Hemp is a weed, literally, so it grows prolifically without pesticides. It produces more pulp per acre than trees or cotton, making it one of the most sustainable sources for textiles.
Hemp only needs 1/20th of the water than cotton uses to grow, and can predominanantly rely on being rain-fed.
Hemp is four times stronger than cotton, and It won't weaken when washed. It also retains colors vibrancy better than any other natural fabric. Hemp is luxiouriously soft, and gets silkier with each wash.
Our partner farmers practice fair trade and because hemp is harvested and processed by hand, its production is keeping people employed.
Not only is hemp biodegradable, hemp crops give back by returning nutrients to the soil and sequestering carbon dioxide. Cotton and other plants will deplete the soil.
Our fabric is produced in the Los Angeles reducing carbon footprint, and creating local jobs. Because everything ships domestically you can expect faster shipping times.