Fabrics from hemp and organic cotton are very suitable for apparel. Hemp doesn’t enclose much air and has relatively poor insulation properties. Fabrics with hemp feel fresh and cool, a distinct advantage for summer clothing. In addition hemp is highly absorbent, it takes up water rapidly and also releases it quickly. On hot days this helps in regulating the microclimate between body and clothing. Organic cotton is soft, comfortable and is affordable. Both fibers are well supported when worn directly on the skin.
Origin of the material
The hemp is grown in North China, the organic cotton is Indian. The fabric is knitted in China in a factory that is affiliated with the Fair Wear Foundation.
Hemp is a relatively easy to grow plant, which has hardly any natural enemies and does not need much water. The plant is therefore cultivated almost everywhere without using herbicides or insecticides.
Organic cotton is grown without the use of harmful pesticides or insecticides and without GMO. Organic agriculture takes care of the environment and truly represents the future.
Organic cotton and hemp have been blended in a high quality fabric that is both soft and luxurious and it will give you and your customers peace of mind when it comes to its environmental footprint.