HEMP and organics fibers can fuel the economy changing course from unsustainable solutions to multiproduct viable alternatives.
It’s an absolutely spectacular fabric for many apparel, and a variety of other things. Hemp delivers a number of advantages, both in terms of performance and sustainability, which will make us wonder why we’ve been using cotton this whole time.
Hemp was the first crop sewn into fabric 12,000 years ago. It’s a cultivated natural fiber with low impact on environment. It effortless grows organic with no use of pesticides or synthetic fertilizers.
No tree or plant species on earth has the commercial, economic, and environmental potential of hemp.
Our hemp is grown by traditional cultivation in northern China mountains, making an amazingly fine fiber.
“USING HEMP BLENDED WITH OTHER SUSTAINABLE FIBERS LIKE RECYCLED POLYESTER FROM PLASTIC BOTTLES AND ORGANIC COTTON HELPS TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF PESTICIDES AND CHEMICAL PROCESS THAT ARE HARMFUL FOR EARTH”
On the other side, cotton is a horrific fabric for the environment. Hemp is not only comfier, but it’s also better for everyone involved.
Cotton needs twice as much land than hemp.
Cotton needs 50% more water than hemp crops on the same amount of acres.
Cotton production tends to involve a ridiculous amount of pesticides, and those chemicals find their way into the water supply of developing countries, where the cotton is grown. Hemp doesn’t need any pesticides at all.
Cotton damages the land, whereas hemp enriches it. Rotating crops with hemp actually increases the yield of the accompanying crop.
Over 800 millions tons of plastic bottles end up in land fill each year. Recycling the PET from plastic bottles into fiber not only reduces landfill, it also causes far less air pollution than making new PET. Our recycled PET fiber is performance fiber: strong and durable, yet soft. It wicks away moisture and guarantees easy care.
Conventional cotton farms release more toxins into world’s water than any other crop grown.
Our cotton is organic; it grows without harmful chemicals.
Choosing organic over conventional cotton helps sustainable production!