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Why Hemp Clothes

Sustainable Eco-Friendy Hemp Clothing

Introduction

Hemp is far from a new source for clothing. Known as the “miracle fibre,” hemp’s cellulose fibres have been used to make textiles for thousands of years. However, touting strength, durability, and softness, hemp apparel is now becoming increasingly popular as people discover its array of advantages.

We will cover the benefits of hemp clothing and textiles, some of which include their UV-protecting properties and water-conservation advantages.

Is hemp the future of the sustainable fashion industry? We believe so.

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Hemp Clothing Protects Against UV Light

Hemp protects your skin by naturally filtering UV light.

One of the most interesting and lesser-known qualities of hemp clothing – it has a high resistance to ultraviolet (UV) light, so even a thin layer of hemp fabric will keep your skin safe.

This means you can spend long hours outdoors while wearing long sleeve clothing made from this material and not have to worry about the sun’s UV rays making their way through. No matter whether dry or weight, hemp fabric touts natural sun protective qualities, shielding out 95-99% of harmful UVA and UVB rays of the sun that can damage the skin.

Hemp Clothing Is Thermodynamic

Another great quality of hemp fibre is its excellent breathable and insulation properties. You can’t always predict how the weather will be, but hemp clothing keeps you warm and lets your skin breathe freely at the same time, something very few natural materials can do.

One may think that because hemp clothing is strong and absorbent that it would be heavy. In reality, however, hemp clothing is extremely lightweight. Hemp fabric is also porous, meaning it’s more breathable than other fabrics used to make apparel. This makes organic hemp a top choice for hemp t-shirts, pants, and other daily-wear clothing items.

The porosity of hemp fibres, while beneficial for breathability, also means that there’s no uncomfortable heftiness to clothing made from the fibres. This makes hemp clothing an excellent choice for year-round flexibility and comfort. Hemp fabrics also air-dry quickly, an important benefit for those looking to avoid the use of a dryer.


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Hemp Is Super Durable

One of the strongest fibres to be found, hemp happens to be 4 times sturdier than cotton. So if you are someone who travels a lot, or if your work requires you to be outdoors all day and you want your garment to survive regular wear and tear, then hemp is the right choice for you. It can take a lot of damage and bear more weight.

The fabric can last a long time too, we’re talking decades, up to 20 or 30 years with proper care! While hemp will get softer overtime, the fibres won’t degrade.

All of this durability and Hemp is STILL up to a third lighter than its cotton counterparts!

Hemp Requires 1/5 Of The Water Needed To Grow Cotton

Do you know that you need around 2700 litres of water to grow one kilogram of cotton?

Yes, that’s a lot of water! The saddest part is, there are some areas that produce cotton but are now running out of fresh water because of cotton production.

In fact, few of these areas have seen desertification as well because of cotton production.

Hemp production doesn’t consume a lot of water, unlike cotton. It needs half the amount of water. Thus, it helps in tackling the scarcity of water.

It is a strong plant and grows quicker than cotton as well. Not just this, hemp can produce 200-250% more fiber within the same land when you compare it with cotton.

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