Hemp, insulating and breathable padding

Cannabis Sativa is a plant which is cultivated mostly in temperate climate areas of Central Asia, Central America and in some European regions. The plant can reach a height of 5 meters and is cultivated to being used in the field of building constructions, in paper production and in the textile field.

For thousands of years hemp has been cultivated in the Middle East and in Asia for the following construction of strings in the naval sector. Also in Italy, it has been a long tradition to use hemp both in the shipbuilding industry with the construction of ropes and sales of the battle fleets, and in the domestic sector for the realization of tablecloths and bedding accessories.

The textile fiber of hemp is derived from the fibrous component of the stem. The fibers are hollow and hygroscopic and the combination of its properties makes it perfectly insulating and breathable, able to keep cool in summer and warm in winter.

It’s furthermore one of the most resistant fiber in nature, both to abrasion and tears and deformations. It’s a fiber that doesn’t conduct static electricity and does not irritate the skin as it’s hypoallergenic and able to keep away bacteria.


Thermal Regulation
Moisture Management
Washable up to 40°C

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