Pistol Lake developed an ultra-sustainable performance fabric called Eudae.
Imagine to travel with just one shirt and one pair of pants. This is what William Sulinski, founder of Pistol Lake is promissing. His company has developed a ultra-sustainable performance fabric called Eudae. It's made from recycled bottles and Eucalyptus tree pulp.
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Sulinski said: "Eudae is functional fabric that looks natural and allows you to travel the world with just a single backpack. It’s soft as silk, but rugged enough for any adventure, and it's the most breathable and moisture-wicking shirt I've ever owned."
He continues: "The Eudae fabric wicks sweat away, dries insanely quickly, and is super breathable, so you're comfortable in any climate. Tiny nanofibrils from the fibers of the Eucalyptus tree pulp make the fabric feel soft and smooth like silk, and yet sturdy enough for any adventure. Naturally antimicrobial Eucalyptus tree fibers kill odor but it is machine washable with normal settings and won't shrink."
Pistol Lake has just launched a line of clothes on Kickstarter that has already broken the funding goal within the first hours. The goal was to raise $20,000 to start producing the fabric. Backers have though already raised over $30,000.
The Pistol Lake Eudae clothes have neat details to store smartphones and hide passports. A Eudae T-Shirt sells for $55 in the Kickstarter campaign. The retail price after launch will be $75. The first Eudae clothes are planned to ship in October. Find out more on Kickstarter.
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Pistol Lake has launched on Kickstarter three years ago shirts that are made locally in Los Angeles.