Hemp. Natural Diverse Functional

05. 04. 2019

Hemp is one of the oldest utilitarian crops in the world. Its fibres were used to make ropes and sails for Columbus, paper for Gutenberg’s Bible and clothing for humans long before we even had calendars. After the 1950s, hemp sort of slipped into obscurity, but interest has grown steadily in recent years because there is virtually no other natural material that has such a positive ecological balance while still providing such outstanding functional qualities.

Hemp is one of the oldest utilitarian crops in the world. Its fibres were used to make ropes and sails for Columbus, paper for Gutenberg’s Bible and clothing for humans long before we even had calendars. After the 1950s, hemp sort of slipped into obscurity, but interest has grown steadily in recent years because there is virtually no other natural material that has such a positive ecological balance while still providing such outstanding functional qualities.

When we decided to add yet another natural material to our collection to accompany the likes of linen, merino wool and organic cotton, it was quickly clear to us that hemp is the one we needed. Its fibres inherently reduce sweat and odour, regulate moisture and repel dirt – an ideal combination for functional clothing. On top of that, hemp materials are extremely durable and tear-resistant, so they are perfectly suited to sports that require a bit of protection against abrasion.




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To ensure freedom of movement, we developed a pair of climbing / bouldering pants made of hemp combined with organically grown cotton and spandax. For the shirts we put together a mixture of hemp and recycled polyester for superb functionality. The material is breathable, quick-drying and of course anti-bacterial.

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