Eco Materials


Bamboo
Bamboos are some of the fastest growing plants in the world. Bamboo fabric is known for its softness and boasts strong absorbency and anti-microbial properties.

Hemp
Hemp is very environmentally friendly, as it requires few pesticides and no herbicides. It also grows quickly and requires less water than cotton.

Modal/Tencel
Modal and tencel are biodegradable fabrics made from wood pulp cellulose.

Organic Cotton
Organic cotton is cotton from non genetically modified plants that is to be grown without the use of any synthetic agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers or pesticides.

Reclaimed Materials
Recycled and reused materials such as gold, glass bottles, and salvaged vinyl from the restaurant seating industry.

Sorona Corn
Sorona Corn fabrics provide a carbon dioxide reduction of 30% while the Sorona manufacturing process reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 63%, compared to conventional nylon made from petroleum.  That’s because it is manufactured in a continuous process, which minimizes waste generation and processing inefficiencies. With superior dyeability, excellent washfastness and colorfastness, Sorona fibers make an excellent material for clothing. We love it for its exceptional durability, softness and built-in permanent stain and ultraviolet (UV) ray resistance! Did you know that clothing made from Sorona fibers can resist stretch and sag over time? Shirts made with Sorona fabric also dry fast because of its rapid drying capability.

Soy
Soy fabric is an environmentally friendly fiber made from tofu manufacturing waste. Soy protein is liquefied and then extruded into long, continuous fibers that are then cut and processed like any other spinning fiber. It's incredibly soft and feels similar to cashmere.