Recycled Polyester (rPET)

R-PET Fabric

Recycled Polyester, or rPET, is a sustainable thread material made from recycled plastic products, such as plastic bottles and discarded clothing.

This process significantly reduces the use of raw materials and the emissions of CO2 compared to the production of virgin polyester.

Utilizing rPET helps mitigate plastic waste, making it an eco-friendly choice for various textile applications.

For more information, you can explore resources from the Textile Exchange and Plastic Pollution Coalition.

TENCEL™

Tencel Fabric

TENCEL™ is a brand name for lyocell and modal fibers, which are derived from the cellulose found in wood pulp, primarily sourced from sustainably managed Eucalyptus and Beech trees. Unlike traditional silk, TENCEL™ fibers are plant-based, making them completely natural and biodegradable.

The resulting fabric is known for being exceptionally cool, soft, and strong, as well as being gentle on sensitive skin.
TENCEL™ is often referred to as an eco-friendly alternative to silk due to its sustainable production process and natural origin.

For more details, visit Lenzing Group and TENCEL™ Official.