Bamboo Fiber
Bamboo Fiber with low environmental impact

Bamboo Fiber
with low environmental impact

What is Bamboo Fiber?

It is a cellulosic fabric regenerated from the bamboo plant. It is a great perspective green fiber with outstanding biodegradable textile material, comparable to conventional glass fibers.

Why do we use it?

This material is an excellent sustainable material with a wide range of applications. This remarkable and versatile product offers an entirely eco-friendly solution to many of our modern needs.

At the same time, bamboo fiber is soft and comfortable against the skin, as it is naturally smooth and round even without any chemical treatment. This material has no sharp spurs to scratch against the skin. People who are allergic to other natural fibers like wool or hemp will usually experience no allergic reactions from wearing clothing made of bamboo fibers.

Where is made from?

Bamboo fiber fabric is 100% made of its pulp fiber. There are over 1,000 species of bamboo growing throughout the world. You can find wild bamboo growing mostly in China. Globally, bamboo covers approximately 49 million acres of the world's surface.

Our source of supply is China-based, and therefore all materials are traceable and duly certified.

At Rivta, this is how we transform the bamboo plants into our new bags:

At Rivta, this is how we transform the bamboo plants into our new bags

Certificates & Color swatches:

Please contact us if you need the corresponding certificates and color swatches.

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