SAVE THE WORLD

Movero treads lightly, Here's how.

Polyester.

Nylon.

Spandex.

Lycra.

No idea what they are? Maybe you’ve heard of Dri-FIT®, ClimaLite®, ClimaCool® or HeatGear®?

These are synthetic fabrics.

Are made by the oil industry, from some of the most toxic chemicals on the planet.

Synthetic fabrics are 100% plastic.

Bamboo.

Wool.

Silk.

Hemp.

These are natural fabrics.

Are made from raw materials created by nature, such as this bamboo forest here.

These fabrics don’t pollute the land or sea with plastic, and decompose once discarded.

We believe it's possible to build a healthier, happier world through endorphins and better decisions.

5 reasons why bamboo is better:

01/

It's the world's most sustainable crop It's the world's most sustainable crop

Fact:

Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on the planet and naturally regenerates when harvested.

02/

Here today, gone tomorrow Bamboo fibre is 100% biodegradable

Q. Where does your shirt go when you throw it away?

A. Into the earth.

Forever (if it's synthetic). Not for long (if it's bamboo). Bamboo fibre is 100% biodegradable.

03/

An acre of bamboo yields 10 times more fabric than cotton An acre of bamboo yields 10 times more fabric than cotton

04/

Anti-plastic Bamboo doesn’t put plastic into the ocean

Man-made fabrics don´t play well with the planet. Each time you wash your polyester shirt, plastic is released into the ocean where it's accumulating by the millions of tonnes. Microplastics are found in everything from marine life to our own bodies.

05/

We´re not leaving panda bears hungry We're not leaving panda bears hungry

There are over 1000 species of bamboo grass and the stuff that we use is not the same as the bamboo that panda bears like to eat. Ours is grown organically and doesn´t disturb the natural forestation and wildlife. Just ask OEKO-TEX, OCS and GOTS - they have been there and checked it out.

Why does it matter?

As the second-most common plastic in the world, synthetic fabrics are compounding the environmental problem on a catastrophic scale. Switching to natural fabrics will ensure there’s a world for us to move in, tomorrow.