Hemp uses 3 times less water than Cotton for its Production, with proven high material quality & resistance. Often confused with marijuana, hemp is a non-intoxicating variety of cannabis with only trace amounts of THC.
For the production of Hemp, Fabric fibers from the stem of the Cannabis Ruderallis plant are used (without the presence of THC or psychoactive substances), and processed to dissolve the gum. The fiber is then separated and transformed again. After treatment, the fibers are woven into long, thin threads that create the boardshorts. This process uses a very small amount of water.
Clothing made of hemp fabric lasts longer over time and is protected from ultraviolet rays. It also has a property called thermodynamics that makes it cool in summer and warm in winter.