Hemp. Simply Natural.

20. 04. 2020

Hemp is one of our favourite materials of this collection. Why? This natural fibre is sustainable and incredibly functional. Hemp plants grow quickly and nearly everywhere, they need far less water than standard cotton, and they don’t require pesticides.

Hemp is one of our favourite materials of this collection. Why? This natural fibre is sustainable and incredibly functional. Hemp plants grow quickly and nearly everywhere, they need far less water than standard cotton, and they don’t require pesticides.


Hemp is naturally temperature regulating, dirt repellent and extremely robust.



The hemp fibres naturally reduce odour and sweat; they regulate moisture well and dry fast; they have a cooling effect in the heat; they are tear-resistant, repel dirt, and they have anti-bacterial properties. For all of these reasons, this do-it-all fibre has been part of humanities everyday life for centuries. Clothing and ropes use to be made of hemp. Hemp was even used to make paper. It was only when artificial fibres were invented in recent decades that hemp was pushed out of our collective consciousness.






Together with other technical materials we utilize hemp in our functional activewear.



With the seemingly boundless opportunities that we have today to combine materials, hemp has once again become a very interesting option. After using it for the first-time last season in a number of our climbing and bouldering pieces, we decided to place even more focus on it in our developments for this new collection. We combined hemp with Organic Cotton, Recycled Polyester, Silk and Yak Wool. The Hemp Stretch and HempDry blends are now being used in highly functional clothing such as the long-sleeve bike shirt MürM. for men and the 3/4 sleeve shirt LüsaiM. for women. The Mountain Hemp and Urban Shell fabrics bring hemp to our urban outdoor lines.






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