Bamboo is a sustainable, fast-growing grass. The bamboo plant regenerates from its own roots and requires no fertilizer to grow in abundance, making this a sustainable resource.

Bamboo fabric is produced from a natural fibre, the bamboo plant. In order to create the textile from the bamboo fibre, the stalk is steemed to extract the interior soft pith and leaves. Once the bamboo pulp is reduced to a liquid it can be pressed through a nozzle into threads that can be spun into yarn and turned into eco-textiles.