we love hemp, so do you:

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The fashion industry has an emissions problem:

Read the labels of the clothing you have in your wardrobe. Most of your clothes are probably made from cotton or polyester.

Almost 70% of the emissions in fashion come from the production of materials like cotton and polyester.

More than everything else (manufacturing, shipping, washing, waste) combined.

  • Carbon negative fabric

    For every hectare of hemp planted, 22 tonnes of CO2 are absorbed per year. That's more than trees, and more CO2 than it takes to produce and process the fabric. Seriously.

  • Cleans soil as it grows

    Cotton uses huge amounts of pesticides. Hemp doesn't need any - it actually improves soil structure and absorbs harmful toxins from soil. AKA farmer-friendly <3

  • Saves water

    Polyester is made from fossil fuels and requires huge amounts of water to process. Cotton is very water-thirsty too. But hemp can grow with very little water. It uses 80% less water than cotton.

Let's bring hemp back.

Hemp only makes up 0.22% of global fabric production. We want to increase that number.