment healthier and more hygienic. For more informations...

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- reduces the development of odors and keeps fresh and fragrant.
Highly absorbent
- keeps skin dry and helps transpiration.
Powerfully insulating
- it has a mildly thermoregulating function, thanks to the micro cavities present in the cross section, and is able to keep the wearer almost two degrees cooler in summer and noticeably warmer in winter.
- natural bamboo does not cause allergic reactions.
Antistatic - prevents the release of static electricity.
Sustainable - it is the most ecological fabric on the planet.
Washability - Like a normal garment, the bamboo fabric can be washed, using the gentle cycle and ironing it without steam.

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