How it is started

It all starts with the harvesting of the mature Bamboo plants.
At that time, the bamboo stacks are between 2 and 4 years old.
Fun Fact- Bamboo is naturally resistant to pests and harmful insects. Unlike
other cultivated plants such as cotton, that require harmful pesticides to grow.

Only the shoots are harvested. The bamboo plants’ roots remain in the ground. An interesting thing is as the plant grows so rapidly, we can harvest bamboo for use in our clothing up to 6 times a year.

Isn’t that wonderful?

From forest to wardrobe

The bamboo yarn is combined with other materials such as cotton yarn. This
careful fusion of threads reinforces the fabric. The results in designing the most
comfortable clothing for you in which bamboo is by far the most important component.
This is how your clothes go through an amazing process to reach your wardrobe
and we make sure our clothes are more than just stitched fabrics.

Where it Started

Our bamboo clothing are executively designed in Canada and manufactured in China.

We design our clothing ourselves and therefore also have an influence on how sparingly we use our fabric. Only after finding the simplest form will, we
manufacture the products. Our suppliers make as many garments as possible from
a single piece of fabric to prevent the unnecessary disposal of leftover fabric and keep waste to a minimum