2018

Always popular with our testers, the natural properties of the bamboo fabric make it a great choice for the warmer weather.

Athletics Weekly

The BAM baselayer was nothing short of luxurious.

Cycle Traveller

Ever worked out in bamboo? Not only does the unique fabric feels super-soft on your skin, it’s breathable and ideal for keeping your cool when working up a sweat.

Fit & Well Magazine

Versatile enough to be worn all day every day, from the school run to the yoga studio, this sustainable bamboo activewear collection from BAM will move and breathe as you do.

Health & Wellbeing

These tops are perfect as base layers, since micro pockets of air in the fibres get trapped and warm up next to the skin. They wick away moisture from your skin so that as you sweat working on the plot in cold weather, you don’t get wet, cold and vulnerable to strains when you stop.

Smallholder Magazine

2017

They feel like a second skin.

Womens Running Magazine

An eco-friendly staple

Land Love Magazine

There’s a gentle stretch in the bamboo fabric and you get a super soft feel, as well moisture-wicking and antibacterial properties.

Womens Running Magazine

Luxury and comfort in a very small package.

Womens Running

Made of environmentally-sound
bamboo, this baselayer is trendy
enough to be a top layer too. It’s ideal
for travel as it packs small and doesn’t
need ironing.

World Of Cruising

To top it all, bamboo is a great crop for the environment: it is highly sustainable and becoming increasingly popular alternative to cotton. What’s not to love?

Yoga Magazine

Luxuriously soft against the skin, it is the natural properties of bamboo that results in the most comfortable, high performing and easy to wear range of yoga clothing you will find.

Yoga Magazine

2016

These base layers are warm, breathable and not at all sweaty. The fit is tight without being a compression fit and there’s no static when taking them off. They wash well – so far without bobbling – and dry fast if you just
rinse-and-wring them after a ride.

Ride Magazine

We’re big fans of BAM clothing here at Scotland Outdoors. Made from bamboo fibre, which is very sustainable, it has the feel of soft cotton, wicks away sweat and has antibacterial properties too.

Scotland Outdoors

The ubiquitous socks of last resort can in fact be the perfect gift – If they are made from bamboo fibres.

Hertz Life

We’d happily wear this all day as well as for running!

Trail Running Magazine

A comfy eco-friendly offering that feels super-soft against your skin.

Wanderlust

WHAM BAM!
Bamboo is the hot new fabric for winter warmth.

Daily Express

Yoga never felt or looked so good.

Yoga Magazine

In a blind test we would swear that this were a merino wool jersey. Performance-wise there’s a welcome elasticity to the fabric.

Outdoor Fitness

BAM’s clothing washed and dried well, it retained its shape very well and looks as good as new after several wear and wash cycles.

Athletics Weekly

It’s important to wear the right kit if you have sensitive skin. Consider wearing baselayers from bamboo.

Running Fitness

At the performance end of things check out the Bamboo brand BAM. The fibre does the wicking and the whole thing is comfortable and sustainable both in terms of the planet and the wearer, and doesn’t get smelly as with synthetic base layers.

Climb Magazine

This comfortable layer from Bamboo Clothing is ideal for running and general outdoor activity keeping you warm through winter months.

Running Fitness Magazine

2015

The National Eczema society says that “exercise dries out the skin through the loss of fluids, and the sodium in sweat can dehydrate the skin as well as sting and irritate it.” They recommend clothing made from bamboo as the best possible exercise gear.

Daily Telegraph

Bamboo cotton is formed from sustainable materials with antibacterial and heat-controlling properties. It does what your high-tech performance fabrics do, without the need for textile crosspollination.

Men's Health

The Bamboo technology allows these trunks to be worn in either warm or cold climates, while boasting breathability, and temperature-controlled moisture-wicking.

Men's Running UK

BAM have fine tuned their fabric formula to produce a whole host of sportswear from bamboo.

PT Magazine

Make like a superhero and save the world while you are working out with BAM’s range of organic sportswear made from bamboo.

Women's Fitness

2014

After a hard ride there is no better feeling than pulling on a fresh pair of socks. It doesn’t matter if the rest of you is filthy, pulling on a clean pair of socks will give you a psychological boost.

Cycling Weekly

These base layers are warm, breathable and not at all sweaty. The fit is tight without being a compression fit and there’s no static when taking them off. They wash well – so far without bobbling – and dry fast if you just
rinse-and-wring them after a ride.

Ride Magazine

We’re big fans of BAM clothing here at Scotland Outdoors. Made from bamboo fibre, which is very sustainable, it has the feel of soft cotton, wicks away sweat and has antibacterial properties too.

Scotland Outdoors

At the performance end of things check out the Bamboo brand BAM. The fibre does the wicking and the whole thing is comfortable and sustainable both in terms of the planet and the wearer, and doesn’t get smelly as with synthetic base layers.

Climb Magazine

This comfortable layer from Bamboo Clothing is ideal for running and general outdoor activity keeping you warm through winter months.

Running Fitness Magazine

2013

Unlike other natural materials such as
merino wool, which has many similar qualities, it doesn’t feel itchy next to the skin and has very little static. The eco credentials of bamboo clothing are impressive too!

Cycling Fitness

Bamboo fabric, like merino wool, is naturally anti-bacterial. But it has a smooth, more cotton-like feel so it’s a good option if you don’t want to go synthetic but can’t wear wool.

Mountain Biking UK

Socks can be a boring Christmas gift, but these aren’t! With extra support on the sole, they’re perfect for sports or everyday wear. So soft on your feet, odour resistant and eco friendly too. These are seriously super socks.

Welsh Country

Bamboo fibre in clothing is a technology that’s been around for a while but BAM do it better than most!

Urban Cyclist

It turns out clothing made from bamboo, one of the hardest-wearing woods, is incredibly soft and comfortable. Nature’s own version of dri-fit, bamboo clothing is ultra-absorbent and fast drying. It’s also environmentally friendly as the growth of bamboo is utterly sustainable.

Body Fit

2012

I’ve been abusing Bamboo’s zip neck baselayer for over a year now and it’s regularly my first choice of baselayer.

Adventure Travel

Bamboo is fast becoming a popular fibre for incorporating into performance base-layer clothing thanks to its natural anti-bacterial, UV-resistant and breathable properties – the soft material wicks away moisture, keeping wearers dry and helping to retain body heat or keep you cool.

Yachting World

Without question this BAM base layer is the most comfortable, soft and luxurious garment on test!

Outdoor Fitness