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Choose sustainability. Choose hemp.

Choose sustainability. Choose hemp.

Hemp is our moral fibre

Hemp takes us back to working sustainably with ethical values and having circularity with our fabrics.
We believe everything that comes from nature should go back to nature, as you are a part of nature too.
Just like food, the ingredients in your clothes matter. Know what you wear and how it has been made.
You should care about what touches your skin like how we care about what touches the planets surface.

Hemp applications

Hemp applications

The beauty of hemp

Hemp is one of the strongest, most durable, naturally soft-fibres on this planet. Thanks to its natural heartiness, hemp doesn’t require any chemical pesticides or fertilisers, thereby making it safer for both farmers as well as the land it’s grown on. Amazingly it also returns 60-70% of the nutrients it takes from the soil. Hemp also requires a relatively small amount of land to cultivate.

Hemp & less

At Less, we partner with the best organic farmers to source only the finest hemp. Our mission is to make effortless mens shirts that are impeccably tailored and classic in design.

What makes us passionate about hemp is its irresistible textural finish and the ability to soften after each wear.

The making of hemp fabric

Hemp plants also have a clever, deep-root system that improves soil quality. This helps prevent soil erosion, removes toxins, and aerates the soil to the benefit of future crops.

Hemp fabric is made from the long strands of fibre that make up the stalk of the plant. These fibres are separated from the bark through a process called ‘retting’. The fibres are then spun together to produce a continuous thread that can be woven into a fine, linen-like fabric which gets used alone or blended with other fibres. Once spun into a yarn, hemp can be blended with other fibres to make it even softer. We love to combine it with organic cotton.

The beauty of hemp

Hemp is one of the strongest, most durable, naturally soft-fibres on this planet. Thanks to its natural heartiness, hemp doesn’t require any chemical pesticides or fertilisers, thereby making it safer for both farmers as well as the land it’s grown on. Amazingly it also returns 60-70% of the nutrients it takes from the soil. Hemp also requires a relatively small amount of land to cultivate.

Hemp & less

At Less, we partner with the best organic farmers to source only the finest hemp. Our mission is to make effortless mens shirts that are impeccably tailored and classic in design.

What makes us passionate about hemp is its irresistible textural finish and the ability to soften after each wear.

The making of hemp fabric

Hemp plants also have a clever, deep-root system that improves soil quality. This helps prevent soil erosion, removes toxins, and aerates the soil to the benefit of future crops.

Hemp fabric is made from the long strands of fibre that make up the stalk of the plant. These fibres are separated from the bark through a process called ‘retting’. The fibres are then spun together to produce a continuous thread that can be woven into a fine, linen-like fabric which gets used alone or blended with other fibres. Once spun into a yarn, hemp can be blended with other fibres to make it even softer. We love to combine it with organic cotton.