Linen

sustainable fiber

Linen is a natural fiber which stems from the flax plant. It uses considerably fewer resources than cotton or polyester (such as water, energy, pesticides, insecticides, fertilizers).

Flax can grow in poor soil which is not used for food production. In some cases, it can even rehabilitate polluted soil. Flax plants also have a high rate of carbon absorption. 

For these reasons, we consider linen to be a sustainable material, even when it is not organically grown.

 

UP TO 2.1 TONS OF CO2 are absorbed per ton of flax cellulose produced
60% LESS WATER is required to grow flax compared to cotton