Our Fabrics and Fibers

As part of our commitment to sustainable practices, we make our products using only high-quality organic fabrics. We aim for transparency, making sure our customers know what goes on their skin and understand our vision. For that reason, we use organic fabrics without synthetic materials or harmful chemicals. Every seventytwo° product is safe for the environment, our laborers, the communities and, most importantly, you—our customer. It’s important to us that our customers feel as good wearing our products as we do making them.

Tencel -  This super soft textile is a type of rayon made from the wood pulp of Eucalyptus trees harvested in Austria, Australia, America and China. It’s low in toxicity and easily recycled to be used again.  

Lyocell - The fibers used to create Lyocell are broken down and woven, making for a firm but soft material that’s gentle on the skin. Plus, it’s temperature regulating and naturally antibacterial. 

Rayon from Bamboo - This natural fiber is made from the bamboo plant and is inherently hypoallergenic and safe for sensitive skins. Its moisture-wicking quality means it’s thermal-regulating so you’ll stay cooler and protected against odors.

Organic CottonThe hero product in sustainable fashion, organic cotton starts from untreated materials grown without pesticides or other toxic chemicals. The fabric isn’t just good for the environment, it’s also soft and feels cozy on the skin.

Spandex The secret sauce to your favorite garments is stretchy Spandex, making sure everything fits just right.