With extra 'padding' on the sole, using terry towel knit.Composition
76% Bamboo Viscose, 23% Polyamide, 1% ElastaneSize Giude
UK 8-11 / EU 42-46
UK 4-7 / EU 37-41Washing Guide
40 degrees, ideally do not tumble dry. You can simply put in with the usual wash. No special requirements.Moisture Wicking
Bamboo fabric is highly absorbent, 3-4 times more so than cotton, pulling moisture away from your body. This moisture then evaporates, keeping you more comfortable. Climate Control
Bamboo garments are highly breathable, so are cool in the heat, yet very warm in the cold because of their cellulosic structure, trapping warm air when required.Anti Bacterial
Bamboo fabric naturally disposes, and inhibits growth, of bacteria, which is what makes some other performance clothing smell. Best in class, according to feedback.Ultra Soft
Bamboo clothing is incredibly soft and comfortable because of its smooth microstructure. BAM is the first and still the softest bamboo clothing.Environmental info
Bamboo is 100% naturally grown, without needing any pesticides or fertilizers .
Bamboo fibre is 100% biodegradable.
As the fastest growing plant in the world, bamboo grows to its maximum height in about 3 months and reaches maturity in 3-4 years. It spreads rapidly across large areas. Because of this, bamboo is known to improve soil quality in degraded and eroded areas of land.
As a grass, bamboo is cut, not uprooted, also helping soil stability. Bamboo also can grow on hill slopes where nothing else is viable.
The yield (i.e. the amount of product) you get from an acre of bamboo is 10 times greater than the yeld you get from cotton. In an age where land use is under enourmous pressure this is huge.
The water requirement for bamboo is minute, mainly just from what falls. As opposed to cotton, whose water requirement per shirt's-worth is huge.
If organic clothing made from bamboo becomes popular, it means more bamboo plantations, which means more photosynthesis and less greenhouse gas. "The greatest challenge facing mankind" would get just a little easier.
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