Lenpur: A Fabric That Lets Trees Hug You Back

by , 09/11/09   filed under: Eco-Textiles, Fabrictionary

Tree rings

Photo by Chad Miller

LENPUR \ˈlen-ˈpər\

n. 1 a: A fiber made from the pulp of sustainably cultivated white fir wood. b: Has an exceptionally soft weave that feels similar to cashmere. c: Used in clothing, underwear, socks, and home accessories, Lenpur is said to have thermoregulatory, odor-eliminating, and absorbent properties.

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One Response to “Lenpur: A Fabric That Lets Trees Hug You Back”

  1. bynature says:

    This is a great fabric. We especially love g=9.8 label.

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