Bamboo

What Is Bamboo Yarn? Bamboo yarn is made with bamboo grass. After harvest it distilled into cellulose and then spun into yarn. It’s a natural, non-animal sourced fibre which is considered an eco-friendly fabric. Bamboo yarn is very absorbent due to the micro-gaps in the bamboo fibre. The main benefit of bamboo products are their anti-bacterial abilities.

Why Bamboo Material Socks? Bamboo materials inhibit bacterial growth, while other fabrics like wool, may encourage bacterial growth. Bacteria mixed with sweat is what causes bodily odour on clothing. If you have allergies to wool or other types of yarn, you should not have problems if you are wearing bamboo. Bamboo is a plant-based fibre that has no risk of allergies. But: If you’re not using 100% bamboo yarn, check what the bamboo yarn is blended with, you may have an allergy to one of the other fibres.

What makes it so special? Versatile; it blends very well with other fibres. Breathable. Drapes well. Highly absorbent and very smooth. Does not trap body heat, relatively light and durable.



What is Viscose? What makes it so special?

Viscose is a fibre made from Bamboo cellulose. When it pertains to bamboo plants, it comes from the cellulose of the plant. This is making it a cellulosic fibre, like linen. The cellulose solution of Bamboo is used to spin the viscose fibre. There is a difference between synthetic and manufactured fibres, which makes a difference in their sustainability. Viscose fibre is a soft fibre commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shorts, coats, jackets, and other outerwear. Viscose is a fabric that is great to keep a professional style yet durable and warm for colder months. Viscose products are silky soft, stretchy and a great alternative to cotton for those who have irritation problems.