Bamboo fibre is a highly water absorbent fabric (hygroscopic).

Bamboo fabric is cool in hot weather as it draws moisture away from the skin and is warm in cold conditions as it acts as a good insulator.

Antibacterial, biodegradable, breathable, absorbent , deodorising and soft of touch.

Bamboo fabric is considered an environmentally friendly material. Compared to its most similar textile of cotton, bamboo does not usually require pesticides or fertilisers and grows well without aid.


Bamboo fabrics will maintain their special qualities when washed in cold to warm water (up to 60 degrees Celsius) with a gentle detergent, free of bleach. You may want to use a gentle cycle and if necessary can be dried in clothes dryer on the cool setting.

Bamboo jerseys have an elasticity in them. If hung, the weight of the item may stretch and pull it down. You will eventually lose the shape of your garment. It is best to lay flat for air drying and to either hang folded carefully or fold flat for storage. Any creases fall out quickly once worn.