Linen - a natural and eco-responsible fibre par excellence

Linen - a natural and eco-responsible fibre par excellence

Linen is a material that we particularly like at Aatise! When we launched our first collection, we were determined to offer good, innovative and eco-responsible alternative basics all year round.

A soft fibre that lets the skin breathe.

Linen wicks away sweat and thus reduces odour and moisture. Contrary to popular belief, its softness, even under extreme conditions, makes it pleasant to wear under all circumstances.

Undoubtedly the greatest virtue of linen! Its fibre will keep you cool in summer, and keep you warm in winter, allowing you to dress all year round in linen.

If you are prone to allergies, linen is for you! Its antimycotic effect protects your sensitive skin from daily aggressions.

Linen is a flexible fibre that is perfectly resistant to wear and tear over time. It does not pill or deform when washed.

A doubt? Think of Grandma's old sheets: they haven't worn out a bit!

At Aatise, we are committed to eco-design. This is why our t-shirts do not contain any synthetic fibres, which makes them compostable. Long live zero waste!

For the production of our T-shirts we do not use synthetic yarns, but old-fashioned cotton yarns. In addition, our dyes are Oekotex-certified to protect the health of your skin. It is the little details and the final touches that make the difference.

The raw material is European and is cultivated in northern France before being processed into linen yarn (safiline). Our partner workshop then carries out the knitting, finishing and ready-made work in its studio in Pau.

Did you say sustainable?

Linen is a durable fibre. In contrast to cotton, it protects the soil and resources of our planet: much less water, fewer pesticides and fewer chemicals, flax is a very environmentally friendly material!

The conversion of the plant stem into fibres is mechanical and does not require the use of solvents or water. It is also a local fibre, Europe is the world's leading flax producer!

In fact, the Northern region accounts for more than 70% of world production, thanks to crops ranging from Normandy to the Netherlands.

A local, virtuous resource with considerable social and economic advantages, as its production requires a large number of workers.

Our Linen Tops