Bamboo Underwear – Bamboo clothing can refer to any type of clothing worn under clothing that is made from the pulp of bamboo plants.
The soft inner core of this plant reeds hard is the main ingredient used in the creation of this type of clothing. The virtues of this material include the ability to wick moisture away from the skin, its natural fungus intolerance, and its soft and silky texture.
The Bamboo Underwear is made of bamboo viscose. The leaves of the plant and the flexible inner core are treated in a series of dips and steaming producing a dough like material. The paste is then extruded and spun into fibers which can be used in the weaving of the fabric. These fibers are often combined with a small amount of organic cotton to increase the durability of the material. Cotton generally comprises less than 30% of the total fiber content of the mixtures.
A wide variety of sizes and styles are available in bamboo underwear. Women can choose between standard memories, bikini hipster, or straps, as well as t-shirts and camisoles tank top style. Men can also buy T-shirts or underwear boxer style, or a bamboo jockstrap when ordering an athletic distributor. This type of clothing must usually be ordered online or purchased from a specialty store.
This material is soft to the touch, like a blend of cashmere, silk or model. Promotes the flow of air between the fibers, which makes it naturally moisture absorption. Sweating is removed from the body and the air is caused to flow around and dry the skin. Besides bamboo underwear, these fibers are woven factory sheets, socks, shirts, T-shirts, pants and shorts. Some pieces of clothing for sports performance is entirely woven bamboo to help athletes maintain a lower body temperature during exercise.
The use of bamboo fiber for clothing is thought by environmentalists to have a positive impact on the Earth. Bamboo forests grow quickly and can reach maturity in a shorter period than many other types of wood, making it a popular choice for flooring and furniture materials, as well. Once established, this plant spreads outwards and do not require replanting after harvest. Unlike other materials used for the production of garments, such as cotton, bamboo forests do not need insecticides and herbicides to thrive, and do not contribute to ground water pollution and toxins such as local result.