Materials that Matter

Bamboo fabric is a natural fabric made from fibers of bamboo grass, which is extremely resilient and durable while feeling beautifully soft to the touch. It is more absorbent than cotton, very breathable, thermo-regulating, hypoallergenic, UV protective, and biodegradable!  It can be blended with cotton, hemp, or Lycra and is commonly used for socks and bed linens.
 One of the oldest textile fibers in the world, hemp is a versatile and durable fabric that only gets softer with every wash.  Hemp requires little water to grow, and almost no pesticides or fertilizers. Textiles made from hemp fibers are natural and biodegradable while having anti-fungal properties to assist with odor suppressing.
Lyocell, or Tencel, is a type of rayon fabric which consists of cellulose fibers made from dissolving pulp using an organic solvent spinning process. Lyocell is soft, absorbent, wrinkle-resistant, and very strong wet or dry. It is often blended with other fibers such as cotton, rayon, silk, polyester, wool, and linen.
Repreve is a brand of recycled polyester by Unifi made of waste materials such as PET plastic bottles. Recycled polyester, also called rPET, can be made from post-industrial waste or other post-consumer plastics such as discarded textiles or ocean waste.
Wool fabric is a natural fiber made from the fleece of sheep, goat, llama, or alpaca. Wool fabric may be knitted or woven.
Linen fabric is made using fibers from the flax plant. Linen fibers are stronger and more polished than cotton. Linen can be interwoven with synthetic fibers to prevent wrinkling.
Organic Cotton
Organic cotton is a natural fiber. It's bio-based, recyclable, and biodegradable. It's non-GMO and grown without pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. 
Viscose fabric is the European name from Rayon, a manmade fiber created from cellulose chemically extracted from trees. Viscose has a comfortable silk-like feel and absorbs moisture well. It is weaker in strength than cotton and is often used to make delicate, lighter clothing.