Soy Fiber

Soy fiber is made from soybean protein. It is anti-bacterial and thermoregulatory.

Its great softness, its shiny and silky appearance and its virtues make it a fabric often used in the manufacture of high-end products. The great thing about some of these materials is that they come from the industry surplus ’.

Soybean fiber is a textile made from residues from the food industry which would normally be thrown away. The soy protein is liquefied and extruded into long fibers, which are then cut and used as a weaving thread. Because of its softness and lightness, soybean fiber is called “vegetable cashmere”.

Another advantage lies in its absorption capacity: ideal for wicking away perspiration and – a significant element – for using less dye when manufacturing the garment.

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