A sustainable material made from natural plant fibres

Often compared to Linen, Hemp is also highly breathable, moisture absorbing, durable and quick-drying.
This keeps you feeling fresh; while the more you wear it, the softer it gets.

An alternative to synthetic fibres

The Japanese have used Hemp since ancient times, predominantly for rope and clothing. Today, each part of the plant continues to have a variety of uses: the bark of its stalks is still used for bell ropes at shrines, and for the cloth-thong of Japanese sandals, known as Geta, the seeds - said to be one of the most easily digestible forms of protein - are used in food and cosmetic products as well as lubricants, and the stem cores are used for both building materials and car interiors.