Bamboo fiber is a raw material obtained from the stems of bamboo. Fibers for the textile processing industry are known only since the late 20th century. On the European market the yarn came up in 2007. These fibers are viscose fibers produced from bamboo wood. The fibers have a more pleasant feel than cotton. Fibers are more resistant to bacteria growth, by 60% comparing to cotton fibres. This is due to the content of a substance called "KUN".
Products made out of bamboo fibers are very pleasant to use, ensure optimum heat balance of the body, dry naturally and provide long-lasting fresh feeling.
Merino wool keeps the heat perfectly and helps to make the material more breathable. In addition, it has an excellent thermoregulatory function - it heats and cools exactly according to the actual needs of the human body. Merino wool contains lanolin, which has permanent antibacterial properties and thus prevents odor formation even during long-term wear. It is a natural material that excels in long life and is easy to maintain.