Eco-friendly fabric made of beech tree

Everyone probably has encountered a Baskin fabric at least once in their lifetime. Baskin material is not only used in underwear, bathrobes, socks, and quality knits we commonly wear, but also widely used in household products such as tablecloths and towels. The fabric is used as a substitute of cotton for its cotton-like properties yet less shrinking and better resilience than cotton.

From this fabric which is completely made of pulp from beech trees, unlike rayon that uses various kinds of wood pulps as the ingredient, we discovered its potential in sportswear. It has great characteristics perfect for sportswear such as good moisture absorption, hygienic, and migration-free properties. Come experience the silky and soft caress of Baskin fabric with Mulawear.

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