Bio-Core Bamboo Fabric

biocore material chart


We at Gitch Sportswear had a vision to design an eco-friendly shirt that outperforms the top dry fit shirts available today in every single quality. What we stumbled upon was a revolutionary fabric made from rayon of the bamboo plant. It is natural without any chemical alterations, and blends the highest performance fabrics on the market today. After many attempts we were able to get the perfect blend and thickness of rayon from bamboo and elastic to create one of the thinnest high performance shirts possible.

Thermal Regulating

Ensure you stay cooler when it is warm and warmer when it is cool. They are extremely moisture wicking, as a cross-section of bamboo fiber reveals various micro-holes, which allows the bamboo material to have superior wicking capabilities. This allows our BioCore fabric to evaporate human sweat four times more rapidly than cotton.


The porous qualities of bamboo fiber accounts for its breathability. Our shirts resist clinging during hot weather or intense exercise.


Bamboo fabric contains a naturally occurring anti-microbial agent called Kun. It prevents bacteria from cultivating on it, which means it helps keep you odor-free naturally, without the use of chemical sprays.

Allergy Reduced

Bamboo’s organic and naturally smooth fiber properties are non-irritating to the skin, making it ideal for people with skin sensitivities or other allergies and dermatitis.

Naturally Soft

Bamboo apparel is softer than the softest cotton and it has a natural sheen like silk or cashmere, making this an ideal base layer and training shirt. Our BioCore shirts are some of the thinnest on the market today, making it extremely light and stretchy, allowing for extreme comfort, durability and ease of movement.

The naturally occurring qualities of bamboo fibers are ideal for extreme exercise conditions as this fabric keeps you cool, dry and odor-free naturally.

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