Their point is that biodegradable microfibers don’t matter. (Or rather don’t negatively impact us in this scenario.) Only the plastic or synthetic ones are of concern since it’ll be consumed within the aquatic ecosystem and eventually make its way back to us. My question is about the microfiber’s composition that is released when washing. Which may be different than the composition of the jeans themselves.
I’ve got a few nice long-sleeved linen shirts, and they’re great for doing work out in the sun. I got them once I realized that I was messing up my skin even with high SPF sunscreen. I forget the exact details, but something about the structure of the linen fiber apparently helps them stay cooler than a cotton garment, so a good long-sleeved line shirt makes for great summer wear.
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