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Piado – An Eco-Friendly Men’s Underwear Brand Utilizing Bamboo
Piado is a men’s underwear brand that offers a collection of modern, comfortable products made from luxuriously soft, eco-friendly materials. Piado’s mission is to provide fashion savvy men’s underwear that adheres to socially responsible practices dedicated to young, environmentally conscious consumers.
Utilizing fabrics with better qualities and properties than other materials used in the market, Piado’s men’s underwear range is made from 94% bamboo, a natural fiber that is lighter, softer, cooler and more comfortable than cotton, according to the brand. To complement the bamboo fabric, Piado added 6% lycra to its range for added stretch, comfort and softness.
Piado offers two basic styles: briefs and boxer briefs. In addition to wearing Piado underwear throughout the day, the brand encourages consumers to wear its products to bed due to its softness.
Bamboo offers a longer lifespan than other materials while maintaining a lesser impact on the environment. Bamboo is exceptionally sustainable and the fastest growing plant on earth. Overall, bamboo helps reduce the carbon dioxide gases that contribute to global warming and does not require the use of pesticides for its growth.
Striving to prove that environmentally conscious underwear can also be fashionable, Piado offers a modern, distinct and sophisticated design to its men’s underwear range. The brand offers a collection of vibrant shades of red, orange, green and blue with contrast color piping on the contour pouch and leg openings.
All of Piado’s products are packaged in recycled paper and an attractive design intended to encourage customers to recycle.