Snowboard Gear Made With Coconut Fibers Is Hyper Absorbent

Snowboard Gear Made With Coconut Fibers Is Hyper Absorbent
Retail

Homeschool has debuted a new product that is more successful than its man-made counterpart.

Lamya Hussain
  • 21 february 2012

Snowboarding company based in the Pacific Northwest, Homeschool outerwear is using Cocona technology, a natural element taken from discarded coconut shells. It is sustainable and helps in producing gear that is highly breathable. Cocona technology infuses activated carbon particles with fabric fibers to improve moister evaporation. This helps in boosting breathability and makes their product naturally odor resistant.

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