Fabrics - Naturally From Nature
Lenzing™ Modal harvested from nature, end to end.
Lenzing™ Modal is produced in Austria and mainly composed of beech wood pulp that is made into cellulosic (or plant-based) fibers. The raw materials, the Beech wood trees, are harvested from both natural forests and sustainably managed plantations. The wood is reduced to fragments and chips that can be turned into usable pulp.
The fiber production uses a “closed-loop” process, which means the water and solvent used to transform wood pulp to a soft fiber is recycled back for re-use at a recovery rate of ninety-nine percent. In addition to the low environmental impact of the harvest and production process, the fibers are biodegradable and compostable, allowing them to eventually revert back to nature.
Lenzing™ Modal TOP-NOTCH Performance
Lenzing™ Modal Sustainability from the BOTTOM
Not all cellulosic textiles are sustainable (lookin’ at you, rayon and bamboo), but Lenzing Modal® is a sustainable cellulosic fiber from start to finish. Lenzing®, the Austrian company that’s revolutionizing sustainable fabrics by focusing on sustainable harvesting and clean manufacturing. The bulk of Lenzing Modal® comes from renewable beech trees which grow quickly, don’t rely on artificial irrigation, and actually propagate on their own.
Even better, Lenzing recovers and reuses 80% of solvents and makes them into non-toxic by-products like common cleaning products. Win, win. The finished product is a fabric that’s uber soft, long-lasting, and about 50% more water-absorbent than cotton. When blended, Lenzing Modal® adds a silky feel to our performance fabrics for a dreamy next to skin comfort – sans pesticides and harmful chemicals.