+Ultra durable flax, hemp and TENCELTM Lyocell fibers
+Rolls up small
+Won't stink up your bag
+Effortlessly hangs from your pack with a hemp loop
+Dry off yourself and your 4-legged friends
+Clean your gear
+Cook indoors and outdoors
+Hang it as a changing curtain or window shade
+Protect your bum from the rough ground
+Layer it on for warmth
+Use it on the trails, in your vehicle and in your home
It’s time we make a change.
“Nearly every place researchers have looked, they’ve found microplastics, from the deepest recesses of the ocean to the vast open landscapes. ...on Everest...trekkers and mountaineers are likely most to blame.
Synthetic fabrics constantly shed trace amounts of fibers as they're worn.
One study found that a gram of synthetic clothing releases 400 microplastic fibers every 20 minutes of use, which could add up to a billion fibers a year for a coat weighing around two pounds.
The microplastics on Everest are largely made up of polyester, followed by acrylic, nylon, and polypropylene—materials all commonly used in outdoor gear. The plastics were also in greater concentration wherever humans most commonly camp.”
Freddie Wilkinson. “Microplastics found near Everest’s peak, highest ever detected in the world.” National Geographic Magazine. November 20, 2020
People + Planet First
From seed to fiber to fabric, we prioritize the health of the planet and the people behind our products.