The performance of microfiber and better, but made from plants. Not oil.
Plastic microfibers from synthetic textiles (including microfiber) are the single greatest contributor to ocean microplastic pollution.
Recycling plastics into textiles.Sourcing climate-friendly plant fibers like hemp and TENCEL ™ Lyocell.
On current trend, the amount of plastic microfibers entering the ocean between 2015 and 2050, could accumulate to more than 22 million tons. Plastic microfibers contain carcinogenic and endocrine disrupting chemicals known to harm living organisms across the food chain.
Microplastic fibers also harbor and spread bacteria and viruses through ecosystems affecting even the most pristine corners of the planet.
The future of outdoor gear is here.
Power your adventures, with the climate-friendly plant fiber Travera towel!
Made of climate-friendly hemp and TENCELTM Lyocell, the Travera is both hyper-absorbent and incredibly fast drying.
Travera Bath Sheet
7.6 oz, 2 hemp hanging loops + one key/sunglass loop
Travera Travel Towel Duo
1 Bath Sheet + 1 Hand Towel
Save $12 when you opt for a duo!
Travera Hand Towel
1.9 oz, 1 hemp hanging loop
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Dimensions: 29” x 54”
Weight: 7.6 oz
55% Hemp + 45% TENCELTM Lyocell
2 x hemp hanging loops + mini sunglass/key loop
Packable (rolls to the size of an 18oz water bottle)
Dimensions: 17” x 22”
Weight: 1.9 oz
55% Hemp + 45% TENCELTM Lycocell
1 x hemp hanging loop
Packs down tiny
Very quick to dry
Durable yet biodegradable after a long adventure-filled life
Ethically made with responsibly sourced plant fibers
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX certified textile
Fiber to textile in a solar-powered mill
Made in the USA
55% Hemp + 45% TENCELTM Lyocell with cotton thread and cotton care label
Unbleached, undyed hemp hanging loops
Machine wash on cold with like colors .
Tumble dry low or hang to dry.
Avoid fabric softeners and dryer sheets as they may inhibit absorbency.
Water and pesticide intensive.
Even Organic cotton requires more water than hemp and TENCELTM Lyocell.
Not as absorbent per ounce of fiber.
Not naturally antimicrobial.
Slower to dry.
Hemp & TENCELTMLyocell
A perfect pair.
Hemp and TENCELTM Lyocell are highly complementary of each other and ideal for eco-conscious adventurers. TENCELTMLyocell offers instant softness while hemp wears in beautifully. Both are more durable and more absorbent than cotton and microfiber. What's more, they're very fast drying and naturally antimicrobial.
Designed with intention.
Bring in the memories, not the dirt.
Lava towels are tightly woven with long, smooth, naturally anti-static fibers so the sand, dirt and leaves remain in the outdoors instead of on your towel, on you, in your pack or in your home.
Easy to clean
Hemp and TENCELTM are very easy to care for. Simply machine wash your Lava towels in cold water, no hotter than 60 degrees F. Tumble dry on low heat or hang them to dry. To achieve maximum absorbency, avoid fabric softeners and dryer sheets.
Enjoy endless versatility
Throw your bath sheet over a table or on the ground for al fresco dining.
Hang up your bath sheet or wrap it around your body for a bit of privacy while you change clothing.
Hang up your bath sheet to block the sun from entering your campsite or your rig.
Wrap and tie your bath sheet around your waist.
Simply loop one corner of the hand towel through the hemp loop and you've got an instant bandana! Pour some cool water on it when you need an instant cooldown.
Keep the sweat and slip away with your new favorite workout accessory.
Perfect for holding a handful of snacks in your lap or as a quick and easy place napkin.
Adventurer Tested. Planet Approved.
Hemp and TENCELTMare durable, climate-friendly plant fibers.
Hemp requires as little as 3% of the water cotton requires to grow and is a carbon-sink plant capturing more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits.
TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers have gained a commendafble reputation for their environmentally responsible closed loop production process, which transforms sustainably sourced wood pulp into cellulosic fibers with high resource efficiency and low environmental impact. This solvent-spinning process recycles process water and reuses the solvent at a recovery rate of more than 99%.